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AD VEKT1SEMENTS. 



11% inritt the attention of families irho tcish to burn Pare Coal, to the fol- 
lowing varieties tchich ire hare in Stock: 

Genuine Lykens Valley Franklin, 

Old Oonpanies Lehigh, 

Draper, Kohinoor, Excelsior, 
Eaven Eun, Locust Mountain, Shenandoah, 

Philadelphia, & Eeading Coal & Iron Company's 

Hard and Free Burning Coals. 

Purchasers may rely on having their Coal screened clean, and prompt delivery. 
WOOD, LIME, HAY AND CEMENT. 

E. G. BURNHAM & CO., 

Office, 75 State Street, - - Boston, Mass. 

WHARVES: 

221 Bridge Street, East Cambridge. 132 Charles St., Boston. 

East Chester Park, and 13 Mt. Washington Av., Boston. 

E. S. HAMLIN & CO., 

{Successor to Bosworth Sf Mlamlin. 

DEALERS IX 

Hard and Soft Coal and Wood, 

Wharves Nos. 254 & 256 Federal St., Boston. 

TELEPHONE HO. 1477. 

WM. A. HUNNEWELL &, CO., 

Dealers in 

COAL &c WOOD, 

WYMAN'S WHARF, 84 BRIDGE STREET, 

EAST CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 

OMlce in Boston. 79 State St. Hours from 12 to 1. Order box at Kidder, 
t'mbody A' C'o.'s, 113 Beronshire St., Boston. 

Wm. A. Hunnewell. David Proudfoot. 

CONNECTED BY TELEPHONE. 



ad ve rtiseme:nts. 



A. J. APPLEGATE, 

Watches, Clocks, & Jewelry, 

SILVER WARE, SPECTACLES & EYE GLASSES, 

NO. 571 MAIN ST., CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. 

Fine Watch and French Clock Repairing:. 

KIRCHNER & KEEFE, 

Bottlers oi Ptatf s Lager Beer, 

The Best Brands of — '■ 

Milwaukee, Cincinnati and New York Beer, 

Put up Specially for Family Use. 

Fine ALES and PORTER Bottled in a Superior Manner. 
428 CAMBRIDGE ST., CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. 



CAMBBIBG! BOX GOHPAffiK 

MANUFACTURERS OP 

WOODEN BOXES & CASES, 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. PRIXTED BOXES A SPECIALTY. 

Hideout's Block, State Street, CamMflport, Mass. 

GRANVILLE CHASE. WM. L. WHITNEY. 

DAVID W. LEWIS, 

NEW ENGLAND AGENT FOR 

Akron Sewer Pipe & Land Tile, 

ALSO DEALER IN 

PIBE BRICKS. 

Blocks, Oven Tiles, Kaolin, Fire Clay, Chimney Tops, Chimney Lining, Stone 
Vases and Cement. 

Yards: Harvard St., CambridgeportCat crossing of B. k A. R. R.)and rear 1365 Tremont St., Boston 

nosrojr office, so ■••.# ##;/* street. 



ADVERTISEMENTS, 5 



-^IChables fiivER Iron Works. K- 

KENDALL & ROBERTS, 

— Manufacturers of — 

STEAM BOILERS, GASOMETERS, SHIPS' TANKS, 

PLATE IRON WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, 

Stationary Marine and Mining Engines, Portable WMoisting Engines and 

General .Machinery. 

No. 72 to 92 Main Street, Cambridgeport, Mass. 

(NEAR WEST BOSTON BRIDGE.) 

GEORGE L. DAMON, 

MANUFACTCKER OF 








Bank Vaults, Doors, Etc. 

108 & 110 SUDBURY STREET, BOSTON. 

SAFE MANUFACTURER TO I . S. TREAS. DEPARTMENT. 

Ejtablisked .1. MP. 1944. Incorporated lss.t. 

GEO. 0. PAGE BOX CO., 

Manufacturers of 

Boxes and Packing Gases, 

BOXES PRINTED WHEN DESIRED. 

IKIIIISriDLI^a- WOOD FOR S-^LIE. 
3 to 13 Hampshire Street, near Broadway, 

?t e ^r^^. dent i CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. 

J. H. HOUGHTOKT, 

New England Agent for the 

Lifljerwood Mfg. Go's Hoisting Engines, 

STATIONARY AND PORTABLE ENGINES AND BOILERS. 

ATLAS ENGINE WORKS, PORTABLE ENGINES. PLAIN 

SLIDE VALVE AND AUTOMATIC CUT-OFF ENGINES 

AND BOILERS. 

66 CANAL STREET, AND 159 FRIEND STREET, 

Near Boston & Maine and Eastern Depots. BOSTON, MASS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



HOWARD F. PEAK, 

Slate, Tin, Copper & Gravel Roofer 

Jobbing Promptly Attended to. 

Slate Wharf at the foot of Charles River Street. Office, corner 
Charles River and Mt. Auburn St«. Order Bex at 5 Brattle Street, 

CAMBRIDGE, IMIASS. 

J. H. COON Ac CO., 

Masons, Contractors and Builders, 

MECHANICS' EXCHANGE, 35 HAWLEY ST., BOSTON. OFEICE, 17 PEMBERTON SQ., BOSTON. ' 

HOWARD COON. J. J. COON 



D. W. GAGE, 

157 NORTH AVENUE, 
Opp. Porter's Station. 

STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES, 

And Kitchen Furnishing Goods. 

at less than Boston Prices. Tin-Plate, Sheet Iron and 
Copper Worker; also, Plumbing, Tin Roofing 
and Gas Fitting. All kinds of Job- 
bing Promptly done. 

Agent for North Cambridge 
for MAG EM goods. 





Manufacturers of- 



Shade Rollers, Window Shades, Hollanfls & Upholsterers' Hardware. 

IMPORTERS OF 

KING'S FIRST QUALITX SCOTCH HOLLANDS. 

82, 84 AJ\D 86 HAWLEY STREET, - BOSTON, MASS, 

I eictoi y, 858 to 368 Main Street, 4 atttbt idgeporl, Ma**. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Rob't. D. Evans, Pies. & Gen. Man. Incorporated 1878. Oscar W. Paine. Treas. 

•AMERICAN RUBBER COMPANY 




Manufacturers of RUBBER GOODS. 

59 A- (it FRANKLIN STREET, BOSTON. 

FACTORIES AT CAMBRIDGE- 

BOSTON WOVEN HOSE CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 





r-Li 






MINING, MILL AND HYDRANT HOSE, 



SOLE MANUFACTURERS OE THE CKLEBRATED 



COTTON RUBBER-LINED "SPIRAL" GARDEN HOSE, 

220 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 



FACTORY, 171 BROADWAY CAMBRIDGEPORT. 



AD VE RTISEMEXTS. 



DEALER IN 



Window Shades, Draperies, 

WIRE SCREENS & WEATHER STRIPS. 

14 BROMFIELD STREET, BOSTON. 

HOLLAND SHADES CLEANSED AND FINISHED. 

NEW AND ELEGANT GOODS 

To be found at the Stores of 

AND 

Geo. Mi. BosTTirortli c*3 Oo„, 

PAPER HANGINGS, 

1100M MOULDINGS, CEILING DECORATIONS. 

Madras Lace, Curtain Poles, Drapery Poles, Windoiv Shades, Etc., Etc. 

•AT YMSMfV L.OW PRICES. WSPATrfO^ IJWITEMt. 

No. 181 Washington S t., Boston. 

Established 1780. 

FURNITURE. 




SHAW, APPLIN & CO., 

Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in 

Fine and Medium Parlor Furniture, 

SOFAS, LOUNGES, CHAIltS, ETC. 
Clinreli and Lodge Furniture Made to Order. 
Salesrooms, 27 Sudbury, and 09 and 71 Portland Streets. 

FACTORY Hi: I IH. I ST., EAST 4 .1.1111 Mi I It4. 1 

A. B. Shaw. Sumner Applin. 

JOSEPH HARTSHORN & CO., 

Practical Upholsterers, 

21 Charles Street, near Beacon St., Boston. 

Drapery Curtains and Shades made and put up. Furniture Up- 
holstered and Repaired. Carpets made, put down, taken up and 
cleaned. Mattresses made to ord r and re-made. Italian Awnings 
and Venetian Blinds to order. Shades and Laces Washed. All 
orders promptly executed in the best manner. 

Joseph Hartshorn. Frank P. Snyder. 



-Ae^snMA 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JOSEPH A. P. WHITNEY, 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

Furnaces, Ranges, Stoves 



AND 



KITCHEN FURNISHING GOODS. 

GOO MAITV STREET, C AMIBHIOGE POUT. 

EDWIN B. SMITH & CO., 

Importers and Dealers in 

PAPER ■ HAHQIHQS, 

DRAPERY, SHADE AND UPHOLSTERY 600DS. 

NO. 19 WEST STEEET, BOSTON, MASS. 




PAINE'S FURNITURE MANUFACTORY. 

48 Canal St. and 141 Friend St., opp. Boston & Maine Depot, 

BOSTON. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



20 ADVERT LSTCMENTS. 



ANDREWS, BARKER & BUNTON, 

WHOLESALE GROCERS, 



AND JOBBERS OF 



TEAS, COFFEES AND MOLASSES, 

Nos. 5 & 7 Commercial & 8 Commerce Sts., BOSTON. 

John A. Andrews. Thos. E. Barker. Win. A. Bunton. 



JJ 



"CUSHING PROCESS. 

PURE LIQUORS. 

Indorsed by over 1,000 °f tne Best Physicians in 
^NTew England. Druggists and Grocers have them. 

COMPANY'S OFFICES, 

212, 214, 216 HI6H ST., & 157 BROAD STREET, BOSTON. 

F. M. HOLMES, 

Wholesale Flour & Produce, 

40 & 42 COMMERCIAL STREET, BOSTON. 

HEADQUARTERS FOR THE 

SELF-RISING BROWN BREAD MIXTURE 

And other Productions of the 

GLEN MILLS CEREAL CO., OF BOSTON. 

JAMES HUTCHINSON, 

Arlisiic Floral Decorator, 

PLANTS, BOUQUETS, 
Wreaths, Crosses & Floral Designs, 

A Specialty. 
CUT FLOWERS, JtlOSSES A* FEMtJTS. 

?193 Tremont Street, - - BOSTON. 
3 Hancock Place, Cambridgeport. 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 1 



THOMAS DA1TA <& CO., 

Wholesale Grocers, 

Importers of Receivers ot 

TEAS & MOLASSES. American Milling Co/s PatentFlonr 

9 & 11 Commercial Street, BOSTON. 

RAYMOND & FOX, 

RETAIL GROCERS, 

179 TREMONT STREET, - - BOSTON. 

Knickerbocker Building:, near Boylrton St. 

Staple and Fancy GROCERIES, 

NOVELTIES AND SPECIALTIES. 

Goods Delivered Daily in Cambridge and Somerville. 

BEACON OIL COMPANY, 

(Succestora to Kidder, 1'anghait &' Co. 

^--~ — ^^ Manufacturers of 

<fJJf^X "Beacon Light" and "Beacon" Brands 




(Water White, High Test) (Standard) 
OF 

ILLUMINATING OIL 

Also, Gas Oil and Naphthas. 

:VO. 2G BROAD STREET, BOSTOX. 
A. A. VAUGIIAN, Trew. B. VAUGHAN, Pres. 

D. M. HAZEXT, 

Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in 

FINE CONFECTIONERY, 

Philadelphia Caramels and Chocolates a Specialty. 

Orders for Confectionery and Maple Syrup promptly 

attended to. 

No, 42 Elm Street, Gambridgeport, Mass, 



12 



ADVERT rSEMENTS. 




BERRY'S PAT. 




SWING HARNESS. 

Used for Fire Departments, Horse 
Railroads, Express Wagons, Hacks, 
Teams, etc., acknowledged to be 
superior to anything yet invented 
for strength, durability, quickness 
and simplicity. Can be made to fit- 
any size collar perfectly. The Berry 
Patent Haines and Hangers are now 
used in ninty of the largest cities 
and towns of th* United States and 
Canada, also in the United States 
Army. Write for Illustrated Cata- 
logue and Prices to 

GHAS. E. BERRY, 

72 Boylston Street, 

CAMBRIDGE, MASS, 



RICE, KENDALL & CO., 

PAPER DEALERS, 

And Importers of 

MANUFACTURERS' MATERIALS 

Agents for the 

AMERICAN "EXCELSIOR" FELTS, 

AND CRANE'S BOND PAPERS. 
Chromo, Lithographic and Superfine Papers. 

Sole .Veu> England Agent* for the Sale of JAPANESE! J%\€PM£IJYS 

*MJTM* ii.i.vnm;it< iiii.m s. 



91 FEDERAL STREET, 



BOSTON, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



13 




] 4 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



J. STACY READ, 

Real Estate, 

MORTGAGES & INSURANCE, 

COR. WATER AND WASHINGTON STS., - - BOSTON. 

Personal attention given to the Purchase, Sale and Leasing of Estates. 
Management of Estates a Specialty. 

JJ.M1S IE BOBEBTS &_ CO., 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 



New and Second-Hand Machinery Bought and Sold. 

Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers constantly on hand. Roberts 1 

Self-Oiling Box, the best in the World. 

Best Oak-Tanned Belting. 

118 MEERIMAC ST., BOSTON, MASS. 

ALEXANDER L. HAYES, 

t.alt •fstittant Examiner WT. S. Patent Office. 
Solicitor of 







95 Milk Street, Rooms 67 & 68, 

Patents Obtained and Trade-marks Registered in the United 

States and Foreign Countries, and all Branches of Patent 

Business Attended to. 

ELECTRICITY A. SPECIALTY. 

LIME AND CEMENT CONSTANTLY AFLOAT. 



TELEPHONE NO. 757. 



3D. BOBY &c CO., 

—DEALERS IN— 

Coal and Wood, F. 0. Norton's Cement, Rosendale Cement, Portland 

Cement, Eastern Lime, Beach Sand, Plaster, Eastern Brick, Fire 

Brick, Drain Pipe, Kaolin, &c, &c. 

WHARF, 280 CAUSEWAY STREET, BOSTON. 

N. CARIt. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 15 



Notary Public, Justice of the Peace, 

AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE AGENT, 

623 Main Street, GAMBRTDGEPORT. 

MONEY LOANED ON MORTGAGES of Real Estate and Personal Property. 

JOHN C. WATSON, 

Stock Broker, 

No. 70 Devonshire Street, 

BOSTON, - MASS. 

Massachusetts Mutual Fire Ins. Co., 

28 State Street, Room No. 15, BOSTON. 

CASH CAPITAL, $200,000. 

Insurance of Dwellings & Household Furniture only, 

AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE OR LIGHTNING. 

CIS MM »#|-1WI,.VW> TO POLICY HOLDERS. 

CHAS. B. CUMINGS, President. JOHN M. 00RBETT, Secretary 

CHAS. W. SEVER, Agent, 464 Harvard Street, CAMBRIDGE. 

JOHN C. SOLEY, 

Member Boston Stock Exchange. 

Stock f Bo Ho Broker 

Commission Orders Executed in New York and Boston. 

No. 13 Exchange St., Boston. 



16 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



AMEE BROTHERS, 

BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS 



Booksellers & Newsdealers. 



A CHOICE LINE OF 



Bote, Invitation Bote, Letter Iaepr, 

Correspondence, Visiting and Playing Cards, 

Pocket Books, Pocket Cutlery, Scissors, 

Thermometers, Gold Pens and Pencils, 

Photograph and Autograph Albums, 

AND 

ZDi^rniES for ibos. 

Ink, Ink Stands, Sponge Cups, Taper Weights, Ta- 
per Cutters, Tens and Ten Holders, StylograpTiie 
Tens, Newspapers, Magazines, Seaside and 
Franklin Square Libraries, and 



BLANK BOOKS OF ANY DESCRIPTION TO ORDER 

A SPECIALTY. 

ORDERS FOR SHEET MUSIC PROMPTLY FILLED. 

Monogram, Card and Crest Engraving, 




1885 



THE 




CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY, 



CONTAINING 



A GENERAL DIRECTORY OF THE RESIDENTS, 

CITY AND COUNTY REGISTER, BUSINESS 

DIRECTORY, A MAP, STATE CENSUS, 

&c, &c. 

No. XXXIV. 




W. A. GREENOUGH & CO., 

COMPILEES, PRINTERS and PUBLISHERS, 

BOWDOIN BUILDING, NO. 31 MILK STREET, BOSTON, 

5 HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE. 




FOR SALE BY 

AMEE BROS., 5 Harvard Square, CAMBRIDG-E, 
EDGAR F. HUNT & CO., 575 Main Street, CAMBRLDGEPORT 



PRICE, 



- $2.50 



Entered according to Act of Congress 

in the year 1885, by W. A. Greknough 

& Co., in the Office of the Librarian of 

Congress at Washington. 



$p— of 




] 8 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Mechanical Engineer, Solicitor of Patents, 

AND EXPERT IN PATENT SUITS. 

4© STATE STREET, UNION BLDO., ROOM 41, BOSTON. 

HARWELL & RICHARDSON, 

ARCHITECTS. 

68 Devonshire Street, Boston. 

Henry W. Hartwell. W. C. Richardson. 

VAN BRUNT & HOWE, 

ARCHITECTS! 

40 Devonshire Street, 

BOSTON. 

Mr. Van Brunt's Residence, 175 Brattle Street, 
CAMBRIDGE. 

"§ JOSEPH GOODNOW & CO., B 

^ Spruce, Canada, Eastern & Western Pine r~>. 

. Spruce & Bine Floor and Sheathing, » 

*•" =^ 

Kiln Dried Hard Pine Floor, Shingles, Clapboards, Laths, Etc. <=> 

^ 294 CAUSEWAY STREET. S 

pJ* Foot of Charlestown St., BOSTON. ^ 

W. A. GREENOUGH & CO., 

COMPILERS AND PUBLISHERS OF 

DIRECTORIES A.TVI> 1M^F»S, 

No. 31 Milk Street, BOSTON, MASS. 

ELJdEll LITTJ-EFIELD. JAMES E. HUNTRESS. 



INTRODUCTORY. 



Again we present our patrons and the public with a new edition of the 
Cambridge Directory. No. 34 of the regular series, for their use and ap- 
proval. We have spared no trouble or expense in the canvass and compil- 
ation of this issue of the work to make it in all respects as correct and re- 
liable as is possible for a work of this kind. 

The difficulty of compiling a city directory is seldom understood, and is 
not easily explained, dependent as we are upon local patronage, it is an ab- 
solute necessity that we have the support of the entire business community, 
who derive the largest portion of the benefit of such a work. 

A city directory contains a great amount of information concerning the 
public, religious, charitable, and private institutions of the city, which make 
it a valuable present record as well of an historical authority. 

Every person should have at their business place or residence, or both, a 
directory of the city from time to time as published, not only as a daily con- 
venience, but as a valuable record of local history. 

Orders for our directories come to us from distant parts of this and foreign 
countries, showing that their circulation is not limited to the cities they repre- 
sent. 

Persons consulting the directory are reminded of the importance of know- 
ing the precise spelling of a name before looking for it, as names pronounced 
the same are often spelled quite differently, and appear on different pages. 

A full directory of Harvard College, Professors and Students will be found 
on page 430 

For the support we receive from the business men of Cambridge, as well 
as the citizens who do business in Boston, we are under many obligations ; 
also to the officers of the various societies and institutions for information 
furnished us, we present our thanks. 

The following shows the increase in names over last year : 

Names in Directory, 1885 23,672 

1884 23,066 



Increase 606 

We remain, very respectfully. 

W. A. GREEXOUGH & CO., 
Boston, Jan. 1885. Compilers, Printers and Puhlishers. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 




OLIVER & ROWE, 



DEALERS IN 



Ranges & Parlor Stoves 



Stoves, Ranges and Furnaces 

lined and repaired. Tin and 

Copper Ware made to 

order. 

525 Main St., Cambridgeport. 

.til Goods Warranted, and Sold for 
Cash or on Installments. 



CAMBRIDGE COAL CO., 



—DEALERS IN— 



COAL aHd WOOD, 

168 MAIN STREET, (Bent's Wharf,) 
Cambridgeport, Mass, 

Geo. H. Bent, Supt. Wm. S. Hurst, Treas. 

_ A. WHITING WATRISS, 



Tin and Sheet Iron Worker. 

TIN ROOFING. Stove Linings and Grates. PARLOR & COOK 
STOVES. FURNACES REPAIRED. 

Hou.se I^^lrIlisl^iIlg , Goods. 
605 MAIN STREET, (CAMBRIDGEPORT. 

THOMAS SMITH, 

Horse Shoeing Establishment. 

No. 436 Main Street, 
Opp. Austin St., Cambridgeport. 

Owners directions 
strictly followed. 
JS^T The workmen 
are the most skillful 
in the country, and 
all work under the personal supervision of the subscriber. 

Suitable Treatment for Stumbling, Interfering, Over-reaching 

Speed-Cutting, Corns, Ouarter-Crack, and other CLARK'S PATEKT SHOE. 

defects of the feet. 





CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Abbreviations 55 

American Legion of Honor . 417 
Ancient Order of Hibernians. 417 

A. O. U. W 417 

Banks 410 to 412 

Bay State Fraternity 418 

Bridges 51 

Business Directory 349 

Business Directory of Pat- 
rons in other Cities 26 

Calendar 41 

Cambridge Public Library.. 401 

Cambridge Water Board 398 

Cemeteries 50 

Census of Massachusetts ... 449 

Churches 404 

City Government 397 

Clan Mack Intosh 420 

College Buildings. 50 

Corporations, 409 

County Officers and Courts. 446 

Episcopal Theol. School 443 

Fire Alarm Telegraph 400 

Fire Department 399 

General Directory 55 

Grand Army of the Republic. 418 

Halls, Buildings, etc 49 

Harvard College 429 

Harvard College Directory. 430 

Harugari 418 

Home Circle 419 

Independent Order of For- 
esters 419 

Index to Advertisements. ... 23 

Insurance Company 459 

Introductory 19 

Justices of the Peace 447 

Kindergarten Schools 403 

Knights of Golden Eagle... 420 

Knights of Honor 419 

Knights of St. John and 
Malta 419 



PAGE 
Knights and Ladies of Honor. 419 

Map 17 

Masonic 419 

M. C. O. of Foresters 420 

Miscellaneous Department. . 408 

Military Organizations 420 

Missions 408 

National American Asso 420 

Notaries Public 379, 447 

Number of Families, etc., in 

the United States 447 

Odd Fellows 415 

Order of Iron Hall 421 

Order of Iron Hall (Cor.).. 421 
Order of Scottish Clans . . . 421 
Order of United Fellowship. 421 
Order of United Friends... 421 

Police Department 398 

Post Offices 443 

Public Schools 401 

Railroad Stations 446 

Royal Arcanum 421 

Savings Banks 388, 411 

Societies 424 

Society for the Collegiate 

Instruction of Women 443 

Sons of St. George 422 

State Aggregate of Polls, 

Property, etc 452 

St. Mary's Parochial School. 402 
St. Thomas Aquinas College. 403 
Streets, Cts., Avenues, etc, 43 
Temperance Organizations.. 422 

Third District Court 399 

United Order of Golden 

Cross 424 

United Order of Pilgrim 

Fathers 424 

Ward Eoundaries 51 

Wharves 51 



22 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ESTABLISHED 1836. 




W. P. B. BROOKS & CO., 

151 HANOVER STREET, BOSTON. 

, Uarpetings, Ranges, Beilfling, &c. 

A Full Line of Housekeeping Goods. 
Lowest Prices. Easiest of Terms. 

W. P. B. Brooks. Alex. D. Damon. Fred D. Sperry. 

D. C. SMART, 

MANUFACTURERS OP 





Folding Clothes Horses, Ladders, 
PAINTERS AND MASONS TRUSSELS, ETC. 

582 MAIN STREET, CAMBMDGEPOflT, MASS. 

SAWIN'S 

Cambridge & Boston Express. 

OFFICES IN BOSTON, 

34 Court Square, 174 Washington, 105 
Arch, 75 Kilby and 76 Kingston St. 

OFFICE IN CAMBRIDGE, 

LYCEUM BLDG., HARVARD SQ. 




FINE GOODS FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR 

eason, which we offer at the very Lowest Pri< 
Discount for Cash Payments. 

LS. E. ELLIOT &_ 



For the ensuing season, which we offer at the very Lowest Prices, with a Liberal 
Discount for Cash Payments. 



Chambers, 419 Washington Street, 
BOSTON. 

CHAS. E. ELLIOT. E. E. KINGSLEY. 



IXDEX. 



23 



Index to Cambridge Advertisements. 



PAGE. 

Albeee Sumner 501 

Alger Alphens B 502 

Alger Edwin A 502 

Amee Bros 1G 

American Rubber Co 7 

Anderson Alfred 481 

Applegate A.J 4 

Appleton John H 502 

Arlow & Barnes 486 

Balcom Arthur W 492 

Barnes James 490 

Baumeister A 42 

B ane Enoch 54 

Becker Erank 492 

Bent George C 502 

Berry Churles E 12 

Bird H. & Co foot lines 

Blair Lafayette G 503 

Blevins J. J front cover 

Bliss William H 492 

Boston Woven Hose Co 7 

Bowker E. E 505 

Brock Bros 475 

Brown & Alger 502 

Buckley D. A 478 

Burnham Edward 15 

Burnham L. G. & Co 3 

Burrage F. E 504 

Cahill John 507 

Cambridge Box Co 4 

Cambridge Coal Co 20 

Cambridge Chronicle 419 

Cambridge Ice Co 

Cambridge Laundry 493 

Cambridge National Bank 410 

Cambridge News 478 

Cambridge Press 478 

Cambridge Rolling Mills.. back cover 

Cambridge Savings Bank 411 

Cambridge Tribune 479 

Cambridgeport National Bank. . 412 

Campbell Wm. & Co 483 

Charles River Iron Works 5 

Charles River National Bank. . . 410 

Chicago Market 480 

Childs C. C Mrs 490 

Citizens Mutual Insurance Co. . 2 

Clarke Herbert T 494 

Clark & Crawford 490 

Close George 476 

Cochrane Chemical Co 498 

Cohen Louis 490 

Coleman Bros 489 

Comee Dennis E 509 

Cox James 478 

Crimson Daily The 489 

Crocker J. W 475 

Croswell S. G 503 

Cushman Bros. & Co 6 



PAGE. 
Damon Safe & Iron Works Co. 210 

Davis Curtis & Co 40 

Davis Hervey 483 

Dee Bros front cover 

DeeP 480 & 4-4 

Delaney J 4.93 

Denison Arthur E 505 

Dexter D. Gilbert 479 

Dickson Wm 502 

Dow, Davis & Co 40 

Dudley Sanf ord H 500 

Dugan & Rutherford 493 

Durant Wm. B 503 

Emery Woodward 

Ensign H. & Co 487 

Eeeley M. A • • . 475 

Eirst National Bank 410 

Fish Frederick P 51 ) 5 

Eoss Benj. D 481 

Fresh Pond Ice Co 491 

Gage D. W 6 

Gale Geo. W front cover 

Gill John 477 

Gilmore & Eustis back cover 

Hall Wm. S 507 

Hammond & Pope • 500 

Hancock Chas. E 4.-2 

Hancock John 476 

Hannum Liander M 487 

Harding C. E 41 

Harvard Market Co 486 

Hastings W. B. ft Co 42 

Hawes G. H 480 

Hawkes Levi & Co 42 

Hayes Wm. A. 2d 502 

Hazen D. M 11 

Helgert Frederick 487 

Hennessy A. M 477 

Heron Wm. J 475 

Herrick Wm. A 503 

Hersum J R 489 

Higgins S. C 486 

Higgins W. H 

Hixon Wm. J 481 

Hollis W. H foot lines general 

directorv 

Holmes J. A. & Co 54 

Holt W. B 

Howe Archibald M 601 

Howe Moses G 504 

Howe & Putney 488 

Hunnewell Wm. A. & Co 3 

Hunt Edgar F. & Co opp. 185 

Hunt Freeman 

Hunt Samuel F opp. 185 

Hutchinson James 10 

Hyde Dana W. & Co 4-2 

Inman Square Hotel • • 490 

Ivers & Tucker 486 



24 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

James John K front cover 

Jones Arthur E 505 

Jones M. K. Miss 492 

Jewett Wm. E 505 

Jouett M. R. & Co opp. 184 

Kelley Joseph J 494 

Kemp Lysander & Sons 40 

Kendall Joshua 482 

Kendall & Roberts 5 

Kimball & Child 488 

Kirchner & Keefe 4 

Knights S. R. & Co back cover 

Lalley Thomas G 488 

Lainson John H • • • • 485 

Landerkin Llewellyn 486 

Leach H. W 506 

Lechmere National Bank 411 

Leuthy Antoine 476 

Leverett Geo. V 503 

Lewis D. W 4 

LockhartWm. L 484 

Lombard Herbert E 475 

Long John J 492 

Maitland James 509 

Mansion House 494 

Mason William & Son 224 

Marsden James 487 

Marshea James W 477 

Mass. Mut. Eire Ins. Co 15 

Maverick Oil Co 210 

McDaniel Samuel W 503 

McDonald E. H 494 

McEarland Bros 486 

Mclntire Chas. J 504 

McKelleget Richard J 507 

McLaughlin John 494 

McSorley Archibald • • • • 481 

McVeyJohn 477 

Middlesex Mut. Eire Ins. Co. . . 

front cover 

Miller Bros 477 

Moore C. A. & Co 476 

Moore Chas. & Co 493 

Morrill & Allen 54 

Moulton C. W. H. & Co 494 

Moynahan & Co 509 

Murphy Timothy 485 

Muzzey Henry W 505 

National City Bank of Cam- 
bridge 411 

Noera Joseph E 509 

Norris Albert & Co 481 

Norris & Merrill 488 

O'Brien P. & Son 

foot lines general directory 

Oliver & Rowe 20 

Olsson John E 484 

Osborn J. H 47 

Page George G. Box Co 5 

Parker Horatio G 501 

Peak Howard F 6 

Perkins George A 504 

Pevey G. A. A 504 

Phelan J. T 465 



PAGE. 

Pike J. S 482 

Place Charles 482 

Pleasant street market 494 

Porter Linn B 479 

Pratt A. B 493 

Rawson Iron Works 483 

Rawson & Morrison 483 

Read Chas. Coolidge 500 

Rice D. Webster 476 

Richardson Chas. W 490 

Richardson & Hale 500 

Ricker Geo. E. & Co 54 

Ross Ered W. & Co 477 

Russell C. T. & T. H 501 

Ryder & Davis 485 

Sanger Chester F 502 

Sawin's Cambridge & Boston Ex- 
press 22 

Sawyer Chas. A front cover 

Sawyer E. D. & Co 483 

Sawyer Howard M 485 

Sawyer J. S front cover 

Schlittler Melchor 494 

Scranton H. A 482 

Shaughnessy Daniel 490 

Shaw Applin & Co 8 

Short Brothers 490 

Smart D. C 22 

Smith Alexander 476 

Smith Geo. M 489 

Smith Thomas 20 

Squire John P. & Co 308 

Standard Turning Works back cover 

Stearns A. W 481 

Stickney N.N 485 

Staw L. Capt 482 

The Daily Crimson 489 

Thorndike S. Lothrop 505 

Thurston & Hall Biscuit Co 480 

Tracy M. F 481 

Valentine & Sails 485 

Wanless David 487 

Washington House 490 

Watriss A. Whiting 20 

Webster W. E 491 

Weitze Robert 493 

Wellington Austin C. Coal Co. 506 
Wellington Horatio & Co. front 

cover 
Wellington J. A. & Co. . back cover 

Wells Henry J 502 

Wheeler Wm. H 486 

White E. Y. foot lines general 

directory 

White M. P 503 

White Robert L 489 

Whitney Jos. A. P 9 

Whittemore Jos back cover 

Willard Chas. E back cover 

Winnett J. & Co back cover 

Winsor Market 41 

Wood Wm. H. &Co back cover 

Wright Geo. G front cover 

Wyman J. P., Jr 503 



INDEX. 



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Index to Boston Advertisements. 



PAGE. 

Albee Sumner 501 

Alger Alpheus B 502 

American Kubber Co 7 

Andrews Barker & Bunton 10 

Appleton John H 502 

Atwood David & Co 489 

Beacon Oil Co 11 

Bent George C 502 

Black J. W. &Co opp. 184 

Blair Lafayette G 503 

Boston Can Co 509 

Boston Lead Mnfg. Co 307 

Boston Wall Paper Co 8 

Boston Woven Hose Co 7 

Bosworth Geo. M. & Co 8 

Bride Wm. J 307 

Brooks W. P. B. & Co 22 

Brown W. F. & Co, 497 

Brown & Alger 502 

liurditt & Williams foot 

lines in general directory 

Burnham L. G. & Co 3 

Butcher Polish Co 507 

Butler, Dana & Dickson 502 

Cahill John 507 

Carter Josiah H 504 

Chapin G. T 499 

Charlestown Five Cents Savings 

Bank Charlestown 412 

Citizens Mutual Insurance Co. . 2 

Clapp David & Son 497 

Clarke & Ela back cover 

Cobb, Bates & Yerxa back cover 

Cochrane Chemical Co 498 

Coon J. H. & Co 6 

Corse Wm. A foot lines 

in business directory and 8 

Crosby S. S on map 

Croswell Simon G 503 

Curtis Lewis E side 

lines gen. directory 

Cushing Process Co., The 10 

' Cushman Bros. & Co 6 

Damon Safe and Iron Works 

Co 210 

Dana Thomas & Co 11 

Davis Curtis & Co 20 

Dee Bros front cover 

Denison Arthur E 505 

De unison Mnfg. Co back 

of book and 495 

Devereaux & Lindsey 210 

Dinan P 493 

Doe Hunnewell & Co front cover 

Dow, Davis & Co 40 

Dudley Sanf ord H 500 

Durant Wm. B 503 



PAGE 

Dyer, Taylor & Co on map 

Elliot Charles E. & Co 22 

Emery Woodward 505 

Fairbanks & Neale on map 

Fish Frederick P 505 

Foster Hiram T 496 

Fuller Seth W. & Holtzer 508 

Goldthwait Joel & Co. . . .back cover 

Goodnow Joseph & Co 18 

Gove Charles S. & Co 498 

Gray Hollis R 224 

Greenough W. A & Co 499 

Hale George H 499 

Hall William S 507 

Hamlin E. S. & Co 3 

Hammond & Pope 500 

llarrell Jesse 496 

Hartshorn J. & Co 8 

Hartwell ft Richardson 18 

Hastings W. B. & Co 42 

Hawkes Levi & Co 42 

Hayes Alexander L 14 

Hayes William A. 2nd 502 

Heirick William A 503 

Holmes F. M 10 

Houghton J. H. & Co 5 

Howe Archibald M 501 

Howe Moses G , 504 

Howe & Putney 488 

Hunnewell William A. & Co. .. 3 

Hunt Freeman 507 

Hutchinson James 10 

Jewell William E 505 

Jones Arthur E 505 

Knights S. R. & Co back cover 

Lamprell & Marble 507 

Leach H. W 506 

Leverett George V 503 

Lewis D. W 4 

Lombard N. C. 18 

Manchester Locomotive Works. 

opp. 349 

Martin James & Son 223 

Mass. Mutual Fire Ins. Co 15 

Maverick Oil Co 210 

McDaniel Samuel W 503 

Mclntire Charles J 504 

McKelleget Richard 507 

M'Cready Credit Register Co. . . 39 

Means W. G opp. 349 

Moore C. A. & Co 476 

Moseley T. E. & Co 508 

Mutual Protection Fire Ins. Co. 412 

Muzzey Henry W 505 

New England Malt Co 13 

Notman James opp. 184 

Otis James K 496 



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IXDEX. 



PAGE. 

Tage P. C •• 499 

Paine J. S bottom edge, and p. 9 

Parker Horatio G 501 

Perkins George A 504 

Pevey G. A. A 504 

Pratt W. W 8 

Rawson C. B 39 

Raymond & Fox • 11 

Read Charles Coolidge 500 

Head J. Stacey 14 

Head William & Sons 498 

Rice, Kendall & Co 12 

Richardson & Hale 500 

Roberts James H. & Co 14 

Robinson Aaron 499 

Robinson Charles W 2 

Robinson & Stephenson 497 

Roby D. & Co 14 

Rockwell & Churchill 496 

Russ W. H 496 

Russell C. T. & T. H 501 

Sanger Chester F 502 

Sawin's Camb. and Boston Ex. . 38 

Sawyer Howard M 485 

Schaffer C 224 

Shaw, Applin & Co 8 

Smith B. F. & Co back cover 



PAGE. 

Smith Edwin B. & Co 9 

Soley John C 15 

Squire John P. & Co 308 

Summers H 496 

The Butcher Polish Co opp. 185 

Thorndike S. Lothrop 505 

Thurston & Hall Biscuit Co. . . . 480 

Towne H on map 

Turner N. W. & Co opp. 185 

Van Brunt & Howe 18 

Vaupel Louis H. W., agent 498 

Warren Institution tor Savings. 412 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., 209 

Watson John C 15 

Wellington Austin C. Coal Co. . 506 
Wellington Horatio & Co . front cover 
Wellington J. A. & Co. ..back cover 

Wells Henrv J 502 

Whitcomb A. G 508 

White M. P 503 

Whittemore Joseph back cover 

Wiggin J. B. & Co opp. 185 

Wilcox David & Co 42 

Winnett J. & Co back cover 

Worcester A. & Sons 509 

Wright & Potter Printing Co. . . 497 
WymanJ. P., Jr 503 



Business Directory of Patrons in Boston and Vicinity. 



Ale, Porter, etc. 

Gove Charles S. & Co., 30 Canal, 

Boston (see p. 498) 
Fairbanks & Neale, Howard, Boston 

(see advt. on map) 

Annunciators. 

Fuller Seth W. & Holtzer, 22 Milk. 
Boston (see p. 509) 

Architects. 

Hartwell & Richardson, 68 Devon- 
shire, Boston (see p. 18) 

Van Brunt & Howe, 60 Devonshire, 
Boston (see p. 18) 

Artesian Wells. 

Smith B. F., 266 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see back cover) 

Artists 9 Materials. 

Wiggin J. B. & Co., 71 Sudbury, 
Boston (see opp. 185) 



Artists 9 Stretchers. 

Wiggin J. B. & Co., 71 Sudbury, 
Boston (see opp. 185) 

Auctioneers. 

Carter Josiah H., 31 State, room 5, 
Boston (see p. 504) 

Knights S. R. & Co., 226 Washing- 
ton, Boston (see back cover) 

Winnett J. & Co., 5 Tremont, Bos- 
ton (see back cover) 

Awning 8. 

Hartshorn Joseph & Co., 21 Charles 
Boston (see p. 8) 

Lamprell & Marble, 357 Commer- 
cial, Boston (see p. 507) 

Martin James & Son, 110, 112, and 
114 Commercial, Boston (see p. 
223) 

Bacon Carers. 

Howe & Putney, 28 F. H. market, 

Boston (see p. 488) 
Squire John P. & Co., 21 to 25 F.H, 

market, Boston (see p. 308) 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



27 



Bakers. 

Curtis L. C, 155 Washington ave., 
Chelsea (see side lines in general 
directory) 

Thurston & Hall Biscuit Co., 2 
Chatham row, Boston (see p, 480) 

Bale Ties. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (sec p. 209) 

Barb Fencing. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see y. 209) 

Bell Hanger. 

Fuller Seth W. & Holtzer, 22 Milk, 

Boston (see p. 508) 
Summers H., 38 Charles, Boston 

(see p. 496) 

Belting. 

Roberts James H. & Co., 118 Merri- 
mac, Boston (see p. 14) 

Boiler Setter. 

Leach H. W., 39 Wendell, c. Oliver 
Boston (see p. 506) 

Boilers. 

Houghton J. H., GG Canal, Boston 

see p. 5) 
Roberts James H. & Co. (118 Merri- 

mac, Boston (see p. 14) 

Bone {p repaired.) 

Dow, Davis & Co., 13 & 14 Chatham, 
Boston (seep. 40) 

Boqaets. 

Hutchinson James, 193 Tremont, 
Boston (see p. 10) 

Bookbinders. 

Foster Hiram T., 25 Arch, Boston 

(sea p. 496) 
Russ W. H., 4 Alden, Boston (see 

p. 496) 

Boots and Shoes. 

Moseley T. E. & Co., 469 Washing- 
ton, Boston (see p. 508) 

Bottlers. 

Cushing Process Co. The, 214 High, 
Boston (see p. 10) 

Gove Charles & Co., 30 Canal, Bos- 
ton (see p. 498) 



Fairbanks & Neale, Howard, Boston 
(see advt. on map) 

Box Makers. 

Otis James K. (Galvanic, Medical 
and Instruments), 38 Chardon, 
Boston (see p. 496) 

Builders an I Con- 
tractors. 

Coon J. H. & Co., 17 Pemberton sq. 
Boston (see p. 6) 

Braziers 9 Bods. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 209) 

Bread (Home made.) 

Curtis L. E., 155 Wash, av., Chslsea 
(seh side lines in gen. directory) 

Brewers. 

N. E. Malt Co., 209 Wash., Boston 
(see p. 13) 

Broker (Beal Estate 
and Mortgage.) 

Carter Josiah H., 31 State, room 5 
(see p. 504) 

Broker {Stock.) 

Soley John C, 13 Exchaoge, Boston 

(see p. 15) 
Watson John C, 70 Devonshire, 

Boston (see p. 15) 

Broom Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 209) 

Brush Mnfrs. 

Worcester A. & Sons, 27 and 29 
Exchange, Boston (see p. 509) 

Burglar Alarms. 

Fuller Seth W. & Holtzer, 22 Milk, 
Boston (see page 508) 

Butter 9 Cheese and 
Eggs. 

Chapin George T., 12 & 13 Black- 
stone market Boston (see page 
499) 

Can Manufacturers. 

Boston Can Co., 126 Milk, Boston 
(see page 509) 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



Card Wire. 

"Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass, (see page 209) 

Carpets. 

Brooks W. P. B., & Co., 9 Marshall, 
114 Blackstone and 151 Hanover, 
Boston (see page 22) 

Goldthwait Joel & Co., 169 Wash- 
ington, Boston (see back cover) 

Ceiling Decorations. 

Robinson Charles W., 406 Wash- 
ington, Boston (see page 2) 

Chemical Manufac- 
turers. 

Cochrane Chemical Co., 55 Kilby, 
Boston (see page 498) 

Clothes Cleaners and 
Hepairers. 

Harrell Jesse, 7 Alden, Boston (see 
page 496) 

Clothes Line Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see page 209 

Clothing. 

Devereaux & Lindsey, 367 Wash- 
ington, Boston (see page 210) 

Coal and Wood. 

BurnhamL. G. &. Co., 132 Charles, 
East Chester Park and 13 Mt. 
Washington av., office, 75 State, 
Boston (see page 3) 

Hamlin E. S. & Co., 256 Federal, 
Boston (see page 3) 

Hunnewell Wm. A. & Co., 79 State, 
order box, 113 Devonshire, Boston 
(see page 3) 

Roby D. & Co., 280 Causeway, Bos- 
ton (see page 14) 

Wellington Austin C, Coal Co, 17 
Congress, and 438 Federal, Bos- 
ton (see page 506) 

Wellington Horatio & Co., 11 Kilby, 
Boston (see front cover) 

Wellington J. A. & Co., 68 Water, 
Boston (see back cover) 

Collectors. 

M. Cready, Credit Reg. Co., 52 So. 
Market, Boston (see page 39) 



Commissioners of 
Deeds. 

Albee Sumner, 30 Court, Boston (see 

page 501) 
Brown & Alger, 23 Court, Boston 

(see page 502) 

Confectionery. 

Moore J. H. & Co., 37 Union, Boston 
(see page 476) 

Contractors. 

Coon J. H. & Co.. 17Pemberton sq., 

Boston (see page 6) 
Leach H. W., 39 Wendell, c. Oliver, 

Boston (see page 506) 

Conveyancer. 

Carter Josiah H., 31 State, room 5 
(see page 504^ 

Corset Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co. Wor- 
cester, Mass, (see page 209) 

Curtin Poles, Mings 9 
and Ends. 

Rawson C. B., West Boylston, Wor- 
cester (see page 39) 

Cotton {Absorbent.) 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Bos- 
ton (see back of book and page 
495) 

Cotton Duck. 

Lamprell & Marble, 357 Commercial, 

Boston (see page 507) 
Martin James & Son, 110, 112, and 

114 Commercial, Boston (see page 

223) 

Curtains and Fixtures, 

Pratt W. W., 14 Bromfield (see 

page 8) 
Smith Edwin B. & Co., 19 West (see 

page 9) 

Decorations (Ceiling). 

Corse W. A., 181 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see foot lines in business di- 
tectory) 

Crinoline Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co. , Wor- 
cester, Mass (see page 209) 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



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Desks. 

Gray Hollis R. , 38 and 40 Washing- 
ton, Boston (see page 224) 

Paine J. S., 48 Canal, Boston (see 
outside edge and page 9) 

Directory Publishers. 

Greenough W. A. & Co., 31 Milk, 
room 42, Boston (see page 499) 

Drain Pipe. 

Lewis David W., 80 Water, Boston 
(see page 4) 

Draperies. 

Pratt W. W., 14 Bromfield, Boston 
(see page 8) 

Smith Edwin B & Co., 19 West, Bos- 
ton (see page 9) 

Draughtsman. 

Lombard N. C, 40 State, Boston 
(see page 18) 

Driven Wells. 

Smith B. F., 266 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see back cover) 

Electric Bells. 

Fuller Seth W. & Holtzer, 22 Milk 
Boston (see page 508) 

Electric Gas Lighting. 

Fuller Seth W. & Holtzer, 22 Milk 
Boston (see page 508) 

Electricians. 

Fuller Seth W. & Holtzer, 22 Milk, 
Boston (see page 508) 

Electrotypers. 

Robinson & Stephenson, 91 Oliver 
Boston (see page 497) 

Engines. 

Houghton J. H., 66 Canal, Boston 

(see page 5) 
Roberts J. H. & Co., 118 Merrimac, 

Boston (see page 14) 

Engravers. 

Robinson & Stephenson, 91 Oliver, 
Boston (^see page 497) 

Expresses. 

Sawin Moses M., 34 Court sq., 174 
Washington, 75 Kilby, 105 Arch 
and 48 Kingston, Boston (see page 
38) 



Feather Dusters. 

Worcester A. & Sons, 27 and 29 Ex- 
change, Boston (see page 509) 

Felt Hat Mnfr. 

Wilcox David, 8 Boylston Sq., Bos- 
ton (see p. 42) 

Fence Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 209) 

Fertilizers. 

Dow, Davis & Co., 13 and 14 Chath- 
am, Boston (see p. 40) 

Squire John P. & Co., stalls 21, 23, 
and 25 F. H. Market, and 39 No. 
Market, Boston (see p. 308) 

Fire Bricks. 

Leiws David W., 80 Water, Boston 

(see p. 4) 

Fire Hose. 

Boston Woven Hose Co., 220 Dev- 
onshire, Boston (see p. 7) 

Fishing Bods and 
Tackle. 

Read Wm. & Sons, 107 Washington, 
Boston (see p. 498) 

Flags. 

Lamprell & Marble, 357 Com'l, Bos- 
ton (see p. 507) 

Martin James & Son, 110, 112, and 
114 Com'l, Boston (see p. 223) 

Flooring (Barquet.) 

The Butcher Polish Co.. 171 Trem- 
ont, Boston (see p. 507) 

Floor Bolish. 

The Butcher Polish Co., 171 Trem- 
ont, Boston (see p. 507) 

Florists and Seedsmen. 

Dee Bros., 104 Tremont, Boston (see 

front cover) 
Hutchinson James, 193 Tremont, 

Boston (see p. 10) 

Flour. 

Holmes F. M., 42 Com'l Boston 
(see p. 10) 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



Furniture. 

Brooks W. P. B., 9 Marshall, 151 

Hanover, and 114 Blackstone,iBos- 

ton (see p. 22) 
Doe, Hunnewell & Co., 577 Wash., 

Boston (see front cover) 
Gray Hollis R., 38 and 40 Wash., 

Boston (see p. 224) 
Paine J. S., 48 Canal, Boston (see 

outside margin of book and page 

9) 
Shaw, Applin & Co., 27 Sudbury, 
and 69 and 71 Portland, Boston 
(see page 8) 

Furniture Spring 
Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see 209) 

Furriers. 

Dyer Taylor & Co., 30 to 40 Chaun- 
cy, Boston (see on map) 

Schaffer Conrad, 14 Bromfield, Bos- 
ton (ses p. 224) 

Furs. 

Schaffer C, 14 Bromfield, Boston 
(see p. 224) 

Furs and Hobes. 

Dyer, Taylor & Co. , 40 to 40 Chaun- 
cy, Boston (see on map) 

Galvanic Cases. 

Otis James K., 39 Chardon, Boston 
^see p. 496) 

Galvanized Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co. , Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 209) 

Games (Mnfrs.) 

Rawson C. B., WestBoylston, Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 39) 

Garden Hose. 

Boston Woven Hose Co., 220 Dev- 
onshire, Boston (see p. 7) 

Gas Fixtures. 

Turner N. W. & Co., 27 and 29 
Bromfield, Boston (see opp. 185) 

Gas Lighting. 

Fuller Seth W. & Holtzer, 22 Milk, 
Boston(see p. 508) 



Gilders. 

Wiggin J. B. & Co., 71 Sudbury, 
Boston (see opp. 185) 

Graham Flour. 

Holmes F. M., 42 Com'l, Boston 
(see p. 10) 

Gravel Roofers. 

Dinan P. , 82£ Leverett, Boston (see 
p. 493) 

Greenhouses. 

Dee Bros., 104 Tremont, Boston 

(see front cover) 
Hutchinson James, 193 Tremont, 

Boston (see p. 10) 

Grocers. 

Andrew, Barker & Bunton, 5 and 7 
Com'l, Boston (see p. 10) 

Cobb, Bates & Yerxa, 686 to 692 
Washington, and 3 Bowdoin Sq. , 
Boston (see back cover) 

Raymond & Fox, 179 Tremont, Bos- 
ton (see p. 11) 

Guns and Pistols. 

Read Wm. & Sons, 107 Washington, 
Boston (see p. 498) 

Handles (Mnfrs.) 

Rawson C. B., WestBoylston, Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 39) 

Hardware and Cut- 
lery. 

Burditt & Williams, 20 Dock Sq., 
Boston (see foot lines in general 
directory) 

Hat Mnfr. 

Wilcox David, 8 Boylston Sq. •Bos- 
ton (see p. 42) 

Hats, Caps, and Furs 

(Fur.) 

Dyer, Taylor & Co., 30 to40Chaun- 
cy, Boston (see advt. on map) 

Schaffer C, 14 Bromfield, Boston 
(see p. 224) 

Hay Bale Ties. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 209) 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



31 



Hay and Straw. 

Burnham L. G. & Co., 132 Charles, 
and East Chester Park, office, 75 
State, Boston (see p. 3) 

Hogs, Live and 
Dressed. 

Squire John P. & Co., 21, 23, and 25 
F. H. Market, and 39 North Mar- 
ket, Boston (see page 308) 

Horse and Cattle Food. 

Dow, Davis & Co., 13 and 14 Chath- 
am, Boston (see p. 40) 

Horse and Wagon 
Covers. 

Sawyer Howard M., 153 Milk, Bos- 
ton (see p. 485) 

Hose (Cotton Mubber 
Lined.) 

Boston Woven Hose Co., 220 Dev- 
onshire, Boston (see p. 7) 

Insurance Agents. 

Carter Josiah H., 31 State, room 5, 
Boston (see page 504) 

Clarke & Ela, 27 Congress, Boston 
(see back cover) 

Hastings W. B & Co. , 7 Exchange 
place, Boston (see page 42) 

Read J. Stacey, 2G6 Washington, 
Boston (see page 14) 

Whittemore Joseph, 42 Congress 
(see back cover) 

Winnett J. & Co., 5 Tremont, Bos- 
ton (see back cover) 

Instrument Cases. 

Otis James K., 38 Chardon, Boston 
(see page 496) 

Insurance Companies. 

Citizens Mutual Insurance Co., 8 
Exchange place, Boston (see page 
2) 

Massachusetts Mutual Fire Insur- 
ance Co., 28 State, Boston (see 
page 15) 

Mutual Protection Fire Insurance 
Co., Thompson square, Charles- 
town (see page 412 

Iron Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass., (see page 209) 



Italian Awnings. 

Lamprell & Marble, 357 Commercial, 

Boston (see opp. 185) 
Martin James & Son, 110, 112 and 

114 Commercial, Boston (see page 

223) 

Jewelers 9 and Drug- 
gists' Boxes. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Bos- 
ton (see back of book and page 
495) 

Justice of the Peace. 

Hunt Freeman, 10 Tremont, Boston 
(see page 507) 

Sanger Chester F., 23 Court, Bos- 
ton (see page 502) 

Ladies Felt Hat Mnfr. 

Wilcox David, 8 Boylston sq., Bos- 
ton (see page 42) 

Lard Oil. 

Squire John P. & Co., 21, 23 and 25 
F. H. markst and 39 North Mar- 
ket, Boston (see page 308) 

Lard Fails. 

Boston Can Co., 126 Milk, Boston 
(see page 509) 

Lawyers. 

Albee Sumner, 30 Court, Boston 
(see page 501) 

Alger Alpheus B., 23 Court, Boston 
(see page 502) 

Appleton John H., 23 Court, Boston 
(see page 502) 

Bancroft Wm. A., 15 Pemberton sq. 
Boston (see page 452) 

Bent George C, 15 Pemberton sq., 
Boston (see pag 502) 

Brown & Alger, 23 Court, Boston 
(see page 502) 

Butler, Dana & Dickson, 33 School, 
Boston (see page 502) 

Cahill John, 45 Milk, room 4, Bos- 
ton (page 507) 

Croswell Simon G., 10 Tremont, 
Boston (see page 503) 

Dudley Sanford H., 95 Milk, Bos- 
ton (see page 500) 

Durant William B., 19 Congress, 
Boston (see page 500) 

Fish Frederick P., 40 Water, Bos- 
ton (see page 505) 

Hale E. B., 209 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see page 500) 

Hall William S., 8 Congress, Bos- 
ton (see page 507) 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



Lawyers,— Continued. 

Hammond & Pope, 27 Tremont row, 
Boston (see page 500) 

Hayes Wm. A. 2d., 41 Sears' build- 
ing, Boston (see page 502) 

Howe Archibald M., 25 Congress, 
Boston (se page 501) 

Howe Moses G., 47 Court, Boston 
(see page 502) 

Herrick William A., 33 School, Bos- 
ton (see page 503) 

Hunt Freeman. 10 Tremont, Boston 
(•ee page 507) 

Jewell William E., 82 Devonshire, 
Boston (see page 505) 

Jones Arthur E., 60 Devonshire, 
Boston (see page 505) 

Leverett George V., 53 Devonshire, 
Boston (see page 503) 

McDaniel Samuel W., 61 Court, 
Boston (see page 503) 

Mclntire Charles J., 75 State, Bos- 
ton (see page 504) 

McKelleget Richard J., 19 Court, 
Boston (see page 507) 

Parker Horatio G., 44 Sears' bldg., 
Boston (see page 501) 

Perkins Geo. A., 75 State, Boston 
(see page 504) 

Pevey G. A. A., 27 Tremont row, 
Boston (see page 504) 

Read Charles Coolidge, 27 State, 
Boston (see page 500) 

Richardson & Hale, 209 Washington, 
Boston (see page 500) 

Russell C. T. & T. H., 27 State, 
Boston (see page 501) 

Sanger Chester E., 23 Court, Bos- 
ton (see page 502) 

Thorndike S. Lothrop. 2 Pemberton 

sq., Boston (see page 505) 
Wells Henry J., 15 Pemberton sq., 

Boston (see page 502) 
White M. P.. 47 Devonshire, Boston 

(see page 503) 
Wyman J. P. jr., 30 Court, Boston 
(see page 503) 

Lead I*ipe and Sheet 
Lead. 

Boston Lead Manufacturing Co., 
Wm. J. Bride, treas., 162 Con- 
gress, Boston (see page 307) 

Lead Wire and Le id 
Win do w We igh ts . 

Boston Lead Manufacturing Co., 
Wm. J. Bride, treas., 162 Con- 
gress, Boston (see page 307) 



Lime, Hair and Ce- 
ment. 

Burnham L. G. & Co., 132 Charles 
and East Chester Park, office 75 

State, Boston (see page 3) 
Wellington Austin C. Coal Co., 438 
Federal, and 17 Congress, Bos- 
ton (see page 506) 

Liquors. 

The Cushing Process Co., 214 High, 
Boston (see page 10) 

Locksmith. 

Summers H., 38 Charles, Boston 
(see page 496) 

Locomotive Builders. 

Manchester Locomotive Works, W. 
G. Means, treas., 40 Water, Bos- 
ton (see page opposite 349) 

Lumber. 

Goodnow Joseph & Co., 294 Cause- 
way, Boston (see page 18) 

Machinery. 

Houghton J. H., 66 Canal, Boston 

(see page 5) 
Roberts James H. & Co., 118 Merri- 

mac, Boston (see page 14) 

3Iach inery Wi re. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
eester, Mass. (see page 209) 

Malt Machines. 

N. E. Malt Co., 209 Washington, 
Boston (see page 13) 

Malsters. 

N. E. Malt Co., 209 Washington, 
Boston (see page 13) 

Manufacturing Com- 
panies. 

American Rubber Co., 59 and 61 
Franklin, Boston (see page 7) 

Boston Can Co., ^tin cans and box- 
es) 126 Milk, Boston (see page 
509) 

Boston Woven Hose Co., 220 Dev- 
onshire, Boston (see page 7) 

Cochrane Chemical Co., 55 Kilby, 
Boston (see page 498) 

Manchester Locomotive Works, 
W. G. Meam, treas., 40 Water, 
Boston (see page) 

N. E. Malt Co., 209 Washington 
(see page 13) 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



33 



Market Wire. 

Washburn & MoenMnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see page 209) 

Machinery Wire, 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (sea page 209) 

Masons and Builders. 

Coon J. H. & Co., 17 Pemberton 
square, Boston (see page 6) 

Leach H. W., 39 Wendell, corner 
Oliver, Boston (see page 506) 

Mechanical Engineer. 

Lombard N. C, 40 State, Boston 
(see page 18) 

Medical Cases. 

Otis James K., 38 Chardon Boston 
(see p. 496) 

Merchandise Tags and 
Labels. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Bos- 
ton (see back of book and p. 495) 

Merchant Tailors. 

Harrell Jesse, 7 Alden, Boston (see 
p. 496) 

Devereaux & Lindsey, 367 Washing- 
ton. Boston, ^see page 210) 

Elliott Cliarles E. & Co., 19 Wash- 
ington, Boston (see page 22) 

Mineral Water. 

Gove Charles S. & Co., 30 Canal, 

Boston (see page 498) 
Fairbanks & Neale, Howard, Boston 

(see advt. on map) 

Mortgage Broker. 

Carter Josiah H., 31 State, Boston 
(see page 504) 

Mouldings (Boom). 

Corse W. A., 181 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see foot lines in business 
directory) 

Music Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co. , Wor- 
cester, Mass, (see pag. 209) 

Naphtha and Gas Oil. 

Beacon Oil Co., 26 Broad, Boston 
(see page 11) 



Needle Wire. 

Washburn & MoenMnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see page 209) 

Newspapers. 

Commercial Reporrer, M'Cready 
Credit Reg. Co., 52 South Market, 
Boston (see page 39) 

Notaries Public. 

Dickson William, 194 Washington, 

Boston (see page 502) 
Howe Archibald M., 25 Congress, 

Bost n (see page 501) 
McDaniel Samuel W., 61 Court, 

Boston (see page 503) 
Pevey G. A. A., 27 Tremont row, 

Boston ^see page 504) 
Read Charles Coolidge, 27 State, 

Boston (see page 500) 
Sanger Chester P., 23 Court, Boston 

(see page 502) 
White M. P., 47 Devonshire, Boston 

(see page 503) 
Wyman J. P. Jr., 30 Court, Boston 

(see page 503) 

Oil Clothing Mnfr. 

Sawyer Howard M., 153 Milk, Bos- 
ton (see page 485) 

Oiled Hats. 

Sawyer Howard M., 153 Milk, Bos- 
ton (see page 485) 

Oil Paintings. 

Wiggin J. B. & Co., 71 Sudbury, 
Boston (see opp. 185) 

Oils (Kerosene and 
Lubricating). 

Maverick Oil Co., 6l£ Broad, Bos- 
ton (see page 210) 

Beacon Oil Co., 26 Broad, Boston 
(see page 11) 

Oils (Illuminating) . 

Beacon Oil Co., 26 Broad, Boston 
(see page 11) 

Maverick Oil Co., 6l£ Broad, Bos- 
ton (see page 210) 

Office Furniture. 

Brooks W. P. B. & Co., 151 Hano- 
ver, Boston (see page 22) 

Gray Hollis R.. 38 and 40 Washing- 
ton, (see page 224) 

Paine J. S., 48 Canal, Boston (see 
outside edge and page 9) 



2 & 3 



34 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



Organ Stoji Mnfrs. 

Rawson C. B., "West Boylston, Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see page 39) 

Organ Screw Woods 
and Buttons. 

Rawson C. B., West Boylston, Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see page 39) 

Oysters. 

Atwood David & Co., 32 F.H. Square, 
Boston (see page 41)9) 

Oyster Cans. 

Boston Can Co., 12G Milk, Boston 
(see page 511) 

Organ Work. 

Rawson C. B., West Boyston Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see page 39) 

Painted Curtain Pole 
Ends. 

Rawson C. B. West Boylston, Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see page 39) 

Painting . 

Corse W. A., 181 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see foot lines in business 
directory) 

Paper Boxes. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Bos- 
ton (see back of book and page 
495) 

Paper Dealers. 

Rice, Kendall & Co., 91 Federal, 
Boston (see page 12) 

Paper Hangings. 

Corse Wm. A., 181 Washington, 
Boston (see foot lines in business 
directory) 

Smith Edwin B & Co., 19 West, 
Boston (see page 9) 

Robinson Charles W., 400 Washing- 
ton, Boston (sec page 2) 

Parlor Furniture. 

Brooks W. P. B. & Co., 151 Hano- 
ver, Boston (seepage 22) 

Gray Hollis B., 38 and 40 Washing- 
ton, Boston (see page 224) 

Paine John S., 48 Canal, Boston 
(see outside edge and page 9) 



Parquet Flooring. 

The Butcher Polish Co., 171 Tre- 
mont, Boston (see page 507; 

Patents. 

{Expert in Patent Causes). 

Fish Frederick P., 40 Water, room 

52, Boston (see page 505) 
Lombard N. C, 49 State, Boston 

(see page 18) 

Patents ( Solicitors) . 

Hayes Alexander L., 95 Milk, room 

67, Boston (see page 14) 
Lombard N. C, 40 State, Boston 

(see page 18) 

Photographers . 

Black J. W. &Co., 333 Washing- 
ton, Boston (see opp. 184) 

Notman James. 99 Boylston, Boston 
(see opp. 184) 

Pi eta re Fra in es . 

Wiggin J. B. & Co., 71 Sudbury, 
Boston (see page opp. 185) 

Plants. 

Dee Bros., 104 Tremorvt, Boston 
(see front cover) 

Plumbers. 

Hawkes Levi & Co., 50 Howard, 
Boston (see page 42) 

Polishing Powder (Sil- 
ver White). 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Bos- 
ton (see back of book and page 
495) 

Pork, Lard and Hams. 

Squire, John P. & Co., 21, 23 and 
20 F. H. market, 39 No. Market, 
B. 'see page 308) 

Vaupel Louis H. W., agt. 33 North, 
Boston (see page 498) 

Pork Packers. 

Squire John P. & Co., 21, 23 and 25 
F. H. market and 39 North Mar- 
ket, Boston (see page 308) 

Vaupel Louis H. W., agt. 33 North, 
Boston (see page 498) 

Portable Engines and 
Boilers. 

Houghton J. H., 60 Cana.\ Boston 
(see jage 5) 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



35 



Poultry Supplies. 

Dow, Davis & Co., 13 and 14 Chat- 
ham, Boston (see page 40) 

Printers, 

Brown W. F. & Co., 218 Franklin, 

Boston (see page 497) 
Clapp David & Son, 35 Bedford, B. 

(see page 4!) 7) 
Robinson & Stephenson, *91 Oliver, 

Boston (see page 497) 
Rockwell & Churchill, 39 Arch, B. 

(see page 496) 
Wright & Potter Printing Co., 18 

Post-office square, B. (see p. 497) 

Produce, 

Chapin George T., 12 and 13 Black- 
stone market, Boston (see p. 499) 

Holmes P. M., 42 Commercial. B. 
(see page 10) 

Provisions. 

Robinson A., 72 Causeway, Boston 

(see page 499) 
Squire John P. & Co., 21, 23 and 25 

Faneuil Hall market, and 39 North 

Market, Boston (see page 308) 
Vaupel Louis H. W., agent, 33 

North, Boston (see page 498) 

Publishers, 

Greenough W. A. & Co., 31 Milk, 
room 39, Boston (see page 499) 

Pumps (Copper & Iron) 

Boston Lead Mnfg. Co., William J. 
Bride, treasurer, 102 Congress, B. 
(see page 307) 

Heal Estate and dlort- 
gages. 

Carter Josiah H., 31 State, room 5, 
Boston (see page 504) 

Clarke & Ela (mercantile), 27 Con- 
gress, Boston (see back cover) 

Knights S. R. & Co., 22G Washing- 
ton, Boston (see back cover) 

Read J. Stacey, 2GG Washington, B. 
(see page 14) 

Winnett J. & Co., 5 Tremont, Boston 
(see back cover) 

Rectifiers. 

The Cushing Process Co., 214 High, 
Boston (see page 10) 

Red Lead & Litharge, 

Boston Lead Mnfg. Co., William J. 
Bride, treasurer, 162 Congress, B. 
(see page 307) 



Rivet Wire, 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see page 209) 

Robes and Blankets, 

Dyer, Taylor & Co., 30 to 40 
Chauncy, Boston (see on map) 

Rolling Mills. 

Washburn & Mo'm Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see page 209) 

Roofers. 

Dinan P., 82£ Leverett, Boston (see 
page 493) 

Round Iron. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see page 209) 

Rubber Goods. 

American Rubber Co., 59 and 61 
Franklin, Boston (see page 1] 

Boston Woven Hose Co., 220 Dev- 
onshire, Boston (see page 7) 

Hale George H., 20 Cornliill, Boston 
(see page 499) 

Safe Manufacturers. 

Damon Safe and Iron Works Co., 
108 and 110 Sudbury, Boston (see 
page 210) 

Savings Banks. 

Charlestown Five Cents Savings 
Bank, Thompson square, Charles- 
town (see page 412) 

Warren Institution for Savings, 25 
Main, Charlestown (see page 412) 

School Furniture. 

Whitcomb A. G., 73 Fulton, Boston 
(see page 508) 

Settees. 

Whitcomb A. G., 73 Fulton, Boston 
(see page 508) 

Shade Rollers. 

Cushman Bros. & Co., 82 to 86 Haw- 
ley, Boston (see page 6) 

Shafting, Hangers and 
Pulleys, 

Roberts James H. & Co., 118 Merri- 
mac, Boston (see page 14) 



36 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



Shipping and 3Ier- 
chandise Tags, 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, B. 
(see back of book and page 495) 

Slaters. 

Dinan P., 82£ Leverett, Boston (see 
page 493) 

Soap Manufacturers. 

Davis Curtis & Co., 136 State, B. 
(see page 40) 

Dow Davis & Co., 13 and 14 Chat- 
ham, Boston (see page 40) 

Solder. 

Boston Lead Mnfg. Co., William J. 
Bride, treasurer, 162 Congress, B. 
(see page 307) 

Speaking Tubes. 

Fuller Seth W. & Holtzer, 22 Milk, 
Boston (see page 508) 

Spring Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see page 209) 

Stationers 9 Specialties. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, B. 
(see page 495) 

Steam Boiler Inspec- 
tion. 

Clarke & Ela, 27 Congress, Boston 
(see back cover) 

Steam Engines and 
Boilers. 

Houghton J. H., G6 Canal, Boston 

(see page 5) 
Roberts James & Co., 118 Merrimac, 

Boston (see page 14) 

Steam Fire Engines. 

Manchester Locomotive Works, W. 
G. Means, treasurer, 40 Water, B. 
(see page opp. 349) 

Steel Barb Fencing. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co. , Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see page 209) 

Steel Drill Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see page 209) 



Steel Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see page 209) 

Stone Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see page 209) 

• Stoves. 

Brooks W. P. B. & Co.. 9 Marshall, 
114 Blackstone and 151 Hanover, 
Boston (see page 22) 

Strata Goods. 

Dyer, Taylor & Co., 30 to 40 
Chauncy, Boston (see on map) 

Tags. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Bos- 
ton (see back of book and page 
495) B 

Tailors. 

Devereaux & Lindsey, 367 Wash- 
ington. Boston (see page 210) 

Elliot Chas. E. & Co., 419 Wash- 
ington, Boston (see page 22) 

Harrell Jesse, 7 Alden, Boston (see 
page 496; 

Talloiv and Grease. 

Dow, Davis & Co., 13 &14 Chatham, 
Boston (see psge 40) 

Targets for Bifle 
Practice. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Bos- 
ton (see back of book and page 
495) 

Telegraph and Tele- 
phone Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see page 209) 

Tents and Flags. 

Lamprell & Marble, 357 Commer- 
cial, Boston (see page 507) 

Martin James & Son, 110, 112 and 
114 Commercial, Boston (see d. 
223) v 

Tinned Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co.. Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see page 209) 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



on 



Tin Box Mnfrs. 

Boston Can Co., 12G Milk, Boston 
(»ee page 509) 

Tin Can Mnfrs, 

Boston Can Co., 12G Milk, Boston 
(see page 509) 

Tin Hoofers. 

Dinan P.. 82£ Leverett, Boston (see 
page 4do) 

Tissue Papers. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Bos- 
ton (see back of book and page 
495) 

Toys, etc. (mnfrs.) 

Rawson C. B., West Boylston, Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see p. 39) 

Turners (Wood.) 

Rawson C. B., West Boylston, Wor- 
cester. Mass. (see page 39) 

Upholsterers. 

Hartshorn Joseph & Co., 21 Charles, 
Bostou (see p. 8) 

Upholsterers 9 Hard- 
iv are. 

Cushman Bros. & Co., 82 to 8G 
Haw ley, Boston (see page 3) 

Upholstery Goods. 

Corse Wm. A., 181 Washington, 
Boston (see foot lines in business 
directory) 

Doe, Hunnewell & Co., 577 Wash- 
ington, Boston (see front cover) 

Hartshorn Joseph & Co. ,21 Charles, 
Boston (see page 8) 

Paine John S., 48 Canal, Boston 
(see outside edge and page 9) 

Smith Edwin B. & Co., 19 West, 
Boston (see page 9) 

Variety and Irregular 
Wood Turning. 

Rawson C. B., West Boylston, Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see page 39) 

Wagon Covers. 

Martin James & Son, 110, 112 and 
114 Commercial, Boston (see p. 
223) 



Watches. 

Crosby S. S., 421 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see on map) 

Towne H., 421 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see on map) 

Watch Sjrrings. 

Washburn & Mocn Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see page 209) 

Water Proof Clothing 
and Hats. 

Sawyer Howard If., 153 Milk, Bos- 
ton (see page 485) 

Weather Strips. 

Pratt W. W., 14 Bromfield, Boston 
(see p. 8) 

Weaving Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see page 209) 

White Lead and Zinc. 

Boston Lead Mnfg. Co., Wm. J. 
Bride, treas., 162 Congress, Bos- 
ton (see page 307) 

Window Shades and 
Curtain Fixtures* 

Corse Wm. A., 181 Wasbington, 
Boston (see foot lines in business 
directory) 

Cushman Bros. & Co., 82 to 8G Haw- 
ley, Boston (see page G) 

Pratt W. \\\. 14 Bromtield, Boston 
(see page 8) 
| Smith Edwin B. & Co., 19 West, 
Boston (see page 9) 

Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co-, Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see page 209) 

Wire Screens. 

Pratt W. AW. 14 Bromfield, Boston 
(see page 8) 

Wood. 

Roby D. & Co., 280 Causeway, Bos- 
ton (see p. 14) 

Wood Turning. 

Rawson C. B., West Boylston, Wor- 
cester, Mass. (see page 3 J) 

Wood Workers. 

Otis James K., 38 Chardon, Boston, 
(see p. 496) 



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was developed and perfected in this Foundry, 
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FER-TILIZERS, 

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Poultry S-niD^liesi. 

FOR POULTRY: — — — Horse and Cattle Food: 

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Connected by Telephone. Bone Meal. 

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Manufacturers of 

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C.F. Harding 

Dealer in First-Class 

Beef, Pork, 

Lamb, Lard, 

Vegetables, 

Butter, Eggs 

and Canned 

Goods. 

At the Lowest Boston Prices. 

TERMS CASH. 

Telephone No. 7131. 





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1885, 



W, l e MSTOTQ3 & CO, 

INSURANCE AGENTS, 

No, 89 Cambridge Street, East Cambridge, 

7 EXCHANGE PEACE, - - BOSTON, MASS. 

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PLUMBERS, 

Special Attention to Drainage and ^ 
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Also, 50 Howard St., Boston. 




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A 




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Sanitary Engineer, 

And Licensed 

Also Ventilation in all its branches a specialty. 

Palmer Street, near Brattle, 

CAMBRIDGE. 

Residence, 13 Sumner St. 



ID^tvid "Wilcox db Oo-, 
HAT MANUFACTURERS, 

NO. 8 BOYLSTON SQUARE, BOSTON. 

DAVID WILCOX. ' FRANK II. GOING. S.A.CARLTON. 



STREETS, COURTS. AVENUES, ETC. 



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STKEETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



Streets in ward 1 arc in Cambridge (proper), ward* 2 and 4 Cambridgeport, 
ward 3 East Cambridge, ward 5 North Cambridge. 



Acacia, from 13 Ash to Hawthorn, ward 1 Bath, from 158 Mt. Auhurn, south, wd. 1 
Acorn, from Putnam av. to Chestnut, wd. 4 Bay. from 770 Main to 288 Kinnaird. wd. 4 
Adams, from Concord av., opp. Wellington, Beacon, from Cambridge, at Inman square, 

to Washington at Belmont line, ward 1 i west, to Somerville line, ward 2 [wd. 1 
Albany, from Main. opp. Portland, to Port Beaver, from 10 Cowperthwait to 19 Plagg, 

Washington, ward 4 [4 Beck park. Harvard, June. Main, wd. 1 

Albro, from Western av. to Blackstone, wd. Bedford, from 13 Porter, to Somerville 
Allen, from 17S North avenue, to 8 Orch- line, wd. 2 [ville line, wd. 5 

ard. ward 5 Beech, from 190 North avenue to Somer- 

Allston, from 114 Magazine to Waverley. Bell, from 17 Allston, ward 4 

east to Port Washington, ward 4 Belmont, from Mt. Auburn, at railroad 

Allston court, from 100 Allston. ward 4 bridge, to Belmont line. wd. 1 

Amory, from 329 Broadway, to 190 Hamp- Bennett, from junction Murray and Eliot, 

shire;, ward 2 west, ward 1 

Amory place from 11 Amory. west, wd. 2 Bent, from Third to Ninth, ward 3 
Andrew, from 42 Fairmont to Somerset, Berkeley, from 9 Phillips place to 8 Crai- 

ward 4 | gie, ward 1 

Antrim, from 353 Broadway to 532 Cam- Berkshire, from Bristol, north, ward 2 

bridge, Inman sq.. ward 2 [wd. 1 Berkshire place, from Berkshire to Port- 

Appian-way, from 03 Brattle to 3 Garden. land, ward 2 [wd. 2 

Appleton, from 153 Brattle to Concord av., Bigelow, from 091 Main to 282 Harvard, 

ward 1 [ington av.. wd. 5 Binney. from Third to Ninth, ward 3 

Arlington, from 131 North avenue to Wash- Binney Pield. Cambridge, between Win- 
Arrow, from 800 Main to 13 Bow, wd. 1 sor and B. & A. B. R. crossing wd. 2 
Arsenal square, junction of Garden, Con- Blackstone, from 129 River to Western av., 

cord avenue, and Chauncy, wd. 1 ward 4 

Ash, from 84 Brattle, south to the Charles Blair place, from 72 Bolton, wd. 5 

river, wd. 1 Blanche, from 1G Pront, south, wd. 4 

Ash street place, from 12 Ash. east. wd. 1 Boardman. from 183 Harvard to 254 Broad- 



Ashburton place, from 20 Essex, wd. 2 

Athens, from 22 Mt. Auburn, south, wd. 1 

Auburn, from 20 Western avenue to Sid- 
ney, ward 4 

Auburn place, from Mount Aubnrn, near 

railroad bridge, ward 1 [4 and 2 Bow, from 902 Main to 59 Mt 

Austin, from 439 Main to 10 Inman, wards ward 1 



way. wd. 2 
Boardman place, from 13 Boardman. wd. 2 
Bolton, from 111 Dublin, west and east, 
ward 5 [den, wd. 1 

Bond, from 43 Concord avenue to 58 Gar- 
Auburn, 
[wd. 5 



Austin place, from 86 Austin, south, wd. 2 Bowdoin. from Hudson to 24 Linmean, 
Avon. fm. 25 Shepard to 40Linna?an. wd. 5 Boylston, from 9 Harvard square to Brigh- 
Avou Hill street, continuation of Avon, ton bridge. Brighton line, ward 1 

ward 5 [wd. 5 Brackett place, from 140 North av., Avd. 4 

Avon place, from Avon Hill, near Linnaean. Brattle, from 9 Harvard square to Mount 
Bailey place, from 118 Magazine, wd. 4 i Auburn, at Fresh Pond lane, wd. 1 
Baldwin, from 001 Cambridge to 78 Kirk- Brattle square, from 34 Brattle to 99 Mt. 

land, wd. 1 [wd. II Auburn, wd. 1 [wd. 1 

Baldwin court, from 20 Baldwin, east. Brewer, from 140 Mount Auburn, south, 
Baldwin place, from 97 Main, wd. 2 Brewery, from 100 Broadway to Main, wds. 



Ballord place, from 94 Putnam av.. wd. 4 [ 2 and 4 
Banks, from 10 Mt. Auburn to Western av.. Brewster place, from 01 Sparks, wd. 1 
ward 1 



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STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



Bridge, from Craigie's bridge, East Cam- Cogswell place, from 11 Mead to Cogswell 

bridge, to Somerville line, ward 3 [wd. 2 avenue, ward 5 
Brimmer place, from Brewery to Munson, Columbia, from 473 Main to Somerville 
Bristol, from 17 Market to Portland, wd. 2 line, wards 4 and 2 
Broadway, from 99 Main, wd. 2. to Cam- Columbus avenue, from North avenue, n. 



bridge, at the college grounds, wards 2 
and 1 
Broadway park, junction Broadway, Nor- 
folk, and Prospect, ward 2 [river, wd. 4 
Brookline, from 520 Main to tbe diaries 
Brooks, from 3G1 Main to 34 School, wd. 4 
Brooks place, from Moore to Clark, wd. 4 
Brown, from 124 Brattle to 13 Foster, wd. 1 
Buckingham, from 25 Craigie to 54 Con- 
cord av., wd 1 [wd. 1 
Burns court, from Foster, opposite Brown. 
Cambridge, from 96 Bridge to 8 Kirkland, 

wards 3 and 1 
Camden place, from 245 Mt. Auburn, wd. 1 
Cameron, from North avenue, near C. M. 
R. R. crossing, to Somerville line, wd. 5 
Camp, from John to Lerned, wd. 5 
Carson, from 180 Gore, to 239 Cambridge, 
ward 3 [wd. 1 

Carver, from 70 Sacramento to Hammond, 
Cedar, from 339 Morth avenue to 59 Spruce 

o 



war J 5 
Cedar square, from 37 Cedar to Dudley, 
Central place, from 21 Western av., north 

ward 4 
Central square, junction 622 Main, River 

Magazine, and Western av., wd. 4 
Centre, from 85 Hancock to 8 Dana, wd. ' 
Charming, from 168 Brattle to Mt. Auburn, 

opposite Hospital grounds, ward 1 
Chapman place, from 13 Gerry to 14 Brew 

er, ward 1 
Charles, from 121 Third, west, ward 3 
Charles River, from 52 Mt. Auburn to 11 
Dyke, ward 1 [wd. 2 

Chatham, from 145 Hancock to 36 Dana, 
Chauncy, from 31 North avenue to 15 Con- 
cord avenue, ward 1 
Cherry, from 421 Main to 176 Harvard. 

wards 4 and 2 
Cherry court, from 22 Cherry, ward 4 
Chester, from 260 North avenue to Somer- 
ville line, wd. ."> [wd. 4 
Chestnut, from 168 Pleasant to Waverley, 
Chestnut Park, from 23 to 31 Charles, run- 
ning north, ward 3 [ward 1 
Church, from 13 Harvard row to 45 Brattle, 
Church place, from 98 Cambridge, wd. 3 
Clarendon avenue, from 372 North av. to 

Somerville line, ward 5 
Clark, from 387 Main to 20 Webster ave- 
nue, wards 4 and 2 
Clary, from Prospect, n. Houghton, wd. 2 
(lay. from 93 Spruce to 40 Harvey, wd. 5 
Clifton, from 117 Spruce, to 64 Harvev, 
wd. 5 [wd.*2 

Clinton, from 707 Main, to 290 Harvard 
Cogswell avenue, from 237 North avenue, 
to Fitchburg railroad, ward 5 



Arlington line, to Kimball, ward 5 
Concord avenue, from 3 Waterhouse to 
Wellington and Adams, Belmont line, 
wards 1 and 5 
Conlon's court, from 152 Third, east. wd. 3 
Coolidge avenue, from Mt. Auburn, Street 
Mt. Auburn cemetery to Watertown line, 
ward 1 
Corliss place, rear 13 Antrim, ward 2 
Cottage, from 103 Pearl to 44 Pleasant, 

ward 4 
Cottage court, from 8 Cottage, sonth, wd. 4 
Cowperthwaite, from 25 Banks to 38 i)e- 
Wolf,ward 1 [Brattle, wd. 1 

Craigie, from 28 Concord avenue to 141 
Creighton, from North avenue, n. Walden, 

to Richdale avenue, ward 5 
Crescent, from 96 Oxford to 61 Sacramen- 
to, ward 6 [mond, wd. 5 
Crescent aveuue, from 39 Walden to Ray- 
Crossland, from 77 Clark to Bristol, wd. 2 
Curve place, from 57 Kirkland, north, 

ward 1 
Cushing, from Belmont, beyond railroad 

bridge, to Belmont line, ward 1 

Cushing's court, fm. Cushing, at residence 

of John Clark, wd. 1 [wd. 3 

Dailey's alley, from 47 Cambridge to Gore, 

Dana, from 787 Main to 634 Cambridge, 

wards 1 and 2 
Dana square, Magazine, from Lawrence to 

Lake and Niagara, ward 4 
Daniels court, changed to Hilliard place 
Davenport, from Elm, to Orchard, n. Som- 
erville line, south, wd. 5 [wd. 2 
Davis, from 125 Harvard to 42 Hampshire, 
Day. from 274 North avenue, to Somerville 
line, wd. 5 [wd 4 
Daye court, from 10 Blackstone, west, 
Deacon, from 180 Main to foot of Pioneer, 
ward 2 [wd. 4 
Decatur, from 81 Brookline to 136 Pearl, 
Decatur court, from 14 Decatur, south, 
ward 4 [wd. 2 
Derbv lane, from 362 Broadway to West, 
DeWolf, from 38 Mt. Auburn, to Flagg, 

ward 1 
DeWolf place, fm. 11 DeWolf, west, wd. 1 
Dickinson, from Broadway to Davis, wd. 2 
Dinsmore court, from 33 Willard, west, 
ward 1 [erville line, wd. 2 

Distillhouse, from 365 Cambridge to Som- 
Divinity avenue, from 27 Kirkland, north, 
ward 1 [Garden, wd. 5 

Donnell, from 99 Concord avenue, to 140 
Douglass, from 513 Main to 50 Austin, 

ward 4 
Douglass court, from 5 Douglass, near 
Main, wd. 4 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



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Dover, from 282 North avenue to Somer-j 
villc line, \vd. 5 [wd. 5 

Dublin, from 109 Garden to 74 Spruce, 
Dudley, from 321 North avenue to Jack- 
son, wd. 5 
Dunster, from 1 Harvard square, to College 

wharf, ward 1 
Dyke, from 27 DeWolf to Holyoke, ward 1 
East, from 113 Bridge, east, to Hall's 

Wharf, ward 3 
Eaton, from 23 Cherry, to 12 Pine, ward 4 
Eighth, from 214 Cambridge, south, wd. 3 
Eliot, from 104 Mt. Auburn to opp. G8 
Boylston, ward 1 [ward 2 

Eliot square, Eliot, junction Mt. Auburn 
Ellery, from 811 Main to G54 Cambridge, 
ward 1 [GL2 Cambridge, ward 2 

Ellsworth avenue, from 403 Broadway to 
Elm, from 213 Harvard to Somerville line, 

ward 2 
Elm, from White to Russell, ward 5 
Elmer, from Sands, north, ward 1 
Elmwood avenue, from 182 Brattle, to Mt. 

Auburn, near Granite works, ward 1 
Emmons place, from 35 Baldwin, west, 

ward 1 
Ericsson court, fm. 91 Green, north wd. 4 
Erie, from 120 Brookline to 84 Magazine, 

ward 4 
Essex, fm. 591 Main to 238 Harvard, wd. 2 
Essex court, from 51 Essex, ward 2 
Eustis court, from 112 Oxford, east, to 
Somerville line, ward 5 [ford, ward 1 

Everett, from 42 North avenue to 45 Ox- 
Fairfield, from opp. 7 Spruce, near North 
avenue to Pemberton, ward 5 [ward 4 
Fairmont, from 99 Magazine to 100 River, 
Fairmont avenue, from 54 Fairmont to 

Somerset 
Fallon place, from 28 Banks, east, ward 1 
Farwell place, from 53 Brattle, ward 1 
Fayerweather, from 175 Brattle, to Vassal 
lane, ward 1 [bridge, ward 2 

Fayette, from 309 Broadway to 504 Cam- 
Felton, from 409 Broadway to 728 Cam- 
bridge, ward 1 
Fifth, from 08 Winter to 75 Charles, wd. 3 
First, from 32 Cambridge to Thorndike. 
ward 3 [DeWolf . ward 1 

Flagg, from opp. 34 Putnam avenue to 
Flagg-street court, from Flagg, below 
Banks, ward 1 [ant, ward 4 

Florence, from foot of Magazine to Pleas- 
Florence place*, from 31 Norfolk, ward 4 
Follen, fm. 9 Concord avenue to 13 Water- 
house, ward 1 [ville line, ward 5 
Forest, from 110 North avenue to Somer- 
Fort Putnam, junction of Fourth and Otis, 

ward 3 
Fort Washington, Washington square, from 
Waverly, foot of Allston, to G. J. R. R., 
ward 4 
Foster, from 21 Willard to 14 Lowell, wd. 1 
Foster place, from Foster, ward 1 



Fourth, from 244 Bridge to 43 Charles, 

ward 3 
Fourth-st. place, from 101 Fourth, ward 3 
Francis ave., fm. 43 Kirkland, north, wd. 1 
Frank, from 320 North avenue to Somer- 
ville line, ward 5 [avenue, ward 4 
Franklin, from 29 Sidney to 22 Putnam 
Fresh Pond avenue, from Concord avenue 

to Vassal lane, ward 1 [Pond, ward 1 

Fresh Pond lane, from 253 Brattle to Fresh 
Frisbie place, from 23 Kirkland, north, wd. 1 
Front, from 484 Main to 9 Village, ward 4 
Front-street court, from 14 Front, south, 

ward 4 
Frost, from 12 Roseland to Harris , ward 5 
Garden, from North avenue, at the colleges 

to Walden, wards 1 and 5 [east, ward 5 
Garden court, from Garden, across Dublin, 
Garden-street place, from 37 Garden, wd.l 
Gardner, from 31 Tremont to 110 Prospect, 

ward 2 [ward 5 

Garfield, from North avenue to 111 Oxford. 
George, from Montgomery to Clay, ward 5 
Gerry, from 138 Mt. Auburn, south, ward 1 
Glenwood, from Magazine, near Florence, 

to Pearl, ward 4 
Gordon place, from 8 Florence, ward 4 



Gore, from 



Bridge to Somerville line, 



ward 3 
Gore place, from 132 Gore, ward 3 
Gorham, from Wendell to Hammond, wd. 1 
Granite, from near foot of Magazine to 

Pearl, ward 4 
Grant, from 24 DeWolf to 17 Banks, wd. 1 
Gray place, from 91 Harvard, ward 2 
Green, from 13 Sidney to 10 Putnam ave., 

ward 4 
Greenough avenue, from Highland avenue 

to Ellsworth avenue, ward 2 
Grigg, from Putnam av. to Howard, wd. 2 
Grotto place, from Moore, n. School, wd. 2 
Groveland, from 20 Spruce, south, to Fitch- 
burg railroad wharf, ward 5 [ward 2 
Gypsey place, from Moore, near School, 
Hadley place, from 214 North av., ward 5 
Hamilton, from 98 Magazine to Waverly, 
ward 4 [ward 1 
Hammond, from G2 Oxford to Carver, 
Hampshire, from 179 Broadway to In man 
square, Somerville line, ward 2 [ward 2 
Hancock, from Franklin to 380 Broadway, 
Hancock place, from 110 Hancock, ward 2 
Harding, from 321 Cambridge to Somerville 
line ward 2 [erville line, ward 5 
Harris, from foot of Frost to Beacon, Som- 
Harrison, from 343 Main to 08 Washington, 
ward 2 [Whittemore, ward 5 
Harrison avenue, from Columbus avenue to 
Harvard, from 201 Main, L. P., to 1 Har- 
vard square, wards 2 and 1 
Harvard row, from Lyceum building, Har- 
vard square, to Church, ward 1 
Harvard square, junction of 472 Harvard, 
Brattle and North avenue, ward 1 



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STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES., ETC. 



Harvey, from 7 Cedar, west, ward 5 
Hastings, from G. J. R. R. to 56 Moore, 
ward 2 [ley, ward 1 

Hastings, from Phillips place, near Berke- 
Hastings square, Brookline, between Chest- 
nut and Henry, ward 4 [ward 1 
Hawthorn, from 96 Brattle to Mt. Auburn, 
Hawthorne avenue, from 222 Brattle to be- 
yond Huron, ward 1 
Hayes, from 42 Putnam avenue, east, wd. 4 
Healey, from Parker to Buckingham wd. 1 
Henderson court, from 10 Day, east, near 

Somerville line, ward 5 
Henry, from Waverly to 280 Pearl, ward 4 
Hew os, from Grigg to Western avenue, 
ward 4 [ward 1 

Highland, from Appleton to Reservoir, 
Highland avenue, from 393 Broadway to 

588 Cambridge, ward 2 
Hilton place, foot of Murray [ward 2 

Hilliard, from 60 Brattle to 133 Mt. Auburn. 
Hilliard place, from 15 Hilliard, west, wd. 1 
Hillside avenue, from Washington avenue, 
to Avon Hill, ward 5 [ward 5 

Hollis, from 285 North avenue to 37 Spruce, 
Holly, from Clark to Brooks, ward 4 
Holly av., from Madison to Wyeth, wd. 5 
Holme> place, from 2 North avenue to 
Kirkland, ward 1 [station F. R. R., wd.l 
Holworthy, fromMt. Auburn, at Mt. Auburn 
Holworthy place, from Holworthy to F. R. 

R,, ward 1 
Holyoke, from 448 Harvard to Dyke, wd. 1 
Holyoke place, from 64 Mt. Auburn to 30 
Holyoke, ward 1 [line, ward 2 

Houghton, from 171 Prospect to Somervile 
Howard, from 71 River to Kinnaird, wd. 4 
Hubbard avenue, from 45 AValden to Ray- 
mond, ward 5 [place, ward 5 
Hudson, from' 71 North avenue to Hudson 
Hudson place, from 35 Hudson, ward 5 
Hunting, from 329 Cambridge to Somer- 
ville line, ward 2 
Hurlburt, from Linnaean to Martin, ward 5 
Huron, from Hawthorn avenue to east of 
Lake View avenne, ward 1 [ward 2 
Inman, from 677 Main to 214 Hampshire, 
loman place, from 57 Inman to Derby lane, 

ward 2 . 
Inman square, junction Inmai, Hampshire, 
Cambridge, Springfield, Beacon and An- 
trim, ward 2 [ward 1 
Irving, from 456 Broadway to 52 Kirkland. 
Jackson, from 103 Spruce to 52 Harvey 

ward 5 
James, from 81 Brattle to 12 Mason, wd. 1 
Jarvis, from 24 North avenue to 31 Oxford, 

ward 1 
Jay, from 59 River to Kinnaird, ward 4 
Jay-street place, from 28 Jay, ward 4 
Jefferson, fm. Warren to 22 Harding, wd. 4 
Jennings court, from 2 Front, south, wd. 4 
John, from Cameron, west, ward 5 [wd. 2 
Jones alley, from 348 Broadway to 13 West, 



Jordan place, from 134 Broadway, ward 2 
Kendall square, junction Main, Broadway 
and Third, ward 2 [mond, ward 1 

Kent, east of Carver, parellel with Ham- 
Kimball, from Columbus avenue to Whitte- 

more, ward 5 
King place, from 15 Amory, west, ward 2 
Kinnaird, from 45 River to 30 Putnam av., 

ward 4 
Kirkland, from North avenue, near the 

common, to Somerville line, ward 1 
Kirkland place, from 35 Kirkland, north, 
ward 1 [and State, ward 4 

Lafayette square, Main, junction Columbia 
Lake, from 169 Pearl to 76, Magazine, wd. 4 
Lake View avenue, from 189 Brattle to 

Concord av., at R. R. crossing, ward 1 
Lambert avenue, from 145 North avenue, 

Mt. Pleasant, ward 5 
Lamson place, from 42 Essex, ward 2 
Lancaster, from 127 North avenue to Lin- 
naean, ward 5 [Chauncy, ward 1 
Langdon, from 49 North avenue to 11 
Larch, from Brattle, opp. Mt. Auburn con- 
servatoiy to the R. R., Hawthorne av., 
ward 1 
Laurel, from 75 Pleasant to 78 River, Avd. 4 
Lawn, from Cushing, at Cushing street 
school house, ward 1 [Magazine, ward 2 
Lawrence, from opposite 152 Pearl to 66 
Lechmere place, from 48 North, west, to 

Boston and Lowell railroad, ward 3 
Lechmere square, Bridge, junction Cam- 
bridge, ward 3 
Lee, from 721 Main to 372 Broadway, wd. 2 
Leighton court, from 26 East, north, wd. 3 
Lerned, from Cameron, near Somerville 
line, west, ward 5 [line bridge, wd. 4 

Leverett, from foot of Magazine to Brook- 
Lexington avenue, from 197 Brattle to 
Vassal lane, ward 1 [temore, wd. 5 

Lexington av., from 401 North av., to Whit- 
Lilac court, from Portland, west, near 
Hampshire, ward 2 [ward 2 

Lincoln, from Webster avenue to 90 Elm, 
Lincoln place, fm. 7 Lincoln, north, wd. 2 
Linden, from 424 Harvard to 61 Mount 

Auburn, ward 1 
Linnaean, from 111 North avenue to 69 Gar- 
den, ward 5 
Locust, from Cushing, opp. Cush ng school- 
house, to Holworthy, ward 1 
Lopez, from 65 Brookline to 116 Pearl, 
ward 4 [ward 2 

Loughrey avenue, from Pioneer to Pelham, 
Lowell, from 156 Brattle to 271 Mount Au- 
burn, ward 1 
Lowland av., from 40 Spring, south, wd. 3 
Lyman, from Murray, west, ward 1 
Lynde, from 559 Cambridge to 90 Kirkland. 
wards 2 and 1 [Garden, ward 5 

Madison, from 63 Concord avenue to 90 
Madison avenue, from Columbus avenue to 
Whittemore, ward 5 



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Magazine, from 610 Main to Captain's Is-' 

land. Charles River, ward 4 
Magazine court, from 117 Magazine to 12 
Walnut court, w 'rd 4 [ward 4 

Magee, from .34 Putnam auenue to Grigg. 
Main, from West Boston bridge to 400 Har- 
vard. ward9 2. 4. 2 and 1 
Maple avenue, from 381 Broadway to 564 
Cambridge, ward 2 [ward 2 

Market, from 207 Broadway to 32 Elm, 
Marsh court, from 209 Mt. Auburn, wd. 1 
Martin, from North avenue to 2."> Bowdoin 
Marvin place, from 58 Columbia, ward 4 
Mason, from 85 Brattie to 11 Garden, wd. l| 
May, from Lawn, ward 1 
Maynard place, fm. 201 Mt. Auburn, wd. 1 
McCabe. fin. 277 Cambridge to 10 Jeffer-| 

son, ward 2 
McDonald, from Mt. Auburn, nearly opp. 

cemetery gate, northerly to R. R., wd. 1 

McLean place, from 41 Cedar, to Reed, 

ward 5 [erville line. wd. ."> 

Meacham, from 294 North avenue to Som- 

Mead. from 23 Walden to Coggswell are., 

ward 5 
Mechanic square, junction Broadway. 
Hampshire, Webster avenue and Portland 
streets, ward 2 [ward 1 

Mellen. from 50 North avenue to 55 Oxford 
Mill, from 25 DeWolf to 50 Holyoke, wd. 1 
Montgomery, from 77 Spruce to 28 Harvey, 
ward 5 [ward 2 

Moore, from 357 Main to 212 Broadway. 
Mount Auburn, from 842 Main to Belmont 
line, ward 1 [Auburn, south, ward 1 

Mount Auburn place, from 132 Mount 
Mount Pleasant, from Walden to Lambert, 
avenue, ward 5 [Lambert ave.. ward 5 
Mount Vernon, from 13 ( J North avenue to 
Mullin's court, from 46 Winter, ward 3 
Munroe, from Third, west to Sixth, wd. 3 
Munson, fm. Washington to Harvard, wd. 2 
Murdock, from 162 Hampshire to 9 Gard- 
ner, ward 2 [to the Charles river, wd. 1 
Murray, from junction Eliot and Bennet 
Myrtle place, from 31 Moore, bet. Wash- 
ington and School, ward 4 [ward 5 
New. from Concord avenue, next F R. R. 
Newton, from Chestnut to Putnam avenue. 

between Pearl and Magazine, ward 4 
Niagara, from 1G Lawrence to 17 Lake, 

ward 4 
Nichols place, fm. 21 Baldwin, west, wd. 1 
Ninth, fm. 238 Cambridge to Potter, wd. 3 
Norfolk, from 549 Main to Somerville line 

wards 4 and 2 
Norfolk court, from 78 Norfolk, between 
Broadway and Harvard, ward 2 [wd. G 
Norris, from 307 North ave., to 50 Cedar. 
North, from 23 Water to 16 East, ward 3 
North avenue, from Harvard square to Ar- 
lington line, wards 1 and 5 
Norton, from 25 Bowdoin to 10 Avon. wd. 5 
Norton place, from 12 Norton, wd. 5 



Nutting place, fjom 128 Mount Auburn, 

south, ward 1 [line, ward 2 

Oak, from 509 Cambridge to Somerville 
Orchard, from 9 Davenport to Somerville 

line, ward 5 [ward 4 

Osborne, from 368 Main, south, to State. 
Otis, from First to Ninth, ward 3 
Otter, from 24 Cowperthwaite to 21 De 

Wolf, ward 1 [line, wards 1 and 5 

Oxford, from 13 Kirkland. to Somerville 
Pacific, from Brookline, east to Albany, 

ward 4 
Palmer, from 8 Brattle to 16 Church, wd. 1 
Park, from 81 Magazine to 80 Pleasant, 

ward 5 [ingham, ward 1 

Parker, from 40 Concord avenue to Buck- 
Pearl, from oi)8 Main to the Charles river, 

ward 4 [ward 2 

Pelham, from 70 Broadway to 197 Main 
Pemberton, from Spruce, near 257 North 

avenue, to Fairfield, ward 5 
Percy place, from 40 Essex, ward 2 
Perry fm. 127 Pearl to 54 Magazine, wd. 4 
Pettengill court, fm. 58 Second, east. wd. 3 
Phillips place, from 9 Mason to 18 Garden, 

ward 1 
Pilgrim, from 54 Brookline, east to Albany. 

ward 4 [wards 4 and 2 

Pine, from 87 School to 190 Harvard. 
Pioneer, from 52 Broadway, across Main, 

to Deacon, ward 2 [Pelham. wd. 2 

Pioneer avenue, from 32 Broadway to 5 
Pleasant, from 672 Main to Florence. Avard 

4 
Pleasant place, from 48 Pleasant, wd. 4 
Plymouth, from 91 Hampshire to Portland,- 

ward 2 
Plympton, from 404 Harvard to Bow. wd. 1 
Pond place, from 100 Putnam ave., east. 

ward 4 [2 

Porter, from 37 Warren to 39 Harding, wd. 
Portland, from 333 Main to Cambridge, 

wards 4 and 2 
Potter, from Third to Ninth, wd. 3 
Potter Park, from opp. 7 Linnsean, wd. 5 
Prentice Court, from 65 Frost 
Prescott, from 391 Harvard to 472 Broad- 
way, ward 1 [ant. ward 4 
Prince, from 105 Magazine to 112 Pleas- 
orison point, from Bridge, near Craigie's 

bridge, to Charlestown line, ward 3 
Prospect, from 617 Main to Somerville line, 

ward 2 
Putnam avenue, from 1 Mount Auburn to 

Waverly. wards 4, 1 and 4 [ward 1 

Quincy, from Quincy square to 28 Kirkland 
Quincy square, junction Main. Harvard 

and Quincy, at Beck Hall, ward 1 
Railroad, from opp. 149 Dublin to Fitch- 
burg R. P., ward 5 [R. R.. ward 5 
Raymond, from 51 Linnaean to Fitchburg 
Raymond court, from Raymond, opposite 

Prof. Edward J. Young's estate, ward 5 
Reardon, from Waverly to G.J.R.R.. wd. 4 



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STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



Reed, from 67 Spruce to 16 Harvey, wd. 5 
Regent, from 197 North avenue to F. R. R. 

ward 5 [ward 1 

Remington, from 857 Main to 380 Harvard, 
Reservoir, from 7 Fayerweather to 114 

Concord avenue, ward 1 [wd. 1 

Revere place, from 134 Mount Auburn 
Rice, from 299 North avenue, to Spruce, 

ward 5 
Richdale avenue, from Walden, east, to 

near Lambert avenue, ward 5 
Richdale court, from Richdale av., opp 

Regent, ward 5 [ward 4 

River, from 620 Main to Brighton line 
Riverside place, from Western avenue, op 

posite Blackstone, ward 1 [ward 4 

Rockwell, from 85 Pleasant to 86 River, 
Rogers, from Third to Ninth ward 3 [wd. 2 
Rogers' court, from Brewery to 12 Portland 
Rollins court, from 8 Watson, south, ward 4 
Roseland, from 138 North avenue to Som 

erville line, wd. 5 [ville line, wd. 5 

Russell, from 242 North avenue to Somer- 
Sacramento, from 70 North avenue to Som- 

erville line, wds. 5 and 1 [north, wd. 5 
Sacramento place, from 25 Sacramento, 
Salem, from 62 Auburn to opp. 24 Watson, 

ward 4 [river, wd. 1 

Sands, from Putnam avenue to the Charles 
Sargent, from 70 Spruce to R. R., wd. 5 
Saville, from 205 Appleton to Reservoir, 

wd. 1 
Sceva place, from 14 Green, ward 4 
School, from 331 Main to 23 Austin, wd. 4 
School street court, from 35 School, wd. 4 
Seckel, from 54 Webster avenue to 110 

Winsor, ward 2 
Second, from 24 Gore to 28 Spring, wd. 3 
Second street court, from 64 Second, wd. 3 
Seventh, from 153 Gore to south of Thorn- 
dike, wd. 3 [Arlington, wd. 5 
Shawmut avenue, from Lambert av., to 
Shepard, from 63 North avenue to 47 Gar- 
den, wds. 5 and 1 
Short, from 145 Bridge, to 42 North, wd. 3 
Sibley court, from 19 Sparks, west, wd. 1 
Sidney, from 8 Front to Auburn, and from 

Henry to Hamilton, ward 4 
Sixth, from 144 Gore, to Harvard, junction 

Main, wds. 3 and 2 
Smart, from State to the marsh, wd. 4 
Snow alley, from Cherry, near Main, west- 
erly, ward 4 [Franklin, wd. 4 
Soden, from 29 Western avenue to 150 
Soden place, from 14 Soden, ward 4 
Somerset, from Putnam ave. to Walnut 

court, wd. 4 
Somerville avenue, from 150 North avenue, 

Union sq., to Somerville line, wd. 5 
South, fm. 41 Holyoke to 64 Boylston, wd.l 
Sparks, from 237 Mount Auburn to 80 

Concord ave., wd. 1 
Sparks street court, from 70 Concord ave., 

to 104 Sparks, ward 1 



Spring, from 72 Second to Ninth, ward 3 
Springfield, from 527 Cambridge to Somer- 
ville line ward 2 [140 do., wd. 3 
Spring place, from rear 126 Spring to rear 
Spruce, from 257 North avenue to the 

meadows, ward 5 
Squire's court, from 164 Gore, south, wd. 3 
State, from 18 Front to Osborn, ward 4 
Stevens court, from 11 Fourth, west, wd. 3 
Stinson court, from 36 Somerset, wd. 4 
Story, from 48 Brattle, to 125 Mount Au- 
burn, ward 1 [ward 2 
Suffolk, from 49 Columbia to 46 Norfolk, 
Summer, fm. 105 Prospect to Inman, wd. 2 
Sumner, fm. 735 Cambridge, to 38 Kirk- 
land, wd. 1 [to G. J. R. R., wd. 4 
Talbot, from Waverly, at Fort Washington, 
Tannery, from 382 North avenue to the 

almshouse, ward 5 
Temple, fm. 641 Main to 134 Austin, wd. 2 
Tenney, from 35 Orchard to Elm, Somer- 
ville line, wd. 5 
Third, fm. Boston & Lowell R. R., E. 

Cambridge, to 27 Main, wds. 3 and 2 
Thorndike, from First to Ninth, wd. 3 
Tremont, from 393 Broadway to Somerville 
line, ward 2 [ward 1 

Trowbridge, from 839 Main to Kirkland, 
Tufts, from Magazine to Pearl, south of 

Chestnut, ward 4 
Tuttle, from 8 Donnell to 9 Wyeth, wd. 5 
Union, from 37 Market to 8 Lincoln, wd. 2 
Union square, junction 160 North avenue 
with Somerville avenue, ward 5 [wd. 4 
Upton, from ">5 Magazine to 56 Pleasant, 
Valentine, from 95 Brookline to 168 Pearl, 

ward 5 
Vandine, from Berkeshire to Portland, 
Vassal lane, from 85 Sparks to Lake View 

avenue, ward 1 
Vernon, from 700 Main to 129 Green, wd. 4 
Village, from 18 State to 35 Front, ward 4 
Vine, from 99 South Third to Ninth, wd. 3 
Vineyard, from Cushing to May, ward 1 
Walden. from 225 North avenue to opp. 114 

Concord avenue, wards 5 and 1 
Walker, from Shepard, opp. Wallace, to 
Linnaean, ward 2 [av., ward 1 

Walker court, from Flagg, near Putnam 
Walker place, from 130 Third, east, wd. 3 
Wallace, from 41 Garden to 38 Shepard, 
ward 1 [bert avenue, wd. 5 

Walnut avenue, from 23 Arlington to Lam- 
Walnut court, from 174 Putnam av., wd. 4 
Ware, from 385 Harvard, to 462 Broadway, 
ward 1 [ward 4 

Warland, from 71 Magazine to 70 Pleasant, 
Warren, from 263 Cambridge to Somerville 
line, ward 2 [ward 2 

Washington, from 375 Main to 32 Norfold, 
Washington avenue, from Lambert avenue 
to Foxcroft, ward 5 [ward 4 

Washington square (see Fort Washington), 
Water, from 185 Bridge, ward 3 



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49 



Water-house, from 17 Garden to 11 North 
avenue, ward 1 [ward 4 

Watson, from 49 Brookline to 94 Pearl, 
Waverly, from Henry to Hamilton, wd. 4 
Webster avenue, from 49 Hampshire to 

Somerville line, ward 2 
Weitze court, from 17 Seventh, ward 3 
Wellington, from Concord avenue, opposite 
Adams, to Wellington brook, Belmont 
line, ward 5 [ward 1 

Wendell, from 58 North avenue to Carver, 
West, from 53 Inman to Lee, ward 2 
Westacott court, from 224 Putnam avenue, 

ward 4 
Western avenue, from 622 Main, Central 

square to Brighton line, ward 4 
White, from Union square to Elm in Som- 
erville, ward 5 [Chestnut, ward 4 
Whitney avenue, from Putnam avenue to 
Whitney's court, from 8 Essex, ward 2 
Whittemore, from Lexington avenue, west, 
ward 5 [Auburn, ward 1 
Willard, from 114 Brattle to 185 Mount 



Willard court, from 19 Foster, ward 1 
Willard-street court, from 18 Willard, wd. 1 
William, from 87 Pearl to 2G River, wd. 4 
Willow, from 345 Cambridge to Somerville 

line, ward • [Elmwood av., ward 1 

Willis court, from Mount Auburn, opposite 
Winsor, from 403 Main to Somerville line, 

wards 4 and 2 
Winter, from 20G Bridge to 4 Fifth, wd. 3 
Winthrop, from 33 Holyoke to 8 Eiiot, wd. 1 
Winthrop square, junction Mount Auburn, 

Boylston and Winthrop, ward 1 
Woodlawn avenue, from Cashing, near 

Vineyard, to Cushing, near Belmont line, 

ward 1 [folk, ward 2 

Worcester, from 59 Columbia to 54 Nor- 
Worthington, from Lake View avenue to 

Lexington avenue, front of pumping 

station, ward 1 
Wright, from 33 Hudson to 8 Norton, wd. 5 
Wyeth, from 79 Concord avenue to 106 

Garden, ward 5 



HALLS, BUILDINGS, ETC. 



Allen's block, 171 to 181 Harvard 

Almshouse, Tannery, ward 5 

Armory Hall, Brattle square, ward 1 

Austin Hall, Temple, ward 2 

Ayers block, Third 

Baldwin block, rear 95 Main, near West 

Boston bridge, ward 2 
Beck Hall, Quincy square, junction Main 

Quincy and Harvard, ward 1 
Boyle's block, from 34 Charles, ward 3 
Brewer's block, Brattle square, ward 1 
Broadway block, Broadway, between Fifth 

and Main 
Brooks' building, 361 Main 
Buck's block, Seventh, corner Gore 
Buckley's Hall, 547 Main 
Burrage block, Bristol, between Hampshire 

and Webster avenue 
Butler's block, r. 10 Charles River, wd. 1 
Central square building, Green, ward 4 
Chronicle building, 573 Main, opp. Pearl 
City building, Brattle square, ward 1 
City Hall, 660 Main, ward 4 
Clark's block, 497 Main 
Concordia Hall, 200 Cambridge 
Conservatory Hall, 4 Lee, corner Main 
Court House, Third, corner Otis, E. C. 
Douglass block. Main, corner Essex 
Emerson's block, foot of Crescent av., wd. 5 
Felton building, Trowbridge, c. Cambridge 
Fiske's block, 423 to 439 Main 
Forester's Hall, 230 Cambridge 
Gilmore's block, Holworthy 
Goldsmith's Hall, 89 Cambridge 
Good Templars' Hall, 149 North avenue 



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Gothic Hall, Orchard, cor. Allen, ward 5 
Grant building, 623 Main 
G. A. R. Half (Post 56), 905 Main 
G. A. R. Hall (post 30), 573 Main 
G. A. R. Hall (post 57), 115$ Cambridge 
Hannnm block, 1 14 Broadway, n. G. J. R.R. 
Harugari Hall, Sixth, corner Spring 
Harvard or Little's block, 466 Harvard, 

corner Dunster 
Hawkins block, Charles, east of Third 
Henderson block, North av., opp. Walden 
Hermann's block, Monroe, n. Third 
Miller's block, Lilac court, Portland 
Hilton block, 424 Harvard, corner Linden, 

and 448 Harvard, corner Holyoke 
Hixon's block, 57 and 59 Portland 
House of Correction, Thorndike, near 

Third, East Cambridge 
Hovey's block, 402 Main 
Hyde's block, Main, Central square 
Independence Hall, rear 55 Norfolk 
Inman building, Cambridge, between Bea 

con and Springfield 
Institute Hall, 107 Cambridge 
Jordan's block, rear 12 Broadway 
Kernan block, rear 13 to 17 Charles River 
Knights of Honor Hall, 89 Cambridge 
Knights of Honor Hall, 555 Main 
Lechmere Bank building, Cambridge, cor 

Second 
Lechmere block, Bridge, junc. Cambridge 
Lechmere bldg. , Cambridge, junc. Bridge 
Linehan's block, Third, near Winter 
Lyceum building, Harvard sq., c. Brattle 
Lyceum Hall, Lyceum bldg., Harvard aq. 



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COLLEGE BUILDINGS, CEMETERIES. 



Lyceum Hall, Henderson block, North av. 
Main block, Main, corner Pearl 
Martin's block, 19 Lopez 
Ma.^onic block, 633 Main, near Temple 
Masonic Hall, 89 Cambridge, E. Cambridge 
Masonic Hall, (533 Main, Cambridgeport 
Melledge's block, Main, cer. Norfolk 
Moore's block, Mt. Auburn, cor. Charles 

River and Main, corner Trowbridge 
Moore's building, 6 and 8 Brattle 
Odd Fellows' building, 550 Main 
Odd Fellows' Hall, 15 Brattle, Cambridge 
Odd Fellows' Hall, 83 Cambridge, E. C. 
Odd Fellows' Hall, 240 North ave., North 

Cambridge 
Odd Fellows' Hall (new), 550 Main, 1884 
Odd Fellows' Hall, 583 Main, Cambridgep't 
Odd Fellows' Hall, 539 Main, Cambridgep't 
Pelham Hall, G03 Main 
Phi Beta Kappa Hall, 15 Brattle 
Porter's Hall, Porter's Hotel 
Potter's block, 187 to 199 North avenue 
Pythian Hall, Hyde's block, 003 Main 
Ramsay's building, 1 Brattle 
Reardoirs block, 23 Erie 
Hideout's block, State 
Robbins' block, 1 to 11 Prospect 
Rogerts' block, 15 Brattle 
Roberts' Hall, 15 Brattle 
Rogers' blocks, Main, between Washington 

and Brewery, between Brewery and Port 

land, 91 Mai . and 77 Washington 



Rolling Mill block, Bristol, between Berk- 
shire and Portland 
Sala Protective Hall, 6G Cambridge, corner 

Second 
Saunders' block, 38 and 42 North avenue 
Shea's block, 151 to 155 Bridge 
Shepherd's block, 9 Charles River 
Smart's building, rear 380 Main 
Social Union Hall. 15 Brattle 
Sons of Temperance Hall, Lechmere Bank 

building, Cambridge, East Cambridge 
Sovereign's Hall, 573 Main 
Squire's block, Squire's ct., from 164 Gore 
Stearns' block, Winthrop, cor. Dunstern 
Stratton's block, Cambridge, near Fifth 
Swinev's block, Gore, near Fifth 
Symond's block, 24 DeWolf 
Temperance Hall, Union square, North 

Cambridge 
Templars' Hall, 548 Main 
Temple block, Main, corner Temple 
Temple Hall, 631 Main 
Tilton's block, River, cor. Fairmou t 
Union Hall, G31 Main, corner Temple 
Watson block, 5G0 Main [Works 

Welch's block, North, opp. N. E. Glass 
Wellington Hall, Pearl 

Wheatland's blk., Cambridge, junc. Bridge 
Whitney's block, 4G5 Main 
Whitney's building, Brattle square 
Woodbury's building, Otis 



C0LLEQE BUILDINGS. 



Quincy 



oppo- 



180/: 

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Alumni Hall, junction Kirkland 

and Cambridge, 1874 
Appleton Chapel, College yard. 185G 
Astronomical Observatory, Garden, 

site Linnaaan, 1846 
Austin Hall, Holmes place, 1882 
Botanic Garden, Garden, c. Linnaean 
Boylston Hall, College yard, 1857 
Burnham Hall (Ep. Theo. Sem.), Brattle 
College House, 1 to 13 Harvard row, 1846 
Dane Hall, College yard, 1832 
Divinity Hall, Divinity avenue, 1726 
Gore Hall. College yard, 1838 
Gray's Hall, College yard, 1863 
Harvard Hall, College yard, 1766 
Hemenway Gymnasium, junction Kirkland 

and Holmes place. 1878 
Holden Chapel, College yard, 1724 



Hollis Hall, College yard, 1763 
Holworthy Hall, College yard, 1812 
Holyoke House, 450 to 458 Harvard, 1871 
Lawrence Hall, Brattle, near Mason, 1873 
Lawrence Scientific School, Kirkla d, cor. 

Holmes place, 1848 
Massachusetts Hall, College yard, 1720 
Matthews Hall, College yard, 1870 
Museum of Comparative Zoology, Divinity 

avenue and Oxford, 1859 
Peabody Museum of Archaeology, Divinity 

avenue, 1877 
Sever Hall, College yard, 1878 
Stoughton Hall, College vard, 1805 
Thayer Hall, College yard, 1869 
University Hall, College yard, 1812 
Wadsworth House, College yard, 1726 
Weld Hall, College yard,' 1871 



CEMETERIES. 



Cambridge, Coolidge av., near Watertown Old Burying Ground, ward 1, North ave., 

B. F. Wyeth, 



line, Jas. K. Farwell, supt 
Catholic, Spruce, opp. Jackson 
Mt. Auburn, Mt. Auburn St., n. Watertown 

line, Jas. W. Lovering, supt. 



opp. College Grounds, 
supt. 



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WHARVES. 



Bent's Geo. H., 1G8 Main 

Boynton's, 48 Bridge, Last Cambridge 

Brooks, 221 Bridge 

Bullard's, Western av. 

City, 184 Main 

College, foot of Dunster 

Day M., 132 Main, Lower Port 

Gale G. W., 09 Main 

Gas House, foot of Bath, ward 1 

Gas House, Third, near Broad canal 

Gore, Third, next gas- house 

Hall's, foot of East at., E. Cambridge 

Hasting's, East, near Bridge, E. Cambridge 

Holmes & liugg's, 1GG liiver 



Holt's, East, near Bridge, E. Cambridge 

N. E. Glass House, foot of North 

Revere Sugar Kefinery, foot of Water 

Sanborn's, GO Bridge, E. Cambridge 

Sargent's, foot of Charles River 

Smith's, 180 Main 

Towers, rear 180 Broadway 

Warren, Bridge st. , naxt to Craigie bridge 

Wellington Austin C, 5 Broadway 

Wellington H. H. & Co., 28 Bridge 

Winthrop, foot of DeWolf 

Wood Win. H. & Co., 13 Broadway 

Wyman's, 84 Bridge 



BRIDGES. 



Brookline st., from foot Brookline, Cam- 
bridgeport, to Boston 

Cambridge St., from River st., Cambridge- 
port, to Brighton District 

Canal or Craigie, from Cambridge st., East 
Cambridge, to Boston 

North Harvard St., from Boylston street, 
Cambridge, to Brighton district 



Prison Point, from Prison Point road, East 
Cambridge, to Charlestown 

West Boston, from Main St., Cambridge- 
port, to Boston 

Western avenne, from Western avenue, 
Cambridgeport, to Brighton district 



WARD BOUNDARIES. 



WARD 1. Beginning at the boundary 
line, between Cambridge and Belmont, on 
Concord avenue, thence by the centre of 
Concord avenue to Bond street, thence by 
the centre of Bond street to Garden street, 
thence by the centre of Garden street to 
Shepard street, thence by the centre of 
Shepard street to North avenue, thence by 
the centre of North avenue to Sacra- 
mento street, thence by the centre of Sac- 
ramento street to the boundary line be- 
tween Cambridge and Somerville, thence 
by said boundary line to a point wnich 
would be struck by the central line of 
Dana street, if extended northerly to said 
boundary line, thence by a line to Dana 
street, and by the centre of Dana street to 
Main street, thence by the centre of Main 
street to Mount Auburn street, thence by 
the centre of Mount Auburn street to Put- 
nam avenue, thence by the centre of Put 
nam avenue, to Western avenue, thence by 
the centre of Western avenue to the bound 
ary line between Cambridge and Brighton 
thence by said boundary line to the bound 
ary line between Cambridge and Water- 
town, thence by the last-mentioned bound 
ary line to the boundary line between 
Cambridge and Belmont, thence by the 
last mentioned boundary line to the point 
begun at. 



WARD 2. Beginning at the boundary 
ine between Cambridge and Somerville, 
at a point which would be struck by the 
central line of Dana street, if extended 
northerly to said boundary line, thence by 
a line to Dana street, and by the centre of 
Dana street to Main street, thence through 
the centre of Main street to Norfolk street, 
thence by the centre of Norfolk street to 
Washington staeet, thence by the centre of 
Washington street, to the junction of 
Washington and Main streets, thence by 
a line at a right angle, southerly to the 
water, thence by the water to the mouth 
of Broad canal, thence by the centre of 
Broad canal to North canal, thence by the 
centre of North canal, and northerly, in a 
line continued therefrom, to the boundary 
line between Cambridge anft Somerville, 
thence by said boundary line to the point 
begun at. 

WARD 3. Beginning at the mouth of 
Broad Canal, thence by the centre or Broad 
canal to North Canal, thence by the centre 
of North canal, and northerly, in a line 
continued therefrom, to the boundary line 
between Cambridge and Somerville, thence 
by said boundary line to the waters of 
Charles river, thence by tlTe water to the 
point begun at. 



WARD BOUNDARIES. 



WARD 4. Beginning at the boundary] WARD 5. Beginning at the boundary 
line between Cambridge and Brighton, online between Cambridge and Belmont, on 
-western avenue thence through the* centre Concord avenue, thence by the centre of 
of Western avenue to Putnam avenue, Concord avenue to Bond street, thence by 



thence through the centre of Putnam ave 
nue to Mount Auburn street, thence 



the centre of Bond street to Garden street, 
thence by the centre of Garden street to 



through the centre of Mount Auburn Shepard street, thence by the centre of 
street to Main street, thence through the Shepard street to North avenue, thence by 
centre of Main street to Norfolk street, to the centre of Nortn avenue to Sacramento 
Washington street, thence through the street, thence by the centre of Sacramento 
centre of Washington street to the junction street to the boundary line between Cam- 



of Washington and Main streets, thence by 
aline at a right angle, southerly, to the 
water, thence by the water to the point be 
gun at. 



bridge and Somerville. thence by said boun- 
dary line to the boundary line between Cam- 
bridge and Arlington, thence by the said 
last-mentioned boundary line to the point 
begun at. 



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ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS DIRECTORY. 

Ab., above; agt., agent; asst., assistant; av., avenue: b, or bds., boards; bet., between ; bid?., build- 
ing; blk., block; (B ), Boston; B. & L. II. R., Boston & Lowell Railroad; C. M. R.R , Central Massa- 
chusetts Bailroa 1; Cambridge UK- Co., Cambridge Railroad Co.; Charles R R. Co., Charles River Rail- 
way Co.; com. mer , commission merchant; c. or cor., corner; cr., court: C. W. W , Cambridge Water 
Works; Ep. Theo. School, Episcopal Theological School; F. P. I. Co., Fresh Pond Ice Co.; h , house; 
H. U., Harvard University: lab., laborer; L. P., Lower Port; mkr., maker; innfr., manufacturer; n., 
near; opp. opposite; pi., place; P. O., Po*t Office; pres., president; rd., road; Rev.. Reverend; r., 
rear; Bt., street; sec, secretary; Som., Somerville; sq., square; supt., superintendent; treas., treasurer; 
U. E S. Co., Union Electric Signal Co.; U. 8. A., United States Army; U. 8. N., United States Navy; 
whf , wharf; whol.. wholesale : wid., widow. Where the name of a corporation, factory or firm appears 
immediately after the name, it indicates the place of business. After the name of the street the word 
street is omitted. 



FOR FULL, LIST OF COLLEGE OFFICERS, STUDENTS, ETC 

NEOUS DEPARTMENT. 



SEE MISCELLA- 



AARON LEWIS (Aaron & Parker), cigar Abbott Ezra, building mover, h. 31 Winsor 
maker, 513 Main, h. 2^ Douglass Abbott Frank E.. express driver Adams 

Aaron Mary J., nurse, h. 1 Symonds blk.. Express (40 Court, B.). b. 31 Winsor 

IX- Wolf Abbott George H., theatrical agent, b. 5 

Aaron Moss, cigar maker, h. 10 Harrison I Dickinson 

Aaron & Parker (Lewis Aaron and Frederic Abbott Horatio N., engineer, 203 Bridge, 
C. Parker), cigars and tobacco, 513 h use 154 Cambridge 

Main Abbott John E., express, h. 29 Clark 



Aaronson Aaron, h. 212 Camb. 
Abbott Anne W. Miss. b. 23 Berkeley 
Abbot Ezra Mrs., h. 23 Berkeley 
Abbot Francis E., teacher, h. G Larch 
Abbot George W., tobacco com. mer. (21 

Central wharf, B.), h. 294 Harvard 
Abbot Sophia L. Mrs., h. 294 Harvard 
Abbott Adeline Mrs., h. 25 Sparks-st. ct 
Abbott Albion F., polisher, h. 4-i Essex 
Abbott A. W.. coffin maker, 203 Bridge 
Abbott Arthur T., polisher, b. 4£ E<sex 
Abbott Brazilian C, coffin maker 

Bridge, house at South Boston 
Abbott Charles L., counselor-at-law (48 

Congress, room 22, B.), b. 286 Pearl 
Abbott C- J., conductor Cambridge R. Co. 
Abbott Edward Rev., pastor St. James 

church, h. 11 Dana 
Abbott Edward M. Mrs., h. 7 Chauncy 
Abbott Elizabeth C, wid. of Jesse B. f h. 

19 Fairmont 



Abbott John K., real estate (22 Tremont 
Bow, B.), h. 37 Tremont 

Abbott John P.. printer, h. 431 Cambridge 

Abbott John W., foreman 573 Main, house 
at Somerville 

Abbott Levi, machinist, h. 28G Pearl 

I Abbott Lucy K. Mrs., boarding-house, 5 
Dickinson 

J Abbott Richard S., block maker, h. 57 Winsor 

j Abbott S. Elizabeth, wid. of Chas. S., h. 61 
Norfolk 
33 Abbott Albert Warren, asst. engineer, 203 
Bridge, b. 154 Cambridge 

Abele Joseph J., hairdresser, 337 Main, 
boards do. [Co. 

Abell Charles L., conductor Charles R. R. 

Abercrombie Sarah G., widow of Milo B., 
h. 26 Brattle 

Abercrombie Talulah G. Miss, at (Welles- 
ley College), b. 10 Concord av. 



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Abercrombie Winona Miss, principal Low- 
ell primary school, 10 Concord av. 

Aberle Charles, action maker, 139 Broad- 
way, h. off Eighth, near Spring 

Aberle F., currier M filler Bros., house at 
Boston 

Aberle Henry, wine salesman, boards Mrs. 
Jacob Aberle's, off Eighth [Spring 

Aberle Jacob Mrs., house off Eighth, near 

Aberle John, cooper, boards Mrs. Jacob 
Aberle's, Eighth 

Abrahams Henry, cigar maker, h. 6 Decatur 

Abrahams Rosetta J. Mrs., house 41 Som- 
ersett 

Acl.enback Chaales, shade painter, 15 
Blanche, boards 38 Spring 

Acheson Henry' laborer, h. 22 Pioneer av. 

Ackman Arthur, iron moulder, 356 Main, 
house at Boston Highlands 

Ackers Charles H., bookbinder, 7 Brattle, 
boards 1G Jay [16 Jay 

Ackers John L. P., painter, 460 Main, h. 

Adams Adelbert A., trav. salesman (24 
Lincoln, B.), house 83£ Prospect 

Adams Annie I., widow of Harry, house 
3 Walnut avenue 

Adams Asbury F., molder H. M. Bird, Pel- 
ham, bds. i66 Main 

Adams Caroline M., widow of Reuben A., 
boards Porter's Hotel 

Adams Charles, teamster, bds. 88 Third 

Adams Charles E., key finisher, 139 Broad- 
way, house 99£ Cambridge 

Adams Charles J., h. 3 Walnut av. 

Adams Charles O., fireman (P. 0. Boston), 
house 58 Auburn 

Adams Charles P., painter, B. & L. R. R. 

shop, boards at Charlestown 
LAdams Charles W., bookkeeper (14 Sud- 
bury, Boston), h. 442 Broadway 

Adams C. W. S. (14 Central wharf, Boston) 
boards Porter's Hotel 

Adams Ella M. Mrs., h. 1 Pine 

Adams Edward F., bookkeeper (39 Frank- 
lin, B.), h. 89 Thorndike 

Adams Emmons T., bookkeeper, rooms 
59 Pearl 

ADAUIS FREEDOM S., Union 
Carpet Beating Co. (228 Cambridge 
B.), house 32 Tremont 
Adams F. W., driver Cambridge R. R. Co 
Adams George B., solar printer(32 Hayward 

place, B.), bds. 10 Shepard 
Adams George E., confectionery mnfr., 91 

Winsor, house 90 do. 
Adams Georgianna, stenographer, 502 Main 
Adams Harry B., broker (277 Washington, 

B.), boards 2 Walnut ave. 
Adams Ivers W., pres. Am. Net and Twine 

Co., Third, and (43 Commercial, B.), 

house at Dorchester 
Adams James, laborer, B. & M. R. R. de- 
pot (B.), h. rear 54 Winter 
Adams James Harvey, laborer, house 182 

Cambridge 



Adams James H., cabinet maker (B.), 

house 161 Broadway 
Adams John P., gas fixtures, 12 Harvard, 

row, house 10 Shepard 
Adams John T., laborer, h. 50 Portland 
Adams Joseph M., whalebone-worker, (24 

Lincoln, B.), house 4 Tufts 
Adams J. Gedney, bookkeeper (65 Black- 
stone, B.), house 8 Wallace 
Adams Kate Miss, dressmaker, 195 North 

av., house 27 Cogswell av. 
Adams Lizzie Mrs., h. end of Bennett 
Adams Lizzie A. Miss, h. 17 Winthrop 
Adams Mack, teamster, b. 4 Potter 
Aams Mary A., widow of James Q., board- 
ing-house, 42 River 
Adams Maurice H., machinist. Am. Net and 

Twine Co., house 152 Cambridge 
Adams Peter, printer, University Press, 

house 1 Snow place 
Adams R. A. Mrs., bds. Porter's Hotel 
Adams Robert B., conductor Chas. R.R. Co 
Adams Reuben A., clerk (24 Exchange pi., 

Boston), b. Porter's Hotel 
Adams So.vhio, widow of Elihue, h. 9 Day 
Adams Theodore P., teacher High school, 

house at Boston 
Adams Walter H., hairdresser (Revere 

House, B.), house 124 Pearl 
Adams William, cutter (28 Summer, B.), 

house 11 River 
Adams William R. (Adams & Lincoln), dry 

goods, 98 and 207 Cambridge, house 

106 do. 
Adams & Lincoln (William R. Adams and 

Alfred Lincoln), dry goods, 98 and 207 

Cambridge 
A. D. Club, 14 Dunster 
Adelstine John G., cigar maker, 35 Pearl, 

house 12 Suffolk 
Adler George, tailor, opp. 415 Broadway, 

house Spring, near Seco d 
Ag ssiz Alexander, curator Museum of 

Comparative Zoology H. U. and (19 

Pemberton sq., B.), h. 36 Quincy 
Agassiz Elizabeth C, widow of Louis, 

house 36 Quincy 
Agassiz George R., rooms 36 Quincy 
Agnew Laurence, polisher, house 39 li 

Cambridge 
Aguilar Ant ony, 416 Harvard, b. 100 River 
Ahearn Bridget, widow, h. 169 Norfolk 
Ahearn Archie, blacksmith, b. 189 Spruce 
Ahearn David, h. 29 Cambaidge 
Ahearn Dennis, baker, 502 Main, house 

45 Amory 
Ahearn Ellen Mrs., h. 45 Amory 
Ahearn Jeremiah, periodicals, etc., 27 

River, house at Boston 
Ahearn Jeremiah C, marble cutter, R. L. 

Sands, house 18 Railroad 
Ahearn Maggie E. Miss, clerk, 3 Austin, 

b. 3 do. [Dublin 

Ahearn Mary, widow of Dennis, house 200 
Ahearn Maurice, lab., h. 149 Dublin 



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Ahearn Maurice, laborer, h. r. 3G Harvard 

Ahearn Maurice J., house Hotel Wentworth 
9 Essex 

Ahearn Morris, seaman, bds. 139 Elm 

Ahearn Richard A., horse shoer, boards 200 
Dublin 

Ahearn Thomas, marble worker (Boston), 
house 41 Jefferson 

Ahearn Timothy, baker, h. 170 Franklin 

Ahearn, see O'Hearn 

Ahern Dennis, brick layer, house 3 Shep- 
herd's block, Charles River 

Ahern Maurice, elevator man, American 
Rubber Co. 

Ahern Mary, widow of John, h. 18 Railroad 

Ahern Michael, brick layer, house 2 Em- 
mons place 

Aherne William, porter (B.), h. Bennett 

Ahern, see Ahearn, O'Hearn 

Aigin, see Eagan, also Egan 

Aiken Charles H., clerk, 360 Cambridge, 
boards 152 Spring 

A ken Fred J., 3G0 Camb., b. 152 Spring 

Aiken Hannah U. Mrs., h. 39 Fourth 

Aiken Joseph M. (Aiken & Woodard), 3G0 
Camb., h. 152 Spring 

Aiken & Woodard (Joseph M. Aiken and 
Jonas Woodard), charcoal, hay, etc., 
3G0 Cambridge 

Aikens Anthony, coachman, h. GO Hastings 

Ainsley J., molderH. M. Bird, Pelham 

Akarman John N., supt. Charles 

Railway Co., 484 Main, h. 8 Summer 

Akerman Geo., machinist 2 Albanv, h. 59 
Pearl 

Akerman M. Louise Miss, teacher River- 
side Primary School b. 9 Sumner 

Alamen Louis, varnisher, h. 53 North 

Alary Louis, hairdresser 427 Main, h. 186 
Green [55 Spring 

Albee Herbert, sausage maker (B.), rooms 

ALBEE SUUINER, overseer of the 
poor and attorney-at-law (30 Court, 

rooms 13 and 14, B.), h. 30 Essex 
Albce Sumner R., student, b. 30 Essex 
Alberts Albert, laborer, h. 131 Third 
Alberts Clement P., h. 131 Third 
Alberts Frank, laborer, b. 131 Third 
Alhv Andrew, cook, h. rear G4 Charles 
Alden Carrie A. Miss, pianist, b. 471 Main 
Alden Chas. A. (North, cor. Blaekstone. 

B.), b. 78 Hancock 
Alden Fannie L. Miss, music teacher 471 

Main, boards do. 
Alden Geo. A., commission merchant, rub- 
ber and gutta percha (167 Congress, 

B.), h. 317 Harvard 
Alden Geo. W. A. (W. R. Alden & Son), 

plasterer, boards 19 Hewes 
Alden G. Edwin, clerk (167 Congress, B.), 

boards 317 Harvard 
Alden Louisa M. Mrs 

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Alden Oliver, painter, Camb. R. Co. 
Dudley, near North avenue 

Alden Owen, baker 121 Third, h. do. 

Alden Sophia D., widow of Elbridge G., 
house 78 Hancock 

Alden Wm. T., fly finisher 162 Broadway, 
house 21 Essex 

Alden William R. (W. R. Alden & Son), 
plasterer, house 19 Hewes 

Alden W. R. & Son (Wm. R. and Geo. W. 
Alden), plasterers 19 Hewes 

Aldrich Edwin H., book-keeper 243 Broad- 
way, house 142 Washington 

Aldrich Frank, starch, etc. (55 Kilby, B.), 
house Washington avenue, corner Ar- 
lington 

Aldrich G., 54 Bridge 

Aldrich Lurilla Mrs., b. 31 Brewery 

Alexander Abram, crockerv and groceries 
644 Main, h. 112 Green 

Alexander Aroline Mrs., h. 141 Mt. Auburn 

Alexander Daniel, laborer, h. 93 Elm 

Alexander Giles R., carpenter, house 3 
Rogers' block, Main 

Alexander G. W., hostler Camb. R. Co., 
River Street stable [Columber 

Alexander John, lockmaker 17 Main, h. 96 

Alexander Joseph, machinist 72 Main, h. 
Rogers' court 

Alexander J. Scott, sergeant police station, 
house 23 Essex 
River Alexander Leonard, b. 37 Main 

Alexander Lydia, widow of James, house 
rear 69 Brattle 

Alexander Margaret, widow of John, dress- 
maker, h. 97 Western avenue 

Alexander Mary, wid. of Hugh, h. 3 Green 

Alexander Ruth A., widow of Geo., h. 4 
Rogers' block, Main [6 Mason 

Alexander Thomas Mrs., music teacher, b. 

Alexander Thomas, printer University 
Press, b. G Mason 

Alexandrian P., machinist 72 Main 

ALGER ALPHEIS B., lawyer 
and bail commissioner (23 Court, 
B.), b. E. A. Alger's, Mt. Vernon 
Alger Amanda M., teacher Riverside Prim- 
ary School, b. E. A. Alger's, Mount 
Vernon 

ALGER EDWIN A., lawyer (23 
Court, B.), h. Mt. Vernon 
Alger Morton, house 33 Sacramento 
Alger Stanley D., fireman F. R. R,, b. 33 

Sacramento 
Alghieri Simon, soup mnfr. Main, opp. 

Portland, house 56 Norfolk 
Alkern Robert, shoemaker Hampshire, cor. 

Prospect, house do. 
Allan Thomas, foreman of machinists 356 

Main, house rear 28 Front 
Allan, see Allen, also Allyn 
dressmaker 471Allard Charles N., laborer State, corner 
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Allard F. E., conductor Cambridge R. Co., 

rooms 12 Dunster 
Allen Albert F. (Morrill & Allen), steam 
engines, etc,, 356 Main, b. 250 Broad- 
way 
Allen Alexander V. G., professor Ecclesi- 
astical History, Episcopal Theological 
School, house 2 Phillips place 
Allen Annie Miss, clerk (State House, B.), 

bds. 56 Austin 
Allen Ann, widow, h. 11 Fifth 
Allen Ann, wid. of Jas., h. 86 Washington 
Allen Caleb C, office 356 Main, house 26 

Columbia 
Allen Catharine, widow, h. 155 Pearl 
Allen Chas. C, janitor Gray's Hall and 

Wads worth Hall, house Wadsworth 

Allen Chas. G., clerk (103 State, B.), b. 

69 Brattle [Shepard 

Allen Crawford C, student H. U., b. 52 

Allen Daniel, machinist 92 Main, b. 175 

Main 
Allen Edgar H., machinist, 72 Main, h. 10 

Tufts 
Allen Edmund J., painter, h. 33 Market 
Allen Elizabeth, widow of George S., h 

18 Hubbard are. 
Allen Fannie Miss, teacher Otis primary 

school, b. 11 Fifth 
Allen Frank A., Oriental Tea Co. ( 

Court, B.), h. 2(',3 Harvard 
Allen Fred. 1).. prof. H. IL, h. 18 Summer 
Allen Frederick IL, machinist (B.), h. 

Harvard 
Allen Frederic W., shipper (H. A. John- 
son, State, B.), rooms 33 Fourth 
Alle n George, engineer, rooms Riverside 

place 
Allen George, foreman (18 P. 0. sq., B.), 

house 13 State 
Allen George, key examiner, 139 Broadway 
Allen George A., marble cutter A. Mc 

Donald, b. 10 Brewer 
Allen George W., expressman Lyceum 

building, Harvard row. h. 35 Flagg 
Allen Henrv, cooper, b. 151 Otis 
Allen Henry G. Mrs., h. 14 Ware 
Allen Henry W., wines, liquors, etc. (27 

No. Market, B.). h. 29 Suffolk 
Allen Herbert D., stock clerk, 162 Broad. 

wav, h. Acorn, c. Chestnut 
Allen Herbert M., b. 263 Harvard 
Allen James, carpenter, h. 52 Charles 
Allen James, laborer, b. 143 Elm 
Allen Jane M., widow of Wilkes, h. 69 

Brattle 
Allen Jeremiah, junk, h. 2 Willow 
Allen Joel A., asst. in Ornithology, Muse- 
um of Comparative Zoology, H. IL, b. 
339 Broadway 
Alien Joseph, teamster, 13 Broadway, bds. 

180 Main 
Allen J., carver, 54 Bridge 
Allen J. Addison, h. 229 Broadway 



'Allen Kate A., widow of John C, h. 155 

Pearl [56 Austin 

Allen Lydia A., widow of Avery T., house 

Allen Mary, widow of James, h. 33 Charles 

River 
Allen Mary, widow of John, h. 55 Fourth 
Allen Mary, widow of Jonathan, house 7 

William 
Allen Matthew, laborer, h. 178 Green 
Allen Nathan L., h. 18 Hubbard av. 

ALdLEN OSCAR F., bookkeeper, 
Cambrid e Savings Bank, 2 Harvard 

row, h. 42 Hamilton 
Allen O. W. Mrs., h. 14 Hamilton 
Allen Richard B., h. 57 Shepard 
Allen Thomas Mrs-, h. 177£ Harvard 
Allen William, 162 Broadway, rms. 1 

Hampshire 
Allen William II. B., h. 13 Market 
Allen William M., paper ruler (31 Milk, 

room 38, B.), h. 189 Cambridge 
Allen Wm. T.. clerk, b. 177£ Harvard 
Allen, see Allan, also Allyn 
Alles A. E., driver Cambridge C. Co. 
Alley Elliot E., upholsterer, 73 Thorndike, 

house do. 
Alley W. Frank, traveling salesman, 503 

Main, b. 7 Fpton 
Allison Emil, painter, h. 25 Walnut court 
Allison George A., flour (3 Commercial, 

B.), h. 35 Cogswell av. 
Allnutt Frederick G., dining-room, 13 

Brattle, h. 13 Mellen 
Allyn Horace A., supt. of Cambridge Gas 

Light Co's Works, Third, house 471 

Broadway [471 Broadway 

Allyn Jane, widow of Edwin G. , house 
Allyn Rebecca P., widow of Rufus B., h. 5 

Berkeley 
Allyn William W., surveyor Cummings, 

Kenney & Co., h. 33 Seventh 
Almgren Lena, widow of Alexander, house 

2 Rogers' block, Washington 
Almy Charles jr., asst. U. S. attorney, U. 

S. Court House (140 Tremont, B.), h. 

1 Brewster Place [91 Brookline 

Alphen Garrett, grease colleeior, house 
Alphen Michael, laborer, h. 91 Brookline 
Altmiller August, tinsmith, h. 83 Sixth 
Alvord Arthur H., receiving clerk, cor. 

Chauncy and Summer (B). h. 4 Upton 
Ambrose Johh L. , first asst. clerk of courts, 

Court House. Thtrd. h. at Somerville 
Ambush Ann, widow, h. 58 Washington 
Ambush Chas. S., porter, h. 58 Washington 
Amee Albert F., clerk, 5 Harvard sq., bds. 

894 Main 

AUIEE BROTHERS, (William 
A. Amee), stationery, etc., 5 Har- 
vard square 
Amee Ellen, widow of John, h. 894 Main 
Amee John, clerk, 5 Harvard square, bds. 
884 Main [Main 

Amee Lucy A., widow of Jacob, h. 894 



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Amee William A. (Amee Bros.), station- 
ery, etc., 5 Harvard sq., b. 894 Main 

American Net and Twine Co., mnfrs. nets, 
seines and twines, Third, office (43 
Commercial, Boston) 

AMERICAN RUBBER CO., 
rubber goods mnfrs., Robert I). Ev- 
ans, Prest., Oscar W. Paine, Treas., 
Potter, and (59 Franklin, B.) 
A MERICAIV STEAM SAFE 
J\. AND IRONWORKS, George 

L. Damon, prop., 17 Main 
Ames Addie E., widow of Howard B.,h. 54 

Boylston 
Ames Henrv G 
way, b. 23 
Ames James Bare Bussey, 
H. U., h. 11 Frisbe pi. 
Ames John G., carpenter, h. 23 Front 
Ames Simon, polisher, 139 Broadway, b. 23 

Front 
Ammidon Alfred P., b. 02 Buckingham 
Ammidon Philip Pv. (B.),h. 62 Buckingham 
Ammidon Russell P., salesman (169 Wash- 
ington, B.), b. 02 Buckingham [ct. 
Amrose Edward, city laborer, h. 10 Hayes 
Amstead Frank M., laborer, b. r. 385 
Broadway [Wright 

Anderson Abbv, widow of Matthew, h. 59 

ANDERSON ALFRED, carpenter 
U Soden, h. 00 River 
Anderson Anders G., laborer. 109 Gore, h. 

5 Eighth 

Anderson Archibald, box maker Hazlett & 
Underbill, h. 79 Vine 

Anderson Arrel, laborer, h. rear Lopez 

Anderson August, 17 Main, h. Fosters' 
block, Baldwin place L*J1 Main, 

Anderson Charles, safe maker, 17 Main, h. 

Anderson Charles, teamster, h. Murray, c. 
Hilton place 

Anderson Charles A., piano maker, 20 Al- 
bany, h. at Hyde Park 

Anderson Charles E., safe maker, 17 Main, 
h. 3 Baldwin place 

Anderson Charles E., clerk, 8h Mount Au- 
burn, h. 50 Trowbridge 

Anderson Clarence A., box maker, Hazlett 

6 Underbill, Second 

Anrlerson E., piano case maker, 20 Albany 
Anderson Edward C, clerk, 25 Boylston, b. 

59 Wright [b. do. 

Anderson Elias, gardener, 11 Fayerweather 
Anderson Elizabeth, widow of Benjamin, h. 

9 Seventh 
Anderson Elizabeth J. Mrs., metaphvsician 

40 Norfolk, h. do. [47 Norfolk 

Anderson Ernest S., clerk (B.), house 
Anderson Frank L., carpenter (B.), h. r. 

59 Winter 
Anderson Frank, 17 Main, h. 3 Broadway 
Anderson Frederick, laborer, h. r. 2 Ninth 
Anderson George A., cabinet maker 44 

Cambridge, house at Boston 



Anderson Hans, 17 Main, rooms. 193 do. 
Anderson Harry E., clerk, 399 Main, h. 
Lopez [h. 118 Spring 

Anderson Ivan I., cabinet maker, 44 Carab. 
Anderson I. M., printer, University Press. 
Anderson James, machinist, 29 Main, b. 11 

Winsor 
Anderson James, carpenter, Palmer, near 
Church, h. 15 Brewer [man pi. 

Anderson James jr., carpenter, h. 7 Chap- 
Anderson James jr., teamster, W. T. Rich- 
ardson & Co., h. 5 Otter 
Anderson Jas., laborer, h. 32 Charles River 
Anderson John, farmer, J. G. Coolidge, h. 

Willis court 
Anderson John, cabinet maker, house 02 
Broadway [h. 11 Revere 

Anderson John, clerk, 2 and Harvard row, 
Anderson Jonn, safe mader, h. 04 Broadway 
Anderson JohnE., teamster, 131 Broadwav 

h. 279 do. 
Anderson M., cabinet maker, A- H. Daven- 
port. 44 Camb.. h. 118 Spring 
Anderson Mads, ladder maker, b, 129 Spring 
Anderson Nils-, 17 Main, h. 101 do. 
Anderson Otto, piano maker, 20 Albany, h. 

71 Washington 

Anderson Peter, carpenter, 153 Putnam av. 

h. 104 Pleasant [h. 02 Broadway 

Anderson Pierre, case maker, 20 Albany, 

Anderson Robert, fruit, 137 Mt. Auburn, 

h. 7 Gerry 
Anderson Stephen, brass moulder (33 Haw- 
kins, B.)-, h. 72 Spring 
Anderson Stephen jr., brass moulder (33 

Hawkins, B.), b. 72 Spring 
Anderson Win., glass cutter, N. E. Glass 

Works. North, h. 114 Spring 

Anderson William, teamster. College whf. , 

h. 10 Beaver [place 

Anderson William, printer, h. Garden st. 

Anderson Wm. B., foreman, 17 Main, h. at 

Melrose 
Anderson Wm. J... tinman, rms. 202 Sidney 
Anderson Wm. L., safe maker, 17 Main 
Anderson Wm. T., laborer, b. 101 Brook- 
line [91 Main 

Anderson ~, laborer, n. Rogers' block, 

Andrews Ardelia A., widow of Wm. H. , h. 

7 Day 

Andrews D. Herbert, wroaght iron bridges, 

Sixth, cor. Rogers (13 Pemb. sq. B.), 

h. at Chelsea 

Andrews Frank, finisher, h. foot of Second 

Andrews George E., clerk (67 Summer, 

B.). b. 233£ Broadway 
Andrews John D., case maker, 102 Broad- 
way, h. 233£ do. [Broadway 
Anderson John E., wood turner, h. 279 
Andrews Launcelot W., analytical chemist, 
h. 419 Broadway [James 
Andrews Lizzie A. Miss, trained nurse, b. 3 
Andrews Mary E., teacher private school} 
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Andrews Mary E.. widow, h. 171 Winsor 
Andrews Robert R., dentist, 432 Harvard, 

li. 834 Main 
Andrews Wm. A., piano action maker, 113 

Broadway, h. Hotel Brooks 
Andros Henry S., apothecary, 641 Main, h. 

11 Temple 
Anezin Augustine N., clerk, 209 Broadway. 

h. at Boston Highlands 
Angello Frank, laborer, rms. 140 Third 
Anglin Jas., laborer gas-works, h. 34 Banks 
Anglin Michael, laborer, gas works, house 

^ 24 Flagg 
Annable John F., coffees (38 Broad, B.) 

bds. 32 Lee 
Annis Janiel. machinist B. & L. R. R. shop 
Ansell Stephen H., painter, house 6 Rogers' 

block, Washington [vard, h. do. 

Anshelm John H., shoemaker, 158 Har- 
Anshelm Louis J., wood printer. Rideout 

block. State, house 189 Broadway 
Anslev Eliza Miss, house 305 Main 
Ansley John D.. molder H. M. Bird, Pel- 
ham, house 14 Worcester 
Ansley William S., telegraph operator, bds. 

305 Main 
A - thony Charles, carpenter, h. 23 Suffolk 
Anthony Charles, polisher, 139 Broadway. 

house 29 Sixth 
Anthony Lewis A., house 20 Mead 
Anthonv Samuel L., cook (B.), h. 110 

Winsor [800 Main 

Anthony William A. (09 Purchase, B), h. 
A pel Frederick, police station 3, h. 25 Sixth 
Appleby George A., polisher, 137 Broad- 
way, bds. 21 School 
Appleby Mark H., special police American 

Rubber Co.. house 21 School 

APPLEGATE A JIDSON, jew- 
eler, 571 Main, h. 178 Putnam av. 
Appleton Charles T. P., shoes (13 Court, 

B.), h. 57 Dana 
Appleton C. Frank, boots and shoes (13 
Court, B.), house 3 Ellsworth avenue 
A PPJLETOI* JOHN H., counsel- 
J\_ or-at-law (23 Court, room 93 B.), h. 

301 Harvard 
Appleton Warren J., sign painter (292 

Washington, B.), house 12 Cottage 
Applin Clarence S., salesman (27 Sudbury, 

B.), house 131 North avenue 
Applin Delia M. Miss, house 7 Dover 

APPLIN SUMNER (Shaw, Applin 
& Co.), furniture mnfr., 54 Bridge 
and (27 Sudbury, B.), h. 131 North 
avenue 
Apsey Ge.rge W., clerk Camb. Water 

Board, bds. 11 Cogswell avenue 
Apsey Wm. S. Rev., pastor North Cam- 
bridge Baptist Society, house 11 Cogs- 
well avenue [B.), h. 9 Park 
Arakelvan Jacob J., printer (220 Franklin, 
Archambeau Alfred, second-hand clothi ig, 
4 Brattle, house 87 Wendell 



Archdale William C, express messenger, 

house 513 Cambridge 
Archer Ellen M. Mrs., copyist, Otis, cor. 

Second, rooms 133 Otis 
Archibald Johnnie, laborer, bds. Ayers 

block. Third 
Archibald John, shoemaker, h. r. 152 P arl 
Archibald Robert, machinist, h. Avers' 

block, Third 
Arenstrup John A. C, cabinet-maker, 84 

Main, house 121 Harvard 
Arentzen James W.. piano finisher, 20 

Albany, house at Hyde Park 
Arey Reuben, leather (39 High, B.), house 

Washington avenue, near Arlington 
Arkerson Francis, rope-maker, house 88 

Webster avenue 
Arkerson George W., bookkeeper (53 Dev- 
onshire, room 4, B.), honse 85 River 
Arkerson Leonard, rope mnfr. (Western 

avenue, Brighton), h. 85 River 
Arkerson Rocelia C. Mrs., variety store, 77 

Pleasant, house 07 Western avenue 
Arkerson Wm. H., rope maker, house G7 

Western avenue 
Arlow James G. (Arlow & Barnes), pro- 
visions 157 Harvard 
ARLOW & BARNES (J. G. Ar- 
low and W. B. Barnes), provisions, 
157 Harvard [Otis 

Arms Jennie M. Miss, teacher (B.), bds. 73 
Armstead Chancy, wid. h. r. 358 Broadway 
Armstrong Charles (Armstrong & Co.), 

lithographer, Riverside Press, house at 

Allston [h. 58 Elm 

Armstrong Frank J., piano action maker, 
Armstrong F. 0., setter up, 139 Broadway, 

house 20 Essex [404 Main 

Armstrong Henrietta A., widow of John, h. 
Armstrong Henry, polisher, 102 Broadway, 

house 59 Moore [59 Moore 

Armstrong Henry V., 102 Broadway, house 
Armstrong Irwin, janitor Riverside school, 

house 10 Hayes court 
Armstrong James, marble worker, bds. 

Chestnut park 
Armstrong James, tinsmith, h. 20 Sidney 
Armstrong Jane, wid. of James, h. 25 Mill 
Armstrong Janet I., widow of Richard, h. 

10 Tufts [Harvard sq. stable 

Armstrong J., feeder, Cambridge R. Co., 
Armstrong Osman S., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 50 Trowbridge 
Armstrong W., hostler Camb. R. Co. stable. 

201 Main 
Armstrong William, cooper, bds. Porter 
Armstrong Wm., cabinet maker, 12 Gore, 

house at Greenwood 
Armstrong Wm., marble worker, house 

Chestnut Park 
Armstrong & Co. (Charles Armstrong), 

lithographers, Riverside Press 
Arnaud Wm. S., supt. P. O., 011 Main, h. 
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Arno John, grocer, 46 Auburn, house 31 

Brookline 
Arnold Alfred C, bds. 10 Frisbie place 
Arnold Ann. wid. of Joseph, h. 156 Pleasant 
Arnold Edward L. , leather com. merchant 

(70 High. B.), bds 741 Main 
Arnold Elbridge W., foreman of stable, 

220 Portland, h. r. 152 Prospect 
Arnold George, nurse, h. 40 North avenue 
Arnold George A., asst. librarian Law 

School. II. IT., house 713 Cambridge 
Arnold Geo. B., teamster (B.), h. 12 Eighth 
Arnold George Francis, asst. in library, H. 

U., house 3 James 
Arnold Gilbert G, journalist, house •" Park 
Arnold James L.. clerk. 337 Main,b. 1 State 
Arnold Jane Bliss, dressmaker, house 94 

Auburn [U., h. 10 Frisbie. place 

Arnold John II., lihrarian Laf School, H. 
Arnold John L., vegetable peddler, h. r. 10 

South [School 

Arnold Joseph, 137 Broadway, h. Hotel 
Arnold Joseph O., sawver. 386 Main. bds. 

174 Harvard [B.). h. 5 Park 

Arnold Joseph W., salesman (123 Pearl. 
Arnold Samuel S., leather (14 Matthews. 

Boston), house 741 Main 
Arnold Tliun i<. carpenter, h. 174 Harvard 
Arnold Urban E., clerk (32 Bedford. B.). 

bds. 5 Park 
Arnold Walter II.. clerk, bds. 5 Park 

Arn >ld house Erie 

Arntz A rue. tailor (B.), rooms 2 Bristol 

Aronson Gustaf. at 17 Main 

Aronson Laroz, laborer, h. 1 Rogers' block. 

Washington 
Aronson Laroz F. Jr., coppersmith, b. 1 

Rogers' block. Washington 
Artesani Alfred, shoemaker. 7 Harvard sq., 

house 107 Pleasant 
Arthur George S., iceman, h. 10 Plymouth 
Arthur William, carpenter, 373 Main. bds. 

90 Pleasant [Somerrille 

Ash Francis, 102 Broadway, h. 7 Jay place. 
Ash James, plasterer, b. 127 Webster av. 
Ash Lewis, currier Miller Bros. Tannery 
Ash Mary, widow of James, house 127 

Webster av. [at Chelsea 

Ash Richard, fly finisher, 1G2 Broadway, h. 
Ash Samuel T., wood moulder, 1G2 Broad- 
way, house 145 v Columbia 
Ash Win. IL. 102 Broadway, h. 00 Fairmont 
Ashburner Anne Miss, house 71 Kirkland 
Ashcroft Henry B. P.. bookkeeper, 153 

Putnam av.. h. at South Boston 
Ashcroft Jobn slipper maker, b. 27 Sidney 
Ashcroft Mary, wido / of Joseph, house 27 

Sidney 
Asp Alfred T., 102 Br'chv'y] h. 72 Hastings 
Asp Gustave A., laborer, h. 86 Washington 
Atchison William E.. iron moulder, house 

at Bos on 
Athearn Lydia R., widow of James F.. 

house 39 Essex 



Athearn Susan F., teacher Harvard gram- 
mar school, boards 39 Essex 

Atherton Chas. H., book finisher Riverside 
binder, boards 56 Fairmont 

Atherton Lewis B., painter, h. 124 Spring 

Atherton Mary J., widow of Charles, house 
50 Fairmont 

ATKINS CHARLES, pUper-hang- 
er 453J Main, h. 30 Upton [lin 

Atkins Edward, house ear 203 Frank- 
Atkins E. E. Mrs., dressmaker, 503 Main, 

house do. 
Atkins Nathan K., grocer, 83 Gore, corner 

Fourth, house at Lynn 
Atkins Rose C. Mrs., h. 471 Main 
Atkins Walter 1).. dry pressman, Riverside 

Press, house 20 DeWolf 
Atkins William, carpenter, h. 85 Gore 
Atkins m Andrew, coal and wood. 7 Western 

avenue, house 1 Inman place 
Atkinson Catherine Mrs., h. 10 Foster pi. 
Atkinson John S., button maker, house 3G 

Fairmont 
Atkinson John S.. foreman (222 Devonshire 
B.), h. 36 Fairmont [Appiau Way 

Atkinson Kinsman, clergyman, house 10 
Atkinson Mary R. Mrs., boards 17 Sacra- 
mento 
Atkinson Thomas, h. 17 Sacramento 
Atkinson William, laborer, 102 Broadway. 

house 392^ Cambridge 
Attner Thomas G., tailor (488 Washington. 

B.). house 4 Sidney 
Attridge John, teamster, 113 Bridge, 

boards 190 do. 
Atwell Andrew, compositor, h. 52 Boyls^on 
Atwill Richard I., U. S. sto ekeeper (P. O. 

building, room 39, B.). b. Hamilton 
Atwood Benjamin F.. bookkeeper, (G7 Sum- 
mer. B.), house 5 Chester 
Atwood Charles H.. house 133 Otis 

ATWOOD DAVID, oysters (32 
Faneuil Hall sq., B.), h. 99 Magzine 
Atwood Ephraim, hous^ 25 Clinton 
Atwood Joseph C, oyster dealer (B.), bds. 

84 Austin 
Atwood Marian, wid. of James, h. 15 Grant 
Atwood Sarah A. Miss, private school 

teacher, bds 49 Western av. 

Auckland iron m dder, 350 Iain 

Aubrey Addie Miss, collar maker, 10 Arrow 

Aubry John, bds. 27 Second 

Auger Edward P., varnisher, rooms l. v 9 

Cambridge 
Augustine Desire Joseph, h. 20 Murdock < 
August Manuel, laborer, h. 30 Cambridge 
Austin Alexander, hairdresser, 194 Com- 
mercial (B.), hou e 18 Brook 
Austin Bridget, widow of James, house 

Chestnut Park 
Austin Charles A., brush manufacturer, 

(90 High, B.), h. 108 Thorndi e 
Austin Charles II., newspapers, bo rds 108 

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A stin Emma, wid. of Robert, h. 97 Austiu 
Austin George M., bookkeeper (108 F. H. 

market B.), boards 106 Pearl 
Austin Nathan N., foreman John Reardon 

& Son's, Waverly, house 19(5 Pearl 
Austin Susan, widow of Richard T., house 

21 Linnaean 
Austin Tho*nas, cooper, b. Chestnut Park 
Austin Thomas, laborer, Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, house 01 Spring 
Austin Warren, cooper, h. 39 Willow 
Austin William, elec. gassman. h. 15 Grant 
Authier Jos. O., restaurant. 104 Dublin, h do 
Averell Leonard M., whiting, etc. (64 

Broad, B.), house 345 Broadway 
Averill Gerry C., car builder, h. 99 River 
Averill John, city laborer, h. 95 Tremont 
Averill Lucy J., widow, h. 63 In man 
Avery Caroline J., widow of Jabez, house 

63 Cherry 
Ayer Charles H., laborer, 131 Broadway, 

house 110 Hampshire 
Avery Ella Mrs., teacher Lassell primary 
school, boards 3 Sixth [Broadway 

Avery John, gate tender, 169 Gore, h. 32 
Avery Joseph, rubber worker, b. 1 Third 
Avery J. A., conductor Cambridge R.R. Co 
Avery J. Wallace, produce, h. 6 Salem 
Avery Nicholas F., coat cutter, American 
Rubber Co., house 1 Third 

Avery conductor Cambridge R. R. Co., 

house Frank 
Averill Jos., city carpenter, h. 114 Norfolk 
Axtell Edward, waiter, h. 33 Baldwin 
Axtman Albert, laborer, b. rear 48 Spring 
Axtman John, pattern maker, house rear 46 
Spring [h. 77 Third 

Axtman John L. woodturner, 44 Cambridge, 
Axtma Lewis A., pattern maker, boards r. 

46 Spring 
Ayer Joseph Cullen, student Ep. Theo. 

School, boards Lawrence Hall 
Ayer Olive, widow of Henry, h. 7 Dover 
Ayers Andrew J., carpenter, house 141 

Franklin 
Avers Ann, widow of Win., h. 106 Otis 
Ayers Catherine, widow of Thomos, house 

65 Elm 
Ayers George, shoemaker, 37 Pearl, near 
Franklin, house do. [65 Elm 

Ayers John T., laborer, 184 Broadwey, bds 
Ayers Thomas, wood carver (Chas'n), h. 
50 Fifth [Otis 

Ayers Wm. F., cabinet-maker (B.), h. 106 
Aylward James, liquors, 6 Gore, h. do 
Aylward James F., student (B.), b. 6 Gore 
Aylward RL-hard. teamster (112 So. Market 

B.), house 449 Cambridge 
Aylward Richard, b. 6 Gore 
Aylward Wm. J., carpenter, h. 39 Harvey 
Ayers Frank II., clerk, 90v Main, boards 
902do. [902 do. 

Ayres Isaac H., livery stable, 901 Main, h. 
Ayres, see Ayers, also Eayres 



BABBITT ALBERT, bronzer (791 Tre- 
mont, B.), h. 105 Prospect 

Babbitt Chas. A., wood turner 131 Broad- 
way, house 6 Market 

Babbitt Edward A., wood turner 137 Broad- 
way, boards 62 Cherry 

Babcoek Frank H. , varnish mnf r. (West- 
ern avenue, Allston), house 53 Green 

Babcoek Georgiana Mrs., dressmaker 20 
Pearl, house do. 

Babcoek Hiram, rooms 20 Flagg 

Babcoek John, copal varish mnfr. (2 Liber- 
ty square, B.), house 19 Inman 

Babcoek Lysander F., varnish mnfr. (2 
Liberty square, B.), h. 132 Austin 

Babin Desire, shoemaker, h. 35 Willow 

Bablo Henry, shoemaker, h. 305 Camb. 

Bachelder Geo., carpenter 373 Main 

Bachelder Henry A., blacksmith, bds. 133 
Cambridge 

Bachelder Sam'l H., clerk (118 Leverett, 
B.), house 133 Cambridge 

Bachelder, see Batchelder [Main 

Bacheller Wm. II., cigar maker, bds. 177 

Bacheller Aaron A., carpenter, boards 225 
Broadway, room 4 [h. do. 

Bachmann Hermann, lager beer 56 Camb., 

Bachmann John, at 139 Broadway, h. 26 
Vine 

Bachoff John, currier, h. Clifton, n. Harvey 

Backus Edward F., electrician (48 India, 
B.), h. 37 Asli 

Backus James, servant, h. 1 Village 

Bacon Augustine J., salesman (Somer- 
ville), b. 123 Elm 

Bacon Chas. F., laundry (291 Dorchester, 
S. B.), boards 61 Fourth 

Bacon Chas. F-, bottler 64 Fifth, h. do. 

Bacon Fred H., organ tuner 162 Broad- 
way, h. at So. Boston 

Bacon Hattie, widow, b. 72 Prospect 
Bacon Henry A. Mrs., h. 315 Broadway 

BACON JAMES P., reporter Boston 
Daily Advertiser (248 Washington, 
B.), h. 92 Inman 

Bacon James S., porter B. & A. R. R. 
(Kneeland, B.), h. 2 Essex court 

Bacon James W., clerk (B.), b. 123 Elm 

Bacon John 1)., house 20 Elm 

Bacon John F., watchmaker 173 North av., 
boards at Somerville 

Bacon John G., carriage painter Church, 
corner Palmer, house 19 Wallace 

Bacon Leonard R., weigher Richardson & 
Bacon, fo t Dunster, house 85 Orchard 

Bacon Lucy A., wid. of Warren, h. 17 Lee 

Bacon Margaret A., widow, h. 123 Elm 

Bacon Maria J. Miss, b. 116 Thorndike 

Bacon M. Clinton (Richardson & Bacon), 
College wharf, foot Dunster, house 85 
Orchard, near Chester, West Somer- 
ville 

Bacon Timothy, carpenter, b. 256 Sidney 
I Bacon Walter F., house 20 Lee 



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Badger Augusta Miss, housekeeper 113 

Magazine 
Badger Henry C. Rev., b. 14- Ware 
Badger Wm." C. II. (Daniels. Badger & 

Co.), furniture mnfr. , Woodbury bldg. , 

Otis. h. at Boston 
Baer John, laborer, rooms 56 Spring 
Baer John, boarding bouse 117 Harvard 
Baer John \\\, cooper, b. 117 Harvard 
Baerraann Carl, pianist (B.),h. 16 Prescott 
Baggs Chas. II., student Episcopal Theo- 
logical School, b. Lawrence Hall 
Bagley Cornelius, laborer, h. 36 Reed 
Bagley Eugene J., pressman University 

Tress, b. 22 Brewer 
Bagley Joanna, wid. of Owen, h. 22 Brewer 
Bagley John, teamster, h. 373 North A v. 
Bagley Mary, widow, h. 2~>~ Franklin 
Bagley Mary A., widow of John, h. 128 

Webster Avenue 
Bagley Michael D., dry pressman Univer- 
sity Tress, boards 22 Brewer 
Bagley Orrison, conductor Charles Kiver 

Railway Co. 
Bagley, see Begley [Otis 

Bahen Dennis, brass worker Draper & Co., 
Baier Fred J., carriage maker, boards 15 

Second 
Baier Wm. F., 1G2 Broadway, b. 15 Second 
Bailey Albert 1).. engineer 15. & L. R. R., 

h. 64 Thorndike 
Bailey Alfred, mason, house "Waverly. east 

of Fort Washington 
Bailey Alfred J., letter carrier T. O. (*B.), 

house 2.3 Erie [Second 

Bailey Edward K.. hostler 151 Bridge, h. 9 
Bailey Frank E., clerk 180 Main, boards 9 

Mt. Auburn 
Bailey Frank O., meats (48 No. Market, 

B.), house 1()£ Worcester 
Bailey Henry, painter (140 Fremont, B.), 

house 31 Front 
Bailey Isaiah, mason, house Waverly, next 

corner Tutnam avenue 
Bailey Jacob L. (J. L. Bailey & Son), 

stoves, furniture, etc., 07 Cambridge, 

house 39 Second 
Bailey James, waiter (B.), h. 288 Broaeway 

BAILEY J. L. & SON (Jacob L. 
and Samuel W. Bailey), stoves, fur- 
niture, stoves, etc. 67 Cambridge 

Bailey Liberty EL, h, 860 Main 

Bailey Maria, widow of Lewis, h. 5 Elmer 

Bailey Oakley H. (O. H. Bailey & Co.), 
publisher 8 J Inman, h. do. 

Bailey O. H. & Co. (Oakley H. Bailey;, 
map publishers 83 lnman 

Bailey R. M.. at University Press 

Bailey Kiston T., inner sole mnfr. (370 At- 
lantic av.. B.), h. 320 North A v. 

Bailey Samuel W. (J. L. Bailey & Son), 
house furnishing goods 67 Cambridge, 
house 39 Second 

Bailey Theodore A., tinman, h. 64 Waverly 



American Bell Tele- 
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Bailey Thomas B., 

ephone Co. (95 

rooms 17 Story 
Bailey William, tanner, boards 440 North 

Avenue 
Bailey Wm. I)., watchman B. & L. R. R. 

shop, house 5 Eeighton court 
Bailey Wm. Silas, commission merchant, 

house 104 Cambridge 
Bailey, see Bay ley 

Bailow August, laborer, h. rear 41 Charles 
Bain J., driver, Cambridge R. R. Co. 
Baird James, laborer (B.), h. 45 Harding 
Baird. see Beard 
Bakeman Charles, teamster, 169 Gore, bds. 

134 Camb. [Coggswell pi. 

Baker Alfred, brush maker (B.), house 6 
Baker Alfred F., painter, 506 Main, h. 33 

Green 
Baker Arven T., engineer, H. M. Birds', 

Pelham house 15 Baldwin 
Baker Asa. laborer, h. 19 Pine 
Baker A. Wm., harness maker, 87 and 89 

Main. h. 60 Broadway 
Baker Catharine C. Mrs..h. 2 Holmes pi. 
Baker C. A.. 162 Broadway, h. 19 Pine 
Baker Charles A., salesman (52 Fulton B.) 

h. 61 Chestnut 
Baker Charles E., foreman of foundry, 

Pelham, h. 53 Moore 
j Baker Charles L. W., foreman (132 Oliver, 

B.), h. 169 Prospect 
I Baker Charles R., superintendent, 122 and 

124 Harvard, h. at Maiden [Norfolk 
Baker Edgar P., clerk, 543 Main. h. 43 
; Baker Edward H., book-keeper (17 Con- 
gress, B.), b. 112 Lake View av. 
Baker Elizabeth, widow of Benjamin, h. 91 

Gore 
Baker Elbridge, laborer, h. 10 Magee 
Baker Frank P., prop. Prospect Skating 

Academy, Prospect, cor. Austin, h. at 

Chelsea' [den, b. do. 

Baker Frederick, gardener, Botanic Gar- 
Baker George, 162 Broadway, h. at Somer- 

ville 
Baker Hannah P., widow of William S., 

h. 20£ Bigelow [Main, b. 19 Pine 

Baker John, musical string winder, 368 
Baker John, organ finisher, b. 19 Pine 
Baker John F.. bri'annia worker, Otis, n. 

First, h. 55 Elm 
Baker Lydia T. Miss. h. 6 Perry 
Baker Moore, h. 2 Cherry 
Baker Nathan W.. salt (47 Long wharf, 

B.). b. 112 Lake View avenue 
Baker Nathaniel, expressman (B.), h. 3 

Berkshire 
Baker Nicholas, cooper, h. rear 184 Gore 
Baker Osborne H.. polisher, 162 Broadway 

h. 19 Pine 
Baker Thomas B., ice dealer, h. 18 Gore 
Baker Walter W.. organ pipe maker, 37 

Fifth and 103 Gore, b. 91 Gore 



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Baker Washington I., traveling agent (179 
Washington, B.'), h. 15 Green 

Baker Wenddon, cabinet-maker, 44 Camb., 
h. Ill Spring 

Baker Wm. A., stock broker (403 Devon- 
shire, B.), h. 13 Tufts 

Baker Wm. I., machinist, b. 15 Baldwin 

Balch Augusta L. Miss, teacher Boardman 
primary school, b. 52 Auburn 

Balch Francis E., h. 44 Shepard 

Balch George L., janitor Mathews Hall, h. 
109 Ellery 

Balch John E.. salesman, (580 Washington 
B). bds. 109 / Ellery 

Balch John H., salesman (87 Court, B.), 
b. 44 Shepaad 

Balch Louis L., clerk (2 Liberty square, 
B.), b. 52 Auburn 

Balch Moses P., watchmaker, h. 52 Auburn 

B.4L.COJI ARTHUR W., plumb- 
er. 1 Austin, b. Rose House 
Balcom Frank M., traveling salesman, h. 
[73 Washington 
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Balcom Hannah H. 
Balcom Oliver W., 

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Balcom Stephen W 
Baldrey Charles K. 

B.j, b. 119 Thorndike 
Baldrev Stephen, teamster (49 So. Market. 

B.), h. 119 Thorndike 
Biidrey Wm. F., clerk (113 So. Market, 

B.). b. 119 Thorndike 
Baldwin Alice G. Miss, b. 41 Clark 
Baldwin Benjamin G. , clerk, 148 North 

avenue, b. 114 do. [avenue 

Baldwin Carrie D., clerk, b. 44 Western 
Baldwin Charles S. Mrs., h. 113 Auburn 
B-ildwin James W., produce (114 So. Mar- 
ket, B.), h. 114 North avenue 
Baldwin John, gardener. Hovey & Co., b. 

28 Seventh 
Baldwin Joseph F.. mnfr. and dealer in 

laundry machinery (53 Union, B.), h. 

43 Western av. 
Baldwin Lewis F., book-keeper (3G North, 

B.),b. 41 Clark 
Baldwin Louisa A. Mrs , h. 12 Ash st. pi. 
Baldwin Maria L., teacher Agassiz school, 

b. 41 Clark [41 Clark 

Baldwin Mary E., widow of Peter L., house 
Baldwin Nicholas, engineer and janitor, 

Memorial Hall, h. 28 Dunster 
Baldwin Richard, carpenter H. U., h. 10 

Hilliard place 
Balentine Robert, tinsmith, 153 Putnam 

av., h. 193 Franklin [Porter 

Balfe Annie, widow of Patrick, house 41 
Palfe John, 162 Broadway, h. Porter 
Balfe Mary, widow of John, b. 18 McCabe 
Balfe Peter, teamster, 169 Gore, h. 18 Mc 

Cabe [ton 

Balfour James, baker, 580 Main, h. at Bos- 

BAL.U CAL.VII* S., provisions (3 
Union market, B.), h. 18 Pleasant 



Ball Edward, grocer, 81 Spring, corner 

Fourth, h. 92 Fourth 
Ball Edward C, machinist, b. 9 Fifth 
Ball Elijah, baker, b. 3 Austin 
Ball Elijah, h. 145 Mt. Auburn 
Ball Eliza F., widow of Micah, h. 9 Fifth 
Ball Geo. M., clerk (9 Chauncy, Boston), 

h. 202 Putnam avenue 
Ball Harry P., clerk (125 State, B.), bds. 

3 Austin [h. 193 Putnam av. 

Ball James H., clerk (13 Broad, Boston), 
Ball John L., laborer, h. 25G Sidney 
Ball Joseph A., clerk sugar refinery (B.), 

h. 63 Chestnut 
Ball Joseph G., baker, 601 Main.h. 3 Austin 
Ball Mary J. Miss, organist St. Mary's 

chnrch and music teacher 92 Fourth, 

h. do. 
Ball Nellie F. Miss, teacher Lasell primary 

school, b. 92 Fourth 
Ball T. Henry, stationer (49 Court, B.), 

b. 123 Otis 
Ball T. Joseph, medical student, b. 92 

Fourth 
Ballam Alexander, laborer, h. 25 DeWolf 
Ballard Frances W- Miss, dressmaker, bds. 

14 Eliot 
Ballard Joseph, clerk Lyceum building, 

Harvard square, rms, 60 Boylston 
Ballas William J . mason, h. 4;5 Bolton 
Ballon Flavius J., journalist. 18l£ Harvard 
Balmer John, hostler, h. 12 Appain-way 
Balmer John E., blacksmith, b. 12 Appain- 

•way 
Balmer Richard, upholsterer, 23 Brattle, 

h. 119 Mt. Auburn [16 Oak 

Balmer William, horseshoer, 9 Church, h. 
Balmer William J., gilder Riverside Press, 

b. 114 Mt, Auburn [b. at Boston 

Bancroft Clara Miss, teacher High schooi, 
Bancroft Eliza V. Mrs. (Bancroft & Hay- 
ward), fancy goods, 439 Cambridge, h. 

at Melrose 
Bancroft Jacob, rooms 380 Harvard 

BANCROFT JOEL, C, express, 
Somerville avenue, near Porter's sta- 
tion, and (15 Devonshi.e, B.), boards 
Porter's Hotel 

BANCROFT JOSEPH H., pa- 
per-hangings (119 and 121 Hanover, 
B.), h. 380 Harvard 
Bancroft Robert B., Tenderer (Western 
avenue, B.), h. 7 River 

BANCROFT WM. A., lawyer and 
notary public (15 Pemberton square, 
B.), h. 27 Putnam av. 

Bancroft & Hayward (Mrs- Eliza V. Ban- 
croft and Miss Elizabeth C. Hayward), 
fancy goods, 439 Cambridge 

Bang Eliza A., widow, h. 84 Winsor 

Bang George A., h. 84 Winsor 

Bangs Lincoln Mrs., h. 10 Dana 

Bangs Charles, h. 10 Dana 

Bangs Charles H., printer (77 Kilby, B.), 
h. 33 Second 



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Bangs Charles W., chair painter, h. 51 

Fourth 
Bangs Lincoln Mrs., h. 10 Dana 
Bangs Sylvanus, clerk (40 North 

B.), h. 163 Gore 
Banker Nicholas, artificial iimh-maker, 

88 Webster av. 
Banks Eliza, widow of Robert, h. 267 Put- 
nam avenue [12!) River 
Banks James H., waiter Memonal Hall,rms. 
Banks John, hostler, 31 Elm, house at 

Somerville 
Banks Matthew, laborer, h. 31 Brewery 
Banks Barker, printer University Press, 

b. 9 Gerry 
Banks Robert, stamper, b. 2G7 Putnam av. 
Banks Robert C, laborer, h. 6 Grigg 
Batman Bridget, widow of Michael, h. 39 

Banks 
Bannan James, hostler "Pike's" stable, h. 

2-1 Farwell pi. 
Bannan James, laborer, h. r.382 Cambridge 
Bannan Michael, hostler. Church, boards 
39 Banks [Dunster 

Bannan Philip, hostler, Church, house 28 
Bannister George P., box maker, 3 Hamp- 
shire, h. 132 Franklin 
Bannon John J., painter, h. 16 Decatur 
Baptiste Edward, waiter Memorial Hall, 

rms. 20 Flagg 
Baptiste Emanuel, laborer, h. 2-1 Vine 
Baptiste John, laborer, h. r. 26 Vine 
Barber David A..aetion maker, 113 Broad- 
way, b. 180 Harvard 
Barber Elizabeth Miss, h. 16 Sidney 
Barber Ernest, hairdrssser, 42G Main, h. 12 
Dunster [180 Harvard 

Barber Fred \., weigher, 502 Main boards 
Barber Granville S., driver, 502 Main, b. 
180 Harvard [180 Harvard 

Barber Robert, iron moulder Pelham, h. 
Barber Samuel, driver, 502 Main 
Barber Walter E., elerk 188 Cambridge, 

rms. 146 Otis 
Barbey Frank A., clerk (29 Avon, B.), b. 

16 Lincoln 
Barbey Jacob A., baker (So. Boston), h. 
16 Lincoln [b. 16 Lincoln 

Barbey Jacob A. jr., clerk (107 Milk, B.;, 

BAltBOUK ALFRED £,., sec. 
and treas. Cambridge Mutual Fire 
Insurance Co., 555 Main, h. at West 
Newton 
Barbour Frank II., bookkeeper, Shawmut 
National Bank (60 Congress, B.), bds. 
12 Ellery 
Barbour Fred F., student, b. 14 Cottage 
Barbour John N., treas. Electric Gas 
Lighting Co., (45 Milk, B.), h. 85 
Franklin [h. 12 Ellery 

Barbour Lovisa H., widow of James S., 
Barbour Walworth O. (Walworth 0. Bar- 
bour & Co.), iron founder, 356 Main,h. 
12 Amory 



Barbour Walworth O. & Co. (Walworth 
O. Barbour, Alfred Morrill and Albert 
F. Allen;, iron founders, 356 Main 

BARBOUR WILLIAM! S., city 
engineer, office City Hall, h. 14 Cot- 
tage 
Barcelo Raphael J., bookbinder, Riverside 

Press, b. 50 Wesiern avenue 
Barden Edward, plasterer and mason, 4 

Gore, h. do. 
Barden Elizabeth M. Mrs., h. 72 Winsor 
Barden John, carpenter, h. 8 Buck's block, 

Seventh, cor. Gore 
Bargrow Mary E., widow of Octave, h. 10 

Winter 
Barker Albert, waiter, house 34 Armory 
Barker Alexander A., gate-keeper, rear en- 
trance Mt. Auburn cemetery, house 

Cashing, near Belmont 
Barker Alice C Miss. bds. 2 Holmes place 
Barker A. C, varnisher, 162 Broadway, h. 

at Boston 
Barker Charles E., painter (31 Province, 

B), house 44 Pioneer avenue 
Barker Charles F., salesman (14 Wendell, 

B.). bds. 8 Houghton 
Barker Francis, clerk, bds. 8 Houghton 
Barker Frank X., machinist, bds. 112 Con- 
cord avenue [Concord av. 
Barker George L., carpenter, boards 112 
Barker George T., house 59 Fairmont 
Barker George T. Jr., printer (B.), boards 

59 Fairmont [125 Thorndike 

Barker Henry A., clerk (39 Avon, B.), h. 
Barker Hugh T., confectioner, 503 Main. 

house 62 Pleasant 
Barker Isaiah, shoemaker, b. 8 Houghton 
Barker James, shoemaker, h. 8 Houghton 
Barker James E., foreman C. R. Co. .Mt. 

Auburn stables, bds Isaac N. Higgins', 

Holworthy place 
Barker John, carpenter, h. 48 Linnaean 
Barker John, carriage-washer, h. 105 Kin- 

naird 
Barker John M., carpenter, h. 5 Lopez 
Barker John Jr. (56 Washington, B.) h. 

123 Hampshire [186 Hampshire 

Barker Joseph, laborer, 26 River, house 
Barker Joseph D., supt. Tudor Ice Co., h. 

112 Concord avenue 
Barker J. E., driver Cambridge R. Co. 
Barker Mary, widow of Cornelius N., h, 

479 Main 
Barker Samuel F., glue mnfr. (96 Milk. 

B.), house 202 Harvard 
Barker Thomas J., coffin maker, 203 

Bridge, house at Somerville 
Barker Thomas J. Jr., coffin maker, 203 

Bridge, house at Somerville 
Barker William II.. laborer, h. 5 Vine 
Barker William H., laborer, h. r. 41 Vine 
Barker Win. II. Jr., laborer, h. 14 Vine 
Barkman John, machinist (B.), h. 48 Union 



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Barlow Archer II., waiter (10 Brattle, B.), 

house 70 Elm [h. do. 

Barlow Henry, harness maker, 135 Main, 
Barlow Mary, wid. of Edward, h. 17 South 
Barnard Charles G., clerk, Main, junction 

Washington, b. 1 Rogers' block, Main 
Barnard Dora, at 174 Broadway 
Barnard Edward A., lithographer, Riverside 

Press, bds. 42 River 
Barnard Eelipe, cigar and cigarette mnfr., 

201 Cambridge, house at Somerville 
Barnard George Jr., teamster, 449 Main, h. 

12 Pine 
Barnard Lawrence J., confectioner, 243 

Broadway, house at Somerville 
Barnard Mary Mrs., nurse, house 12 Pine 
Barnard Solomon II., clerk, southeast cor. 

(E. H. market, B.), bds. 21) Sidney 
Barnard T. S. Miss, bookkeeper, 17 Brattle, 

bds. 29 Sidney [nam av. 

Barnard Wm. G. , laborer, house 270 Put- 
Barnes Albert M., merchant (11 India, B.), 

h. 81 North avenue 
Barnes Edward R., jeweler (122 Tremont, 

B.), bds. 60 Norfolk [h. 5 East 

Barnes Frank B., brakeman (B. & L. R.R., 
Barnes George II., conductor Cambridge 

Kail road Co., h. 27 Irving 
Barnes James, gardener, h. 1 Norfolk ct. 
Barnes James, machinist, 29 Main 

BAKNES JAU1ES, proprietor Inman 
Square hotel, Inman sq., h. do. 
Barnes John, note teller, Merchants' Nat. 

Bank (28 State, B.), h. 31 Bowdoin 
Barnes Linda B., widow of Asa, house 19 

Shepard 
Barnes Mary A. Miss, h. 14 Rockwell 
Barnes M. J., provisions, 157 Harvard. 

h. 60 Norfolk 
Barnes Sarah II. Mrs., h. 11 Kinnaird 
Barnes Wilfred, salesman Bacon Paper 

Co. (352 Washington, B.J, house 13£ 

Wallace 
Barnes William W., elevator attendant 

(87 Milk, B.), h. 60 Norfolk 
Barnes Winslow B. (Arlow & Barnes), pro- 
visions, 157 Harvard, h. 60 Norfolk 
Barnett Alexander, cigar maker (B.), h. Go 

Brookline 
Barnett Mary Mrs., house G9 Brattle 
Barney C, at Cambridge R. Co.'s repair 

shop, Dimeter 
Barney Hiram P., house 136 Cambridge 
Barnstead George, inspector of milk (B.), 

bds. 28 Wendell [Cherry 

Baron Benjamin P., brass finisher, house 6 
Baron Herman A. C, brush maker, house 

9 Portland 
Baron, see Barron 
Barr Alexander, h. r. 186 Green 
Barr A. Lyman, tuner, 1G2 Broadway, h. 

104 Magazine 
Barr David L., printer, b. 8 Walnut court 
Barr James, hostler, 5G5^Main, bds. 544 do. 



Barr Jane, widow of Peter, h. 8 Walnut ct. 
Barr Oliver J., compositor, bds. 8 Walnut 

court 
Barr Peter A., book finisher, Riverside 

Press, h. 20 Mt. Auburn 
Barrell James S., master Harvard gram 

mar school, house 342 Broadway 
Barrett Angeline L. Miss, bds. 14 Lowell 
Barrett Bridget, widow of John h. 8 North 
Barrett Edward, laborer, 163 Gore, h. r. 19 

Porter 
Barrett Edward G., sexton St. Paul's 

church (134 Tremont, B.), house 11 

Wallace 
Barrett Henry, photographer, rear 110 

ambridge, house 62 Winter 
Barrett James, laborer, house Lynde, near 

Cambridge 
Barrett Johanna, widow of John, house 7 

Lechmere place [Porter 

Barrett John, laborer, 1G9 Gore, house 7 
Barrett Michael, carriage washer, house 29 

Porter 
Barrett Michael, house 16 Arlington 
Barrett Michael, house rear 6 East 
Barrett Michael J., liquors, 238 Cambridge, 

house 2 Ninth 
Barrett Robert, butcher, b. 198 Cambridge 
Barrett Thomas, glass blower, b. 27 Gore 
Barrett Wm., hack driver, house 92 Mount 

Auburn 
Barrieau Lawrence, harness maker (103 

Portland, B.) aid 163 Cambridge, h dj. 
Bariie Charles J., clerk (22 Custom House, 

B.), house 1 Centre [33 Harvey 

Barrier George, brass founder (B.), house 
Barrington Carrie E. Miss, b. 9 Brown 
Barrington Charles H., dru gist, 156 Cam- 
bridge, house 53 Austin 
Barrington Elizabeth B. Mrs., h. 9 Brown 
Barrington George T., policeman, station 1 

house 12G Brattle 
Barron Wm. A., baker, h. 59 Portland 
Barron, see Baron 

Barrow Jacob, teamster, bds. 10 Winter 
Barrow John, teamster, 28 Bridge house 67 

Charles [son 

Barrow Joseph, carpenter, house 6 Jack- 
Barrow Wm., laborer, h. r. 34 Charles 
Barrows Cyrus A., teamster, Camb. Rail- 
road Co., house 3 Chapman place 
Barrus Amanda J., widow of Benjamin K., 

house 31 Blackstone 
Barry A. W., driver, Camb. Railroad Co. 
Barry Alexander Wm., machinist (B.), 

house 57 Spruce 

Barry Catherine, widow of Matthias, h. 8 

Rogers' block, Main [347 Broadway 

Barry Catherine, widow of Michael, house 

Barry Charles, china decorator (Porcelain 

pi., B.), boards 120 Prospect 
Barry David, farmer, house 20 South 
Barry David, sloarman N. E. Glass Co., h. 
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Barry David, saloon, 57 Spruce, h. do. 
Barry Edward, sloarman N. E. Glass Co., 
Barry Edward, stone cutter, house 2(51 Mt. 

Auburn 
Barry George C, clerk, 417 Camb. rms. do 
B*arry Henry, grocer, 174 Franklin, h. do. 
Barry Henry, glass cutter, b. 1(!4 Gore 
Barry James, laborer, h. 12 Short 
Barry Johanna, wiJow of Dennis, house r. 

96 Gore 
Barry John, house 24 Porter 
Barry Jobn, currier at J. W. Low's, Dudley 
Barry John, laborer, h. 93 Brookline 
Barry John D., draper, b. 57 Spruce 
Barry John F., printer (21 Milk, B.), bds. 

8 Rogers' block, Main 
Barry Martin, lab., b. 8 Rogers' blk., Main 
Barry Mary, widow of James, h. 112 Third 
Barry Mary A., widow of William J., h. 

133 Thorndike 
Barry Mary E., house 118 Prospect 
Barry Michael, foreman brass foundry (Al- 
len, cor. Brighton, B.), h. 70 Spring 
Barry Michael II., hairdresser. 141 Bridge, 

house do. 
Barry Ellei, wid. of Patrick, h. 118 Prospect 
Barry Patrick, section hand B. & L. Rail- 
road, boards 48 Winter 
Barry Patrick, teamster, h. 13 Vine 
Barry Richard, collar maker, 10 Arrow, h. 

347 Broadway 
Barry Richard E., brass moulder, boards 8 

Rogers' block, Main 
Barry Thomas, lab., 161> Gore, b. 12 Porter 
Barry Timothy, potatoes, 186 Norfolk, h. do 
Barry William, laborer, h. 44 North 
Barry Wm., clerk, 6 Gore, b. do. 
Barry Win., teamster, house 40 First 
Barry William, sloarman N. E. Glass Co., 

house at South Boston 
Barry, see Bary 
Barteaux Edward, stair builder, State, cor. 

Osborn, house Hotel Clark 
Barteaux Edward J., stair builder, house 4 

Hotel Clark 
Barteaux Fred A., apothecary (93 Green, 

Boston), house 304 Harvard 
Barter James W., pastor North avenue M. 

E. church, house 15 Hilliard 
Barter Thomas, fish market, 158 North ave. 

house 8 Gerry 
Barthelmess H., at American Rubber Co., 

boards 52 Broadway [52 Broadway 

Bartlulomew Henry, at rubber works, bds. 
Bartholomew Henry, bootmaker, American 

Rubber Co. 
Bartlett A., University Press, b. 1 Garden 
Bartlett Annie B. Miss, clerk, G45 Main, 

boards 32 Franklin 
Bartlelt Caroline W., widow of Ruel W., 

nurse, house 68 Fairmont 
Bartlett Daniel, potter, h. Westjprn av. 
Bartlett Daniel M., action maker, 137 

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Bartlett Edward E. 
83 Pearl 

Bartlett Edward H. H., b. 780 Main 

Bartlett Enoch, driver Cambridge Railroad 
Co., rooms 14 Eliot 

Bartlett Francis M., house 121 Oxford 

Bartlett Frank C, fly finisher, 162 Broad- 
way, b ards 4 1 Webster av. 

Bartlett Frank D., livery stable, Prospect 
House and 12 Soden, h. 132 Franklin 

Bartlett Frank S., clerk, 158 Camb., bds. 
107 do. 

Bartlett Frank W., confectioner, 645 Main, 
boards do. 

Bartlett Geo. D., engineer, h. 13 Sixth 

Bartlett George H., principal Normal Art 
school, studio (12 Pemb. sq., B.), h. 
780 Main 

Bartlett Horace S., apothecary, 452 Har- 
vard, house North av., cur. M.,rt n 

Bartlett John (Little, Brown & Co.), book- 
seller and publisher (254 Washington, 
B.), house 165 Brattle 

Bartlett John A., city lamplighter, house 
132 Auburn 

Bartlett John T., janitor Little's block, 
Harvard square, house do. 

Bartlett J. Gardner, printer (218 Franklin, 
B.),h. 9 Park [Otis 

Bartlett Lucy A., widow of Bela N., h. 145 

Bartlett Lydia E. Miss, seamstress, rooms 
22 Farwell place [vard 

Bartlett Martha, wid. of Elmer, h. 207 Ilar- 

Bartlett Mary F., widow of Theo., bds. 104 
Hampshire [Essex 

Brrtlett Mary H., wid. of David C, h. oo 

Bartlett Samuel O., letter ..-arrier E. Cam- 
bridge P. 0-,h. 149 Cambridge 

Bartlett S. O. Mrs., music teacher 149 Cam- 
bridge, h. do. 

Bartlett , printer, b. 500 Main 

Bartley Michael, laborer 220 Portland 

Bartley Thomas, blacksmith 356 Main, 
Sidney 

Barton Chas. E., clerk Harvard, c. Norfolk, 
house 122 Prospect 

Barton Clarence E., grocer Harvard, cor. 
Norfolk, house 122 Prospect 

Barton Wm. H., carriage painter, S. A. 
Stewart & Co., Green (B.), b. 13 May- 
nard Place 

Barton Wm. H., baker, h. 8 Willow 

Basney J. M., machinist 356 Main, house 
at Medford 

Bascom Wm. B., book-keeper, h. 183 Main 

Bassett Chas. A., laborer 69 Main, h. 20 
Plymouth 

Bassett Horace, agent J. P. Squire & Co. 
(Kansas City, Mo.), h. 87 Lake View 
Avenue 

Bassett Jane, widow of Theophilus, boards 
87 Lake View Avenue 

Bassett Joseph, sawyer 162 Broadway, h. 
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Bass Chas. A., clerk 475 Maiu, b. 477 do. 
Batchelder B.. printer University Press 
Batchelder Chas. F., engineer, boards 7 

Kirk land 
Batchelder John M., civil engineer, house 

3 Divinity Aveuue [Brookline 

Batchelder Julia A., wid. of John G., h. 21 
Batchelder Samuel, counselor 15 Brattle, 

h. 8 Milliard 
Batchelder Samuel D., clerk (Boston P. 

O.), house 248 Harvard 
Batchelder Susan C. Mrs., h. 7 Kirkland 
Batchelder Wm. P., sergeant of Police Sta- 
tion 2, house 3 Worcester 
Batchelder see Bachelder also Bachler 
Batcheller Joseph T., foreman, house 4 

Austin Place 
Batchelor Bennett, packer, rms. 29 Holyoke 
Bates Chas. H., printer (171 Devonshire, 

B.), h. Avon Hill, cor. Avon Place 
Bateman Eliza G., widow of Wm., honse 

Holworthy, opp. Corlett school 
Bateman Jerome B., fireman N. E. T. & 

Tel. Co. 023 Main, b. Prospect House 
Bateman Wm. R., wool broker (22 Broad, 

B.), b. Eliza G. Bateman's, Holworthy 
Bates Ann E., widow of Samuel Marvin, h. 

3 Cogswell Place [Fairmount 

Bates Benj. P., brass finisher (B.), h. 18 
Bates Benj. F. Jr., engineer and surveyor, 

City Engineer's office City Hall, b. 18 

Fairmont [5G Dana 

Bates Chas., salesman (27 Winter, B.), h. 
Bates Charlotte P. Miss, teacher, house 10 

Ellery 
Bates Edward B., clerk, b. 11 Norfolk 
Bates Eliza E., widow of James V., h. 19 

CI mrch 
Bates Erastus C, billiard room 521 Main, 

house 145 Washington 
Bates Esther A., widow of William 2d, 

house 45 Brattle 
Pates Fletcher, book-keeper Traders' Na- 
tional Bank (91 State, B.), house 10 

Ellery 
Bates George, receiver Cambridge Railroad 

Co. 3 Harvard square, b. 24 Shepard 
Bates Geo., action maker 113 Broadway, h. 

59 Cherry [Norfolk 

Bates Geo. W., machinist 72 Main, h. 11 
Bates Geo. W., furniture dealer (St Louis) 

h. 2 Jordan Place 
Bates Harry H. , clerk (77 Summer, B.), 

boards 24 Shepard 
Bates Henry W., clerk (95 Milk, room 43, 

B.). boards 18 Fairmont 
Bates Herbert H., teacher (Wellington), 

house 20 Wendell 
Bates James E.. lawyer (68 Cornhill, B.) 

boards 19 Church 
Bates John M., clerk, b. 18 Fairmont 
Bates John S., salesman (518 Washington, 

B.), h. 24 Shepard 
Bates Milly G., dressmaker, b. 24 Shepard 



Bates Walter T., entry clerk (77 Summer, 

B.), b. 24 Shepard 
Bates Wm., mason, b. 24 Shepard 
Bates Wm. H., sexton Lee Street Church, 

and janitor Harvard Grammar School, 

h. 85 Prospect 
Bath John, confectioner, h. 143 Main 
Batson Benj. 11. S., book-keeper (B.), b. 

55 Columbia 
Battis Leonard, h. 13 Jay 
Batty Benj., currier, b. 76 Spruae 

BAUIHEISTER AUGUSTUS, 
plumber 8 Palmer, near Brattle, h. 

13 Sumner [b. 13 Sumner 

Baumcister Frank E., plumber 8 Palmer, 
Baxter David N. (182 State, B.), boards 4 

Potter's Park [Main 

Baxter II.. hostler Camb. R. Co. stable 201 
Baxter Horace, flour (182 State, B.), house 

4 Potter's Park 
Baxter John A. Jr., traveling salesman 502 

Main, house 7 Essex 
Baxter Robert, glass cutter Union Glass 

Co. (Somerville), h. 168 Hampshire 
Baxter Silas, carpenter, h. 51 llolyo^e 
Bay State Brick Co., brick mnfrs. rear 124 

Spruce, office (5 Pemb. sq., B.) 
Bayard James E., writer, h. 53 Hastings 
Bayard Jos. W., carpenter 113 Broadway, 

house 75 Franklin 
Bayley Augustus R., apothecary 607 Main, 

house 133 Austin 
Bayley A. R. & Co. (Augustus R. Bayley), 

apothecaries 607 Main 
Bayley Augustns S., at University Press, 

boards 37 Putnam Avenue 
Bavley Frank A., civil engineer (City Hall, 

B.),h. 133 Austin 
Bayley Henry, helper, 356 Main 
Bayley Stephen S., carriage trimmer, h. 

37 Putnam avenue 
Bayley see Bailey 
Baylies John T., h. 209 Plarvard 
Bazier Joseph, teamster, b. Jackson, near 

Spruce 
Beach Michael, paint-grinder (B.), h. 69 

Sixth [Sixth 

Beach Peter, upholsterer (B.), house 69 
Beach Frank E. (263 Washington, B.), h. 

86 Ellery [529 Camb. 

Beal Albert E., carpenter, h. Hotel Inman, 
Beal Josiah, mariner, h. 21 Franklin 
Beal Sophia, widow of David, h. 127 Au- 
burn [av. 
Beal Wm., laborer (B.), h. 128 Webster 
Beals Martha J. Mrs., carpet maker (68 

Pitts, B.), h. 46 Prospect 
Beals Wm., decorator (68 Pitts, Boston), 

h. 46 Prospect 
Beamish Richard, junk, h. 118 Fourth 
Bean Annie Miss, cashier, 245 Broadway, 

h. at Boston 
Bean Bridget, dressmaker, 45 Winter, h. do. 



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Bean Chailes E., brass moulder (B.), h. 
Hotel School 

Eean Charles II., clerk (1 F. II. sq., B.), 
h. 158 Thomdike 

Bean George W. jr., watchmaker, 503 
Main, b. at Somerville 

Bean .James S., peddler, b. 149 Winsor 

Bean -John, clerk, 458 Harvard, 1). 29 Ash 

Bean John, cigars and to bacco, 140 Win- 
sor, h. do. [4 Tufts 

Bean John C, pattern maker, 20 Main. h. 

Bean John P., confectioner, 75 Camb., h. 
do. 

Bean Joseph D., teamster, h. 60 Sidney 

Bean M. F., artist, b. Porter's Hotel 

Bean Thomas, hostler, Elm, n. c. Broadway 
rms. do. 

Bean Win. /.. machinist, h. 34 Hubbard av. 

Beane Enoch (Enoch Beane & Co.), pro- 
vision-, fish and groceries, 008 Main, h. 
6 Trowbridge 

BJEA*JE fcXOCII & CO. (Enoch 
and George A. Beane), provisions, 
fish and groceries, 000 and 008 Main 
Beane George A. (Enoch Beane & Co.). 

provisions etc., 008 Main, h. 47 Bit. 

Auburn 
Beane John A., engineer, 17 Main, h. at 

Boston [b. 20 Ash 

Bean .John II.. watchmaker, 458 Harvard, 
Bearce (has. M., fly finisher, 1G2 Broad- 
way, h. 122 Otis 
Beard Edward L., (at 107 State, Boston), 

h. 22 Arlington 
Beard Luke, patent thill coupling springs 

(03 Court, B.), h. 75 Hubbard av. 
Beard, see Baird 
Beardsley Charles II. (Parr & Bcardsley), 

painter, Palmer, h. do. 
Bearse David H., restaurant (28 Commer- 
cial. Boston), b. 05 North avenue 
Bearse Thomas M., carpenter, h. rear 54 

Franklin [Wolf- 

Beaton Archibald P., plumber, b. 5 De 
Beaton Belle, dressmaker, b. 120 Dublin 
Beattie .John, carpenter, 120 Portland, h. 

Berkshire pi. 
Beattie Joseph, baker, h. 31 Charles river 
Beattte Michael, blacksmith, b. rear 215 

Mt. Auburn [K. P., h. 50 Spriug 

Beattie Robert W., watchman, B. & L. 
Beattie Thomas, boiler maker, 350 Main, h. 

at Somerville 
Beattie Win., laborer, h. 15 Walnut ct. 
Beattie Win. jr., printer, 105 Magazine, b. 

15 Walnut ct. 
Beattie Win. J. H., teamster, h. 08 Norfolk 
Beau Levi, hairdresser, h. 48 Tremont 
Beau Salvation, h. 48 Tremont ' 
Beaudet Ernest P., cabinet maker, 44 

Camb., b. 172 Hampshire 
Beaudet John, cabinet maker, 44 Camb,, h. 

172 Hampshire 
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Beaudreau Win., teamster, h. 250 Broad- 
way [Clark 
Beaumont Harvey D.. carpenter, house 16 
Beauvais Antoine. brick maker, h. 37 Bolton 
Beavaelef Jacob, laborer, h. rear 128 Gore 
Beck Charles F. . traveling salesman, 565 
Main, b. 8 Watson [8 Watson 
Beck Elizabeth C, widow of Tobias, h. 
Beck Elizabeth S., widow of Alfred M.. h. 
4;; Austin [son 
Beck George S., clerk, 508 Main, b. 8 Wat- 
Beck John P., laborer, h. 203 Concord av. 
Beck Jos., bottler lager beer, 06 Webster 

av., h. do. 
Beck Kobert, laborer, b. 203 Concord av. 
Beck Sarah P. Mi^>. h. 2 Gerry 

BJECKEil FRANK, greenhouse and 
florist. Camb., near Prescott, b. 730 
Cambridge 
Becker Fred C, b. 730 Camb. 
Becker Wm., cabinetmaker, h. Ill Spring 
Beckett David, carpenter, b. 7 Sparks 
Beckett Joseph R., foreman binder, Eiver- 

side Press, h. 173 Putnam av. [do. 

Beckett Richard, liquors, 11 Broadway h. 
Beckett Win. J., h. 5 Sparks 
Beckett Win. J. jr., bookbinder, Riverside 

Press. V). 5 Sparks 
Beckwith Loring E., lecturer and teacher, 

h. :Wk$ Harvard 
Beckwith Nelson, carpenter, 502 Main 
Beckwith Susan Miss, dressmaker, 14 An- 
trim, h. do. 
Bedell Danie), teamster, h. 101 Washington 
Bedell F. A., conductor, Camb. R. R. Co. 
Bedell L. G., groceries, 371 Main, h. 101 

Washington [101 Washington 

Bedell Phalan II., teamster. 371 Main. b. 
Bedwell Newton, cigar maker, 500 Main, 

h. Blanche, cor. Front 
Beebe Joseph, brick maker, h. 117 Spruce 
Beebe Henry W., billiards, 510 Main, h. 

Burrellville, R. I. 
Beebe Lydia Miss, h. 7 Avon 
Beebe Walter E., manager, 510 Main. h. 

58 Pleasant 
Beedle Melville C, carpenter, Palmer, n. 

Church, house 31 Wendell [Howard 
Beers Martha G., Avidow- of Hiram S., h. 24 
Begley James, laborer, b. 13 Third 
Begley Mary T. Mrs., dressmaker, 2 Cher- 
ry ct., h. do. 
Behan Dennis, brass finisher, b. 56 Second 
Behnke Fred, tel. operator, B. & L. R. R., 

shop 
Beirklund L., mechanical engineer, 604 

Main. 1 . Hamilton 
Belcher Arthur A., b. 18 Ash 
Belcher Catherine, widow, b. 118 Otis 
Belcher Charles E., steam-fitter (00 Kilby, 

B.). b. 407 Main [River 

Belcher Charles F., confectionery, h. 00 
Belcher Edward F., police station 1, h. 10 

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Belcher George G., painter, 519 Main, h. 
473 do. 

Belcher George W., safe painter, 17 Main, 
h. G Lamson place 

Belcher Henry, hostler, 211 Bridge, h. 1 
Fifth [h. do. 

Belcher Hilos C, supt. 193 North avenue, 

Belcher Jacob, teamster, 211 Bridge, h. 10 
Winter [10 Winter 

Belcher Joseph, teamster. 211 Bridge, h. 

Belcher Joseph W., foreman moulders, 
Pelham, h. 3 Village 

Belcher Lucy A. Miss, housekeeper, 9 
Linden [Vassal line 

Belcher Octavo, briekmaker, h. Wahlen, n. 

Bell Andrew, supt., 27 Main, h. at Boston 

Bell Charles H., planer, h. 22 Spring 

Bell Christina, widow of Henry A., house 
49 Harvard 

Bell Frederick P., siipper maker (79 Wen- 
dell, B.), b. r. 104 Harvard 

Bell Henry A., cook, h. r. 104 Harvard 

Bell John H., farmer, b. 8 Cherry 

Bell Sam'lH., laborer, h. 33 Elmer 

Bell William, horse-shoer, 202 North ave- 
nue, h. 25 Wahlen 

Bell William A., brush maker, 124 Har- 
vard, b. Hotel Holly 

Bellew Robert, laborer, h. 75 Elm 

Bellfontaine Louis, baker, h. 102 Tremont 

Bellis William J., mason, h. 29 Bolton 

Belluche Andrew, carpenter, h. 14 Magee 

Belluche John, laborer, Riverside Tress, 
h. 4 Elmer 

Bemis Drucilla D. Mrs., dressmaker, 77 
River, h. do. 

Bemis Frank A., distiller, h. Railroad, cor. 
Dublin 

Bemis F. G., h. Walker, cor. Shepard 

Bemis Jonathan W., physician, h. Walker, 
c. Shepard [r. 118 Fourth 

Bemis Margaret, widow of Abraham, h. 

Bemis Susan P., widow of Emery, h. 158 
Mt. Auburn 

Bernard Joseph G., plumber, b. 458 Cam- 
bridge [Cambridge 

Bernard Joseph H., glass blower, h. 458 

Bengtson Peter, heliotype printer (211 
Tremont, B.), h. 3 Seckle 

Benner Miles A., driver Fairbanks & Neale 
(Howard, B.), h. 24 Upton 

Bonnet Charles II., car builder, B. & A. 
repair shop (Allston), h. Laurel 

Bennet Charles H. jr., r car builder B. & A. 
R. R. shop (Allston), h. 8 Rockwell 

Bennett Augustus N.. sawyer 131 Broad- 
way, e. 122 do. 

Bennett Bernard, shoemaker, h. 4 Cowper- 
thwaite 

Bennett Charles, laborer, h. 51 Raymond 

Bennett Charles, briekmaker Parry Bros. 
& Co., Raymond 

Bennett Charles M., laborer, h. 30 Charles 
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Bennett Earl, mason, 14G Washington 
Bennett Edward C, carpenter, h. 254 

Broadway [ington 

Bennett Edwin C, carpenter, h. 147 Wash- 
Bennett James H., produce (19 North Mar- 
ket, B.), h. 17 Inman 
Bennett John, carpenter, h. Concord av., 

n. slaughter-house 
Bern.'tt Josiah Q., cashier Market Nat'l. 

Bank (86 State, B.), h. 86 Linnaan 
Bennett Lorinda, widow of Daniel, h. 112 

Thorndike 
Bennett Oliver, h. Richdale avenue, 3d 

from Walden [b. 40 l£ Main 

Bennett Willard A., planer, 1G2 Broadway, 
Bennett William, at Niles Bros., Concord 

avenue [Co. 

Bennett W. D., conductor, Cambridge R. 
Benney Marion V. Miss, teacher (East 

Boston), b. r. 20 Prospect 
Benney Nathaniel, h. r. 20 Prospect 
Bennink Cornelius G. H., dry goods, 581 

Main, h. 1G Lee [100 Austin 

Bennink E. A. Mrs., clerk, 581 Main, h. 
Benningham Maurice, horse shoer, h. 63 / 

Spruce [Hfrvard 

Bennink Gerritt J., carpenter, house 34 
Bensel George, shoemaker, b. 440 North 

auenue 
Renshimol Joshua, cigar manufacturer, 

510 Cambridge, h. do. 
Benson Albert S., driver Hook and Ladder 

No. 1, Brattle sq., h. 90 Mt. Auburn 
Benson Edgar, carpenter, h. 51 Clark 
Benson Elizabeth W., widow of George, h. 

r. 104 Harvard 
Benson Henry J. H., hair-dresser, 117 

Cambridge, h. do. 
Benson J., carpenter, rms 127£ Cambridge, 
Benson John, gardener, 25 Craigie, h. 11 

Eliot 
Benson John M., carpenter, h. 17 Hewes 
Benson Mary, widow, h. 17 Rogers blk., 

91 Main 
Benson Mason D., treas. F* R. R. (Cause- 
way, B.), h. 140 North avenue 
Benson Moses, waiter Memorial hall, h. 

33 Dunster 
Benson Moses, cook, h. 33 Dunster 
Rent Charles E-, agent, h. 72 Chestnut 
Bent Charles R., compositor University 

Press, b. 18 Farwell place 

BENT GEORGE €., lawyer (15 
Pemberton sq., room 5, B.), evening 
office. 613 Main, n. 98 Inman 

BENT GEORGE H., supt. Cam- 
bridge Coal Co., 168 Main, house 13 
Brewster place 
Bent John II. (Gage & Bent), hardware, 
200 North av., b. Russell, cor. Orchard 
Bent Mary E. Miss, house 152 Austin 
Bent Sarah C. Miss, house 152 Austin 
Bentley James T., waiter Memorial Hall, 
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Bentley John H., house 22 Fifth 
Bentley Lydia, widow of John, h. 22 Fifth 
Benton Eliza Mrs., h. 6 Emmons place 
Benwell Thomas J., expressman, house 53 
Wright [h. do. 

Benz Charles F., sausage maker, 75 Sixth, 
Benz George, sausage maker, h. 75 Sixth 
Benz Magdalena, widow of George, house 

75 Sixth 
Benzal John, 17 Main, bds. 37 Washington 
Benzaquen Henry, foreman, 35 Pearl, h. 
64 Franklin " [64 Franklin 

Benzaquen Henry Jr., cigar maker, boards 
Benzaquen Vidal, packer, 35 Pearl, house 
64 Franklin [115 Elm 

Berg Martin, case maker, 162 Broadway, h. 
Bergen Kyren, plasterer, h. 49 Amory 
Bergeron Treffle, hostler Charles II. R. Co., 

house 365 North avenue 
Berger August, butcher, bds. I9£ Fifth 
Berkeley David, granite cutter, 53 Main 
Berkeley David, shoemaker, h. 150 Green 
Berkeley David Jr., stone polisher, bds. 
150 Green [Portland 

Berkeley Ludlow J., tailor, 453 Main, h. 28 
Berkeley Patrick, shoemaker, bds. 150 

Green 
Berkeley Patrick A., shoemaker (2 City 

Hall av., B.), house 71 Brookline 
Berkeley Thomas, painter, 642 Main, bds. 

150 Green 
Berkeley William, blacksmith, b.281 Camb. 
Berlin Moses, cigar mnfr. (127 Cambridge, 
B.), honse 8 Holly [Broadway 

Berlinguet Louis P., finisher, house r. 48 
Berlyn Philip, optician, house 8 Holly 
Bernard Charles, 15 Blanche, bds. 458 

Cambridge 
Bernard John H., bookbinder, 105 Maga- 
zine, house 14 Andrew [Co. 
Bernard Joseph, glass blower N. E. Glass 
Bernhard Adam, shoemaker, 5 Brattle, bds. 
428 Cambridge [Hastings 
Bernhardt John Geo., cabinet maker, h. 12 
Berrick Edward C, machinist, (31 Haver- 
hill, B.), house rear 26 Front 
Berrigan John F., plumber, 634 Main, h. 

at South Boston 
Berry Alpheus, eating house (225 Commer- 
cial, B.), bds. 31 Wendell 
BERRY CASPER, lager-beer bot- 
tler, 132 Hampshire, c. Elm, h. do. 
BERRY CHARLES E., machin- 
ist and blacksmith, 72 Boylston, h. 
at East Watertown 
Berry David, laborer, h. 45 Cambridge 
Berry Everett M.. invoice clerk, 4 Win- 

throp, bds. 78 Green 
Berry George A., express driver, bds. Por- 
ter's Hotel [rooms do. 
Berry George C, clerk, 415 Cambridge, 
Berry Jas. A., hostler (B.), h. 10 McCabe 
Berry Joseph S., apothecary clerk, h. 83 
Pleasant [78 Green 
Berry L. Caroline, widow of Alonzo P., h. 



Berry Mary Miss, bds. Ill Auburn ~ 

Berry Mary A., widow of Wm., h. Ill ^^^ 
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Berry Mattis, clerk, 63 Elm, h. do. [ington E~ 
Berry Preston L., laborer, h. 90 Wash- ~_ 
Berry Robert E., gardener Joseph G. Cool- '— *" 
idge, h. foot of Willis court ^_ 

Berry Sarah R., seamstress, almshouse, ^ 
Tannery, bds. do. CD 

Berry Wm., laborer, house 42 Spring 
Berry Wm. B., tinsmith (79 North, B.), h. CD 

67 Lake View avenue CD 

Berthold Selma Mrs., teacher Kindergarten £3 
school, 2 Snelling place (B.), h. 16 £"*" 
Upton «- 

Berthold Victor Maximilian, stenographer 

(95 Milk, B.), h. 16 Upton a 

Bertram H. D. Christian, machinist, Henry, %/ 

house at Sharon ^m 

Bertsch Stephen, surgical instrument mak- ^a 

er (B.), house 33 Seventh mm 

Bertsch Stephen Jr., brush maker (B.), ^** 

bds. 31 Seventh oaJ 

Bertsch Stephen M., house 31 Seventh ^^ 

Bertsch Wm. A., marble worker, 70 and 72 *** 

Bridge, bds. 31 Seventh W 

Bertwell Frank, clerk, 215 North avenue, 

house at Somerville ^^ 

Bertwell H. P., conductor Camb. R. R. Co. , IT 
Berwick Lucy C, widow of James, h. 9 

Hancock place ffj 

Bettinson Addie M. Miss, teacher Gore pri- m 

mary school, bds. Go Otis «e2 

Bettinson Edward W., bookbinder, 7 Brat- *^* 
tie, house 7 Hilliard place ? 

Bettinson Harry W., expressman, 103 Cam- 
bridge, house 124 Otis mm ^ 
Bettinson James W., express, 103 Camb. «j^ 
and (32 Court square, B.), h. 65 Otis *™ 
Bettinson Mary A. H. Mrs., nurse, house ^^ 
125 Pleasant [burn ^^ 
Bettinson Mehitable S., widow, h. 118 Au- ^J 
Bettner Jobn B., laborer, h. 144 Spruce ___ 
Bettridge Michael, peddler, b. 3 Jefferson g 
Betts Geo., F., head waiter (Young's Hotel, 

B.), house 30 Jay asm 

Beunke Fred L., newspapers and periodi- Uw 
cals, 559 Main, h. 113 Washington "JM 

Beunke John, clerk, 559 Main, b. 128 Green ^^ 
Beunke Marene J., widow of Leon J., h. fH 
128 Green LV 

Beveridge A. L., box-maker, 3 Hampshire J^ 
Be von Samuel, at Camb. Rolling Mill, h. mm* 
Rolling Mill block, Portland \J 

Bezanson Peter, carpenter, b. 23 Fifth *■ 

Bezanson Stephen J., painter, h. 12 Fourth 
Bickford Chas., box maker, b. 74 Columbia C ) 
Bickford Geo. E., carpenter, house 8h rear T" 
Perry .-,-, 

Bickford Thomas Rev., pastor Wood Me- ' 
morial Cong. Church, h. 201 Harvard I 
Bicknell Joseph G., cabinet maker and up- C/3 
holsterer 642 Main, h. 25 Elm m 

Bidavean John, sausage maker 95 Spruce, ^^ 
house do. 



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Biddle Chas. M., clerk (177 Congress, B.), 

boards 42 Arlington 
Biddle Chas. W., pastor Third Universalist 

Church, honse 42 Arlington 
Biddlingmare Bernard, baker 442 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Biewalder Wm., 1G2 Broadway, h. 128 Gore 
Bicrweiler Andrew, beer bottler G3 Elm, h. 

175 Otis. E. Camb. 
Bierweiler Andrew, 15 Blanche, h. 175 Otis 
Bicrweiler Jacob, laborer, h. 28 Gore 
Bigaoustte Joseph N., action maker 45 

Broadway, house 44 School 
Bigelow Alanson, watches, jewelry, and 
plate (511 Washington, B.), house 2G5 
Harvard 
Bigelow Alanson Jr., at Iron Works (New- 
ton), boards 2Go Harvard 
Bigelow Chas. W., book-keeper (52 Kilby, 

B.)i b. 54 Concord Avenue 
Bigelow Frank H., book-keeper (52 Kilpy, 

B.), boards 54 Concord Avenue 
Bigelow Marshall T., proof reader Univer- 
sity Press, h. 54 Concord Avenue 
Bigelow Mary, widow, h. 1 Second St. PI, 
Bigelow Melville M., lawyer (209 Wash., 

room 54, B.), h. Brewster Place 
Biggers Wm. O., paper hanger, house 171 

Tnorndike 
Biggin Patrick, currier, h. 224 Franklin 
Bigley Daniel, horse trainer (Beacon Park. 
B.), house GG River [Harvard 

Bignoll Harriet, wid. of Barnard, h. 200 
Bigonetti Joseph, setter up 139 Broadway, 

h. 44 School 
Bigraft Diana, wid. of Wm., h. 5 Grant 
Bill Alexander H., student, b. 12 Centre 
Bill Frank C, broker (225 Washington, 

B.), house 12 Centre 
Bill Harry C, clerk (73 South Market, 
B.), boards 12 Centre [mento 

Billing Warren, clerk G21 Main, b. Sacra- 
Billings Duncan, hairdresser l£ Brattle, b. 

19 Winthrop 
Billings Edmund F., polisher, h. G7 Moore 
Billings Elmer W., clerk 4G8 Harvard, rms. 

do. 
Billings John D., principal Webster Gram- 
mar School, house 17 Perry 
Billings Lilleore T., widow of Emilius G., 
h. 39 Sacramento [Harvard 

Billings Lucretia II., wid. of Uriah, h. 191 
Billman John, trav. agent (325 Wash., B.), 

h. GG3 Main 
Bingham Edw. A., tinsmith, h. 7 Kinnaird 
Bingham M. M. Miss, teacher Allston 

Grammar School 
Biorklund Lars, mechanical engineer 604 

Main, house 9 Hamilton 
Bird Elizabeth H., widow of Horace, h. 

Belmont, cor. Cushing 
Bird Geo., h. 1 Forest 

Bird Henry M., iron founder, Pelham, cor. 
Broadway, house 11 Bigelow 



Bird Herman (II. Bird & Co.). ins. agent 
559 Main and (53 Devonshire, B.), h. 
149 Prospect 

BIRD H. & CO. (Herman Bird), ins. 
agents 559 Main and (53 Devon- 
shire, 12 to 1 p. 3i., B.) 
Bird Margaret, wid., h. r. 175 Bridge 
Bird Richard O., coachman 808 Main, h. 17 

Kinnaird 
Bird Wm. W., b. 11 Bigelow 
Birmingham Wm., plumber 5 Brattle, bds. 

at Somerville 
Birquist John, safe maker 17 Main 
Bisbee John, fruit (12 Mer. Row, B.), h. 

99 Inman 
Bishop Abel S., teamster, h. 5G Spring 
Bishop C. O.. driver Camb. R. R. Co'. 
Bishop George H., upholsterer, boards 24 
Pleasant [do. 

Bishop Howard S., coachman G74 Main, b. 
Bishop Joel P., law author, h. 51 Sacra- 
mento [Pleasant 
Bishop Sarah E., wid. of Henry, house 24 
Bishop Wm., wood worker, b. 3 Moore 
Bishop Wm. H., wood worker 378 Main, h. 
3 Moore [house 25 Suffolk 
Bissell Daniel M., jeweler (S~> Brattle, B.) 
Bissell Julia W. Mrs., h. 5G Shepard 
Bissell Richard L., book-binder (Temple 
Place, B.), h. 205 Lake View Avenue 

Bissell , student H. U., b. Daniel 

Bissell's, 25 Suffolk 
Bistrup Alfred J., telescope maker Alvan 

Clark & Sons, Henry, h. 259 Sidney 
Bittncr Geo. C, safe painter 17 Main 
Bixby Hiram A., machinist 356 Main, h. 97 

Washington 
Bixby Lvdia Miss, h. 28 Holyoke 
Bixby Mehitable Miss, h. 28 Holyoke 
Black Arthur, hostler 904 Main, house at 

Somerville 
Black Cyrus B., carriage painter, boards 

Rogers' block. Washington 
Black Edwin E. (McSherry & Black), liq- 
uors 430 Camb., rooms 105 Tremont 
Black Henry, machinist 92 Main 
Black James, laborer, h. 33 Willow 
Black James, upholsterer, h. 15 Wash. 
Black James, paper hanger 101 Green, rms. 
57 do. 

BLACK JAMES WALLACE, 
photographer (333 Wash., B.), h, 10 

Avon 
Black Jane Mrs., boarding house 91 Main 
Black John II., bookbinder. 1). 159 Main 
Black John M., laborer, h. 91 Main 
Black Mary Mrs., h. 21 Hastings 
Black Olive P. Miss, teacher of drawing, 

bds. 10 Avon 
Black Otis Fisher, student, bds. 10 Avon „ 
Black Robert, teamster 105 Broadway, h. 

14 Berkshire Place 
Black Robert, driver Camb. R. R. Co., h. 

99 Mount Auburn 



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Black Thomas F., boards Mrs. William 

Black's, Concord Avenne 
Black Wm., h. 159 Main 
Black Wm. Mrs., bouse Concord Avenue, 

opposite Niles Brothers 
Blackington Henry B., clerk 468 Harvard, 

rooms do. 
Blackman Arthur TV., book-keeper (216 

Devonshire, B.), b. 28 Arlington 
Blackman Horace P., foreman mill work 

162 Broadway, h. 28 Arlington 
Blackman Wm. R., planer 169 Gore, hou e 

87£ Sixth 
Blackmar J. H., at American Rubber Co. 
Blackwell , car repairer O. C. R. R., 

h. 2 Charles River 
Blackwell Seth, tinman 153 Putnam Ave- 
nue, house 1 Elmer 
Blackwell William H., tinsmith 525 Main. 

boards 163 Columbia 
Blair Amos B., clerk, 9 Harvard square, b. 

40 Winthrop 
Blair Charles, laborer, b. 40 Winthrop 
Blair James, h. 40 Winthrop 
Blair James, proof reader University Press 

house 450 Broadway 

BLAIR LAFAYETTE O., law- 
yer (48 Congress, B.), boards 34 
North av. 
Blair Mary, teacher Allston grammar school 

boards 34 North ave. 
Blair Samuel, laborer, b. 24 DeWolf 
Blair S. M., salesman (B.), rooms 227 

Broadway 
Blair William J., compositor University 

Press, house 12 Gerry 
Blaisdell Bertram D., clerk and messenger, 

Lechmere National Bank, 60 Cambridge 

house at Peabody 
Blaisdell Benjamin F. (Blaisdell & Hood), 

7\) Brattle, house at Carlisle 
Blaisdell Charles P., foreman F. Geldowsky 

Otis, corner First 
Blaisdell EzraR., teamster, h. 16 Seventh 
Blaisdell George J., asst supt. Cambridge 

fire alarm, City building, Brattle square 

house 48 Winthrop 
Blaisdell John G., clerk. 253 Cambridge, 

boards 16 Seventh 
Blaisdell Orrie A. Miss, fancy dry goods, 

442 Harvard,. boards 760 Main 
Blaisdell Stephen B., engineer B. & L. R. 

R., rooms 95 Otis 
Blaisdell & Hood (Benjamin F. Blaisdell & 

William H. Hood), hard and soft wood 

79 Brattle 
Blake Andrew M., bookbinder, B. P. L. (40 

Boylston, B.), house 8 Sidney 
Blake Arthur W., dry goods, 159 Camb., 

and hats, caps, etc., lf>8do., h. 102 Otis 
Blake Bridget, widow of Thomas, house 39 

Hastings 
Blake Clarence H., book finisher Riverside 

Press, boards 8 Sidney 



Blake David, 162 Broadway, h. Warren 
Blake Eben N., tinsmith (Somerville), h. 

154 Cambridge 
Blake Edward W., teas and coffees, house 

157 Thorndike 

BLAKE EDWIN H., real estate 
and insurance, 36 Fifth, house at 
Bedfcrl 
Blake Elwisa A. Miss, bookkeeper, 497 
Main, house 133 Pearl [84 Pleasant 
Blake Frank R,, clerk (9 Chauncy, B.), b. 
Blake GeorgeF., Mnfg. Co., foundry, Th rd 

cor. Bent and (44 Washington,* B.) 
Blake George O. Mrs., h. 359 Harvard 
Blake Herbert, tinsmith, 12 Brattle, house 

at Brighton 
Blake Ida A. Miss, manager Wheeler & 
Wilson S. M. Co., 1 Columbia, house 
133 Pearl [Jefferson 

Blake John, laborer C. H. North's, house 4 
Blake John L., bookkeeper F. Geldowsky, 
Furniture Co., boards at West Somer- 
ville 
Blake LeAvis, writer Memorial hall, rooms 
16 Eldridge [133 Pearl 

Blake Lizzie H., widow of George R. , h. 
Blake Theodore E., grocer, 158 Cambridge 

house 167 do. 
Blake Thomas, lab., h. r. 189 Hampshire 
Blake Thomas C, upholsterer (B.), bds. 39 

Hastings 
Blakey John, shell boat builder, foot of De 

Wolf, house 39 Putnam av. 
Blakey Wm., potter, h. 10 Rogers' blk Main 
Blanchard f Abraham, night fireman H. U., 

boards 10 Church 
Blanchard Daniel E.. boxmaker, State, cor 

Osborn, house 47 School 
Blanchard Dexter V., engineer B. & L. R. 

R., house 60 Otis 
Blanchard Fred W., letter-carrier P. O., 

129 Camb., house 62 Thorndike 
Blanchard George H., clerk 89 Cambridge, 

boards rear 60 Otis 
Blanchard John Henry, salesman (83 Sum- 
mer, B.), house 47 River 
Blanchard M. Frank, fish-dealer (8 T whf. 

Boston), liouse 25 Pleasant 
Blanev Sarah, widow of Patrick, house 

123£ Winsor 
Blank Ernest, varnisher (Wareham, Bos- 
ton), house 110 Pleasant 
Blankenship Walter, mariner, h. 10 Union 
Blatchford Sarah Mrs., h. 124 Norfolk 
Blatehsord Wm. H., mason, h. 6 Laurel 
Blay George, box maker, Hazlett & Under- 
bill, First 
Blazin James T., plumber, b, 33 Banks 
Blazin Thomas, gardener, h. 33 Banks 
Bleiler Charles, cigar maker, b. 41 Winter 
Bleiler Peter, cigar maker, b. 41 Winter 
Blen Elbridge, rolice station 1, house 12 
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Blennerhassett Richard, gardener, house 5 
Burns court [li. do. 

Blesch Emanuel T., restanrant. 10£ Fifth, 

Blessington Annie, widow of Hugh, house 
6 Rogers' block, Washington 

Bl ssington Ellen Mrs., h. 125 Third 

Blessington E.. polisher, 139 Broadway, b. 
(i Rogers' block. Washington 

Blessington James, ston -cutter, 41 Main. 
house at Boston 

Blessington Peter (Peter Blessington & 
Son. Third, h. at Somerville 

Blessington Peter & Son (Peter and Fran- 
cis A. Blessington), granite dealers, 
Gore's wharf, Third 
■* Blevins Jas., tin roofer, h. 12 Magazine ct. 

QBlevins John A., clerk (151 Hanover, B.), 
b. 04 Putnam av. 
<vT)LEVIXS JOHN J., slater, base- 
*\D ment. 004 Main. h. 04 Putnam av. 
||| Blevins Joseph J., slater, b. 94 Putnam av. 
*** Blevins Marv. widow of John L., house 19 
fyi Park 

™ Blevins Win. 15.. at 172 Pearl, h. 3 Sands 
flfl Bligh Henry, farmer, h. 2(1 Harvey 
■■■ Blight John, porter (87 Milk, room 35, Bos- 
ton), h. 36 Moore 
f_ : . Blinn Andrew, blacksmith, b. 189 Broadw'y 

QBlish Ariadne Mis*, private school, 39 
Dana, b. do. 
Blish Lucia A., widow, h. 39 Dana 
< Bliss Frank 1).. night fireman II. U., rms. 
10 Church 
S Bliss Leonard C. boot mnfr. (Brockton), 
h. 33^ Inman 

BLISS WIE.LI.4IfI H.. wholesale 
stationer and novelties, 589i Main, b. 
25 Prince 

S Bliss Zenas W.. proof-reader Riverside 
Press, h. 25 Prince 
O Blodgett Alvaro Mrs., h. 11 Worcester 
Blodgett Elias, paper stock (B). h. 69 Otis 
Blodgett Warren K. jr.. a^st. V. S. attorney 
TT U. S. Court House (140 Tremont, B.)", 

™ ■ h. 70 North ave. 

Blodgett Wm. A., h. 10 Trowbridge 
"^ Blonde Marv. widow of Edwin A., h. 16 
{/) Rockwell 

mmm Blood B. Kimball, organ action maker, 
. (1299 Washington. B.). h, 438 Main 

f mm Blood Hiram, engineer steamer No. 3, h. 
0lj 40 Fifth [at Xewton 

DC Blood Marcus M.. clerk, 1544 Harvard, h. 

DBlor Octo. brick maker, b. Jackson, n. 
Spruce [Market 

OBlosen Frederick, at 102 Broadway, h. 50 
Blount Eugene L. machinist (55 Charles- 
town, B.), h. 37 Norfolk 
l^ Blnnt John J., laborer, h. 4;s Hastings 
j/*'' Blynn C. B., 162 Broadway, h. at Boston 
/m ^ Boak Edward J., foreman, 31 Elm. h. 112 
Mr i Columbia [15 Laurel 

Boardman Anna, widow of Andrew, house 



Boardman Charles, h. Washington avenne, 
opp. Foxcroft [Dudley 

Boardman Edward, painter, h. Jackson, n. 

Boardman Ellen F., book-keeper. 575 Main 
b. 15 Laurel 

Boardman George H., painter, b. Edward 
Boardman's, Jackson [Jackson 

Boardman John, Currier, b. E. Boardman's 

Boardman Wm. C, tailor (21 Summer. 
B., h. 204 Pearl 

Bocher Eerdimmd. prof, of Modern Lan- 
guages H. V.. h. 12 Holyoke place 

Bocher Jacob, laborer, b. 102 Fourth 

Bocher M., student H. U., b. 12 Holyoke 
place 

Bock Rudolphus C telescope maker Alvan 
Clark & Sons, Henry, h. 13 Florence 

BOCK W Iff. A., 'florist, 320 North 
avenue, h. do. 

Bockman Albert, painter, h. 3 Rogers' blk., 
Brewery [Columbia 

Bodemer Charles Julius, carver, house 145 

Bodwell Charles F., lather, b. 50 Market 

Bodwell Erederick, lobsterman, (Battery 
wharf. B.), h, 50 Market 

Boeckmann Gustavus Dr., teacher of Lan- 
guages H. P., h. 10 DeWolf 

Bog^s Kdwin P.. com. mer. (47 South Mar- 
ket, and lumber, 204 Causeway, B.),h. 
336 Broadway 

Bogus Francis M.. steamship master (47 
S. Market. B.). h. 280 Broadway 

Bagga John, coachman. 771 Main, 1). do. 

Bogie John, compositor University Press, 
b. 20 Farwell place [Harvey 

Bohmiller Leopold, currier, h. Jackson, n. 

Bokinan Louis A., safe painter, 17 Main. h. 
3 Brewery 

Bolen Patrick, laborer, B. & L. R. R.. h. r. 
30 Core [Somerville 

Bolger David, blacksmith. Palmer, bds. at 

BOLOER J.4JIES, horse shoer, 
Palmer, n. Church, b. 22 Church 
Bolger Martin, bhicksmith. Palmer, b. 22 

Church 
Bolles Fannie D.. widow of Frederick, h. 

102 Mt. Auburn [Berkeley 

Bolles Frank (248 Washington, B.). b. 20 
Bolo George X.. boiler maker, 02 Main, h. 

170 Norfolk 
Bolster Fred, lumper, 162 Broadway, b. 50 

Market [10 Ranks 

Bolster John C. clerk (33 Summer, B.), »• 
Bolster J. L.. polisher, 130 Broadway, b. 

33 Pearl 
Bolster Mary, widow of John. h. 10 Banks 
Bolster Richard, shoemaker. 20 Rovlston, 

h. 12 Banks 
Bolt Hezekiah, porter, b. 10 Hastings 
Bolter Charles, teamster, b. Second 
Bolter Joseph, teamster, h. 45 Canib. 
Bolton Charles J., student, b. G3 Green 
Bolton George G., piano tuner, 63 Green, 

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Bolton Harry, cutter, Amer. Rubber Co. 
Bolton Henry, foreman, 120 Portland, h. 

06 Winsor 
Bolton James, cook Memorial Hall, b. do. 
Bolton Sarah Miss, h. 102 Harvard 
Bond Catharine H. Miss. h. 8 Holyoke pi. 
Bond Elizabeth L. MPs. h. ;s Holyoke pi. 
Bond Frederick A., asst paymaster, 169 

Gore, h. at Charlestown [74 Camb. 
Bond John C, clerk (42 Hanover. B.), b. 
Bond John H., hook agent, li. 74 Elm 
Bond Mary, widow of Richard, h. 73 North 

avenue [Camb. 

Bond Mary E., widow of John W., h. 74 
Bond Oliver A., clerk, 30 Boylston, h. 7 

Spruce [tory, Concord av. 

Band Selina C, Miss, assistant Observa- 
Bonenfant Alphonse, tinsmith (B.), h. 4 

Baldwin pi. 
Bonner Jane, wid. of John, h. 16 Holyoke 
Bonney Arthur P., student, II. U. bds. 32 

Arlington 
Bonney Charles II., clerk (458 Wash. B.), 

b. 32 Arlington [3 Lawrence 

Bonney Lucy A., widow of Charles, house 
Bonney Pelham, insurance broker (5 Bern- 



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berton sqr., room 6, B.), h. 52 1'hasant 



Bonney l J erez F., salesman (518 Washing- 
ton, B.), h. 32 Arlington 

Booker Robert C, porter B. & A. R. R. 
station (Kneeland, B.), h, 4G Market 

Booker Simeon, iron moulder, Pelham, h 
Gl Clark 

Bond Charles, cooper, h. 127 Gore 

Booth Prank E., porter X. Y &X. E. R 
house 133 Columbia 

Booth Thomas, grocer, 82 Pleasant, house 

Boothby Frank M., shipper (03 North. B.), 
house 414 Main [Main, h. do. 

Boothby Mary p. Mrs., dressmaker, 414 

Bord John A., carpenter, h. 17 Rogers' 
block, 01 Main [B.), h. 58 

Borden George P., woodworker, 100 Court, 

Borden Henry L.. clerk, 502 Main, h. 77 
A., Putnam avenue 

Borg Anna C, h. 17 Rogers' block, 01 Main 

Borges Anthony, laborer Revere Sugar 
Refinery, h. Berkshire, n. Plymouth 

Borges Prank, hairdresser (Somerville), 
bds. 17 Seventh 

Borges Joaquin, hairdresser, 204 Cam- 
bridge, house 17 Seventh 

Borges Joseph, hairdresser, 204 Camb., b. 
17 Seventh 

Borges Manuel, hairdresser, 454 Camb., 
h. Berkshire, n. Plymouth 

Boris Raphael, com. mer. (176 Atlantic av., 
B.), h. 215 Harvard [Columbia 

Borum Katie Miss, rubber maker, bds. 5s 

Borum Mary Miss, rubber maker, bds. 58 
Columbia 

Boston Bridge Works, iron bridge mnfrs., 
D. H. Andrews, prop.. Sixth, cor. Rog- 
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BOSTON C\X CO., J. W. Pierce, ^ 
treas. (12G Milk, B.) 
BOSTON ICE CO., Prison Point 
bridge and (76 State. B.) 
Boston Lawrence A., clerk, 621 Main, bds. 

at Somerville 
Boston Stamping Works, tinware mnfrs., 
Third, n. Broadway, Seavey & Co., 
proprietors, salesroom (03 to 07 North, 
B.) 
Boston Standard Wheel Co., 21 Hampshire 

BOSTON WOVEN HOSE CO., 
fire hose mnfrs. , 1 i 
(220 Devonshire, B.) 

Boston & Lowell Railroad machine shop, 
Bridge, near Craigie bridge 

Boston & Maine Railroad machine shop, 
Prison Point, near Boston line 

Bosworth Geo. W.. see, Massachusetts Bap- 
tist Convention (10 Tremont Temple, 
B.), house 00 North avenue 

Bosworth Leonard, carpenter, house 3 
Holly avenue [6 Avon 

Bottum Pordyce II., student, II. P.. bds. 

Bouchard Clovis, boots and shoes, 3 Har- 
vard row, rooms do. 

Boudro Galiton, brickmaker, house Concord 
avenue, cor. New [h. New 

Boudro John C, butcher Niles' Brothers, 

Boudrot Albert, grocer, Concord avenue, 
near P. R. R., house do 

Bourget Peter, laborer A. II. Hews & Co., 
house Crescent av., opp. the- pottery 

Bourke Lemuel N.. waiter Memorial Hall, 
rooms 133 Columbia 
[oo Park Bourne George P., clerk (14G Mt. Vernon, 
B.), house 62 Dana 

Bourne Robert T., carpenter (140 Mt. Ver- 
non, B.), house 64 Dana 

Bourne Fanny Mrs., bds. 727 Cambridge 
j Bourne Mary A. Miss, teacher Gore pri- 
mary school, bds. 727 Cambridge 

Bournique Hannah L., widow of Louis, 
house 87 Gore 

Bours Nim, laborer, house opp. 24 Dudley 

Boutwell Nathan B. (Custom House. B.), 
house 7G Hubbard avenue 

Bowdoin John, upholsterer, bds. 159 Bridge 

Bowdoin Sarah, wid. of John, h. 150 Bridge 

Bowdoin William, upholsterer, bds. lV.i 
Bridge 

Bowen Bernard, laborer, h. 34 Charles 

Bowen Charles C, clerk, bds. r. 15 Hollis 

Bowen Charles S., bds. 9 Pollen 

Bowen Cornelius, boiler maker. 02 Main. 
h. 5 Qannum's block. Broadway 

Bowen Fannie W. Miss. h. 51 Prie 

Bowen Prancis, Alford Professor of Nat- 
ural Religion. Moral Philosophy, and 
Civil Polity H. P.. house Pollen 

Bowen James, laborer, h. 140 Bridge 

Bowen Louisa J. Mrs., h. 101 Harvard 

Bowen Orson O., brass trimming ninfr. 
(59 Beverly, B.), h. 3 Boardman pi. 






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Bowen Richard, laborer, h. 29 Carson 
Bowen Walter E., trimmer, 169 G^re, 

rooms 108 Cambridge [ard 

Bowen William L., laborer, bds. 104 How- 
Bowens Wm. B. Rev., pastor of Rush-st. 

M. E. Zions church, h. 43 Washington 
Bower Charles N., carpenter, bds. 9 Charles 

River [bds. 60 Pleasant 

Bower Charles W. , contractor and builder, 
Bowers Edward A., painter (B.), house 

Rollins court 
Bowers Frances Miss, asst. sec. U. S. S. 
Society (7 Tremont place, B.), bds. 10 

Hollis 
Bowers F. L., roller maker, 368 Main 
Bowers John M.. engineer, b. 16S Norfolk 
Bowers Lydia E. Mrs., house 10 Hollis 
Bowes Eliza, widow of Thomas, house 4 

Rogers' block, Washington 
Bowes Frank, box maker. 3 Hampshire, 

bds. 4 Rogers' block, Washington 
Bowker Arthur L., clerk (B.), b. 3 Avon 

BOWKER EDWIN F., civil en- 
gineer and surveyor, 023 Main, room 

8, house at Boston 
BoAvker Sarah E., wid. of A. J., h. 7 Essex 
Bowker Thomas, engineer, rooms 104 

Thorndike 
Bowker Wi slow L., house 3 Avon 
Bowler Michael, cooper, 75 Main, house at 

South Boston 
Bowler Michael, wheelwright, h. Marsh ct. 
Bowles Ella R. Mrs., teacher of painting, 

h. 20£Bigelow [Green 

BowleyAsaF., tin-plate worker, house 23 
Bowman Algernon, laborer, h. 21 Elme 
Bowman Charles F., paper hanger and jan- 
itor hotels rooks, Holly, School, 

Main and Clark, bds. 1 do. 
Bowman Joanna EL, widow of Abner, h. 

61 Oxford [Charles 

Bowman John, ship carpenter, house near 
Bowman Matthew, laborer, bds. 41 Wash- 
ington [house 2.") Prospect 
Bowman Orlando, salesman (216 State, B.), 
Bowman Thomas, laborer, house Gushing, 

opposite Woodlawn avenue 

Bowman Miss, house 111 Columbia 

Bowser Nathaniel, book-agent, house 86 

Washington [house 124 do. 

Bowyer William, provisions, 126 River, 
Boyce Charles H., clerk (450 Washington, 

Boston), house 5 Union [Hastings 

Boyce Edward L., piano-finisher, house 75 
Boyce Hannah, widow of Thomas, house 37 

Union [5 Winsor 

Boyce James S., moulder, 356 Main, house 
Boyce Joseph, moulder, 356 Main, boards 

5 Winsor [bds. 37 Union 

Boyce Joseph P., can-painter, 44 6 Main, 
Boyce Thomas F.. liquors, etc.. 122 Colum- 
" bia. house 180 Harvard [h. at B. 

Boyd Angus, shoemaker. 323 Cambridge, 
Boyd Charles E., teacher vocal music, house 
' 8 Ma gee 



Boyd Daniel F., boards 4 Allston 

Boyd Esther Miss, milliner, 514 Main, bds. 

81 Auburn [bds. do. 

Boyd Fannie L. Miss., millinery, 81 Auburn, 

Boyd Harriet E., widow of Samuel S., h. 

31 Lee [B.), bds. 17 Myrtle pi. 

Boyd James R., salesman (447 Washington, 

Boyd Jane, widow of James, house rear 36 

Moore • 

Boyd Orman T., wholesale grocer (216 

State, Boston), house 33 Linnaean 
Boyd Richard C., laborer, boards 4 Allston 
Boyd R. S., house 17 Lancaster 
Boyd Thomas, architect, house 81 Auburn 
Boyd Thomas, laborer (Everett), house 8 
Lincoln [B.), h. 17 Myrtle pi. 

Boyd William, engineer (515 Washington, 
Boyd William, printer, University Press, 

house 62 Trowbridge 
Boyd William A., electrotyper, University 
Press, house 11 River [223 Green 

Boyden Benjamin F., grocer, 854 Main, h. 
Boyden George W., varnisher, boards 159 
Bridge [159 Bridge 

Boyden John, furniture-polisher, boards 
Boyden Louis F., clerk (105 Bedford, B.), 

house 24 Prospect 
Boyden Sanford E., carriage-trimmer, 176 

North avenue, house Hadley plaee 

Boyden Sarah, widow of John, house 159 

Bridge [B.). bds. 3 Norfolk 

Boyer Henry B., clerk (113 Devonshire, 

Boyer Herbert L., clerk (113 Devonshire. 

Boston), boards 3 Norfolk 
Boyer Samuel, stair-builder, h. 3 Norfolk 
Boylan C hostler Murray-street stable, 

Cambridge Railroad Co. 
Boylan Patrick, nurse Massachusetts Gen- 
eral Hospital (Boston), h. 152 Green 
Boyle Ann. widow, house 53 Charles 
Bo\le Bernard, oyster-opener, house 25 
Jefferson [Warren, h. do. 

Boyle Charles, junk dealer and grocer. 26 
Boyle Eliza Mrs., bds. Waldcn, e. Dublin 
Boyle Elizabeth, widow of John, house 163 

Winsor 
Boyle .lames, cabinet-maker, Woodbury 

building. Otis, house rear 34 Charles 
Boyle James, teamster, house 77 GVwicord 
avenue [Boyle's, Walden 

Boyle James,, laborer, boards Rebecca 
Boyle James II.. clerk, boards 163 Winsor 
Boyle James K., foreman. Woodbury build- 
ing. Otis, house at Somerville 
Boyle Jeremiah J., cabinet-maker, Wood- 
bury building, Otis, house ;">4 Charles 
Boyle John, teamster, 77 Tremont. h. do. 
Boyle Mary Mrs., book-folder, boards Wal- 
den. corner Dublin 
Boyle Mary A., baker, house 34 Charles 
Boyle Michael, laborer, 169 Gore, boards 14 
Seventh [Seventh 

Boyle Patrick, laborer, 160 Gore, house 14 
Boyle Patrick F. Rev., assistant pastor St. 
Mary's church, house 55 Norfolk 



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Boyle Patrick S., cooper, John Reardon & 
Sons, house 275 Putnam avenue 

Boyle Rebecca Miss, book-folder, boards 
Walden. corner Dublin 

Boyle Rebecca, widow of Edward, house 
Walden, corner Dublin 

Boyle William, laborer, house 125 Third 

Boyle William, machinist, bds. 14 Seventh 

Boyle Wm. C, laborer, house 125 Third 

Boyman Jas. A., brick-layer, h. 12 Banks 

Boynton Charles F., real estate (31 Milk, 
room 35, B.), house 20 Mount Pleasant 

Boynton Edward P., boots and shoes (50 
Cambridge, B.), house 19 Arlington 

Boynton Francis M., carpenter, house 
Squire's block, Gore 

Boynton Frederick, foreman, Niles Bros., 
Concord avenue, h. 211 Lake View av. 

Boynton Frederick II., book-keeper, Niles 
Bros., Concord avenue, house 211 
Lake View avenue [h. 11 Perry 

Boynton Herbert A., clerk (139 Milk, B.) 

Boynton Herbert H., clerk office of Secre- 
tary of State, State House,. Boston), 
boards 46 Pearl [151 Cambridge 

Boynton John L. , bail-commissioner, house 

Boynton Morris B., produce (53 Commer- 
cial, Bos' on), house 13 Chauncy 

Boynton Perkins, house 11 Perry 

Boynton Robert II., moulder H. M. Bird, 
Pelham, house 166 Main 

Boynton Sadie M., kindergarten, 29 Mount 
Pleasant, boards do. 

Boynton Warren R., h. 173 Lake View av. 

Boyson George, groceries and provisions, 
8£ Mount Auburn, house 10 do. 

Boyson George H., book-binder, Riverside 
bindery, house 54 Fairmont 

Boyson Sarah A., widow of William G., h. 
6 Fairmont avenue [h. do. 

Boyson Simon M., provisions, 218 Green 

Boyson William L., book-binder Riverside 
bindery, house 26 Fairmount 

Bracken Francis, gate tender B. & L. R. R. 
Water st. crossing, h. 8 Water 

Brackett Almon (A. Brackett & Co.), car- 
riage painter 18 Cambridge, house at 
Somerville 

Brackett A. & Co. (Almon Brackett), car- 
riage painters 18 Cambridge 

Brackett Chas. W., asst. engineer C. F. D., 
boards 133 Mt. Auburn 

Brackejt Henry T., clerk (24 Dock square, 
B.), house 7 Sidney 

Brackett I. Frank, salesman 7 Harvard sq. , 
house 15 Worcester 

Brackett James, h. 23 Everett 

Brackett Wm. H., h. 133 Mt. Auburn 

Brackett Wm. W., clerk (41 Broad, B.), 
boards 7 Sidney 

Bradbury John P., traveling salesman 503 
Main, house at Charlestown 

Bradbury Milton W. (295 Washington, B.), 
house 49 Walden 



Bradbury Wm. F., head master High 

School, house 369 Harvard 
Bradeen Jacob F., teamster 169 Gore, and 

mason, house 32 Fourth 
Bradeen Jotham S., hay, coal, etc. 253 

Cambridge, house 36 Springfield (Som- 
erville) 
Bradford Annie Miss, collar maker 10 Arrow 
Bradford Gamaliel, stock broker (13 Ex- 
change, B.), house 8 Prescott 
Bradford Gamaliel Jr., (Ex. pi. B.), b. 8 

Prescott 
Bradford Henry W., h. 73 River 
Bradford Isaac, house 46 Sacramento 
Bradford J. Russell, marine adjuster (53 

State, room 23, B.), h. 375 Harvard 
Bradford Mary R. Mrs., h. 375 Harvard 
Bradford Robert, laborer, h. 57 Charles 
Bradford Russell, marine adjuster (209 

Washington, B.), h. 375 Harvard 
Bradford Thos. H., book-keeper (130 

North, B.), house 128 Norfolk 
Bradford Wm. B., mechanical engineer 356 

Main, h. 124 Western Ave. 
Bradish Frank E., lawyer (10 Tremont, B.) 
Bradlee Chas. L., locksmith and brass 

worker 648 Main, h. 646 do. 
Bradlee Ellen M. Miss, book-keeper 10 Ar- 
row, h. at Watertown 
Bradlee Sherman S., (62 Summer, B.), b. 

5 Pleasant 
Bradley Charles E., laborer 169 Gore, bds. 

30 Fonrth 
Bradley Dennis, at Boston Stamping Co., 

Third, house at Medford 
Bradley D. E. 162 Broadway, house at 

Somerville 
Bradley Ernest, cigar maker, b. 536 Main 
Bradley Geo., at 174 Broadway 
Bradley Jane, widow of Abram, house 291 

Cambridge 
Brady J., printer University Press 
Bradley John W., com. mer. boots and 

shoes (101 Summer, B.), house 29 

Lancaster 
Bradley Joseph Mrs., h. 29 Lancaster 
Bradley Julia, widow of John, h. 88 Fifth 
Bradley Maria, widow, h. 5 Pleasant 
Bradley Mary, widow of John, house 12l£ 

Winsor^ [at Boston 

Bradley Patrick, spring maker 368 Main, h. 
Branley Robert, laborer 3 Hampshire 
Bradley Wm. J., teamster 13 Broadway, h. 

74 Hampshire 
Bradshaw Aaron, oil and candles (7 Cen- 
tral wharf, B.), house 44 Erie 
Bradshaw Alfred A., salesman (450 Wash., 

B.), h. 6 Perry 
Bradshaw Walter L., telephone inspector, 

boards 31 Decatur 
Bradstreet S., conductor Camb. R. Co. 
Brady Bridget Miss, variety store 15 Vine, 

house do. [2 Stevens Ct. 

Brady Chas., laborer (51 Hanover, B.), h. 



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Brady Edw. 
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Brady Edw. 
Brady Edw. F. 

Fourth 
Brady Edw. J., h. 163 Winsor 
Brady James, carpenter, b. 40 Spruce 
Brady James, at University Press, boards 9 

Charles River 
Brady James, laborer, h. r. 201 Camb. 
Brady James T., clerk (370 Atlantic Av., 

B.), b. 2 Stevens Ct. 
Brady Jeremiah, glass blower Union Glass 

Co. (Somerville), house 4 Fourth 

Brady John, laborer IG9 Gore, house rear 

186 Cambridge [Mill 

Brady John B., baker 82 Mt. Auburn, b. 7 

Brady Margaret, widow of John, house r. 

15 Vine 

Brady Margaret Mrs., h. 6 Oak 

Brady Mary E. Miss, dressmaker rear 186 

Camb., h. do. [Pearl 

Brady Mary J. Miss, dressmaker, bds. 216 

Brady Michael, at Hews' pottery, boards 

40 Spruce [Ninth 

Brady Michael, laborer 169 Gore, house 5 

Brady Michael J., baker 82 Mt. Auburn, h. 

7 Mill [shire 

Brady Patrick, glass maker, h. 195 Hamp- 

Brady Patrick F., laborer (89 Broad, B.), 

h. 25 Winter 
Brady Thos. J., bartender (86 Wash., B.), 

house 97 Winsor 
Brady Wm., teamster 69 Main 
Bragdan O. S. Miss, supt. Camb. P. O. 7 

Harvard Row, b. at Boston 
Bragg Elizabeth Mrs., h. 41 Norfolk 
Bragg Fred S., clerk (117 State, B.), h. r. 

"l8G Camb. 
Bragg Warren S., Custom House (296 

State, B.), h. 117 Prospect 
Braid Alexander, cabinet maker, house 86 

Fifth 
Braham Joseph, baker, h. r. 103 Spring 
Braham Joseph F., clerk (18 Blackstone, 

B.), h. r. 103 Spring 

Brain; rd James P., silk mnfr. (35 Kingston, 

B.), h. 248 North avenue [Columbia 

Braman Ann E., widow of Wm. F., h. 97 

Braman Wm. F., clerk (B. & P. R. R. 

freight depot, B.), b. 97 Columbia 
Brain hall Charles E., action maker, 162 

Broadway, h. 113 Prospect 
Brandly Herman F., laborer, 105 Maga- 
zine, h. 153 Green 
Brandley Martha Miss, collar maker, 10 
Arrow [lin, B.), b. 254 Franklin 

Brandon Edward J. .bookkeeper (14 Frank- 
Brandon John, laborer, h. 254 Franklin 
Brandt Henry II., painter, 436 Main, h. 7 
Gordon place [4£ Charles river 

Brannan James E., clerk. 422 Harvard, h. 
Brannan John M., foreman boot room Amer. 
Rub. Co., h. 79 Clark 



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Brannigan Henry, laborer, h. 25 Seventh 
Braslan Lizzie A. Miss, h. 431 Cambridge 
Braslin Cornelius, wheelwright, 248 Mt. 
Auburn [Dyke 

Braslin Cornelius V., electrotyper, h. 13 
Braslin Hugh, earthen ware agent, h. 88 

Putnam avenue 
Braslin James, tin worker, b. 159 Pearl 
Braslin dames E., electrotype finisher, Un- 
iversity Press, h. 7 Willard 
Braslin Joseph, boiler maker B. & L. R. R - 

shop 
Braslin Mary, widow of John, h.195 Spruce 
Braslin Owen Mrs., h. 7 Willard 
Braslin, see Breslin 

Brassell Daniel C. Mrs., h. 193 Franklin 
Brassel John F., cooper, h. 22 Warren 
Brassill Daniel S., bookbinder, b. 193 

Franklin 

Brassil James, grocer, 40 Banks, h. 28 

Flagg [Harvard 

Brassil Timothy, laborer, Pelham, h. 16 

Brassill John, contractor and grocer, 39 

Banks, h. do. 
Brasor ¥ H., 162 Broadway, house 30 

Beacon, Somerville 
Brattle Square Hotel, George W. Brigham, 

prop.. 32and 34 Brattle Square 
Brattle Edward, gardener, h. HFollen 
Brann Philip II., grocer, 206 and 208 Cam- 
bridge, h. 9 Seventh 
Braxton Patrick, hostler, Cambridge R. 

Co., h. r. 100 Webster avenue 
Brazier Abbie M., widow of Franklin J., 

h. 18 Bigelow 
Breed Hubbard W., driver, 502 Main, h. 

147 Washington 
Breeden George, bookeepper (Wareham, 

cor. Maiden, B.)> h. 14 Fairmont 
Creeden Lewis, clerk (94 High,B.), h. 14 
Fairmont [Fairmont 

Breeden Mary R., widow of Lewis, h. 14 
Breen Bartholomew, laborer, h. 3 Madison 
Breen John, laborer, b. 40 Foster 
Breen Michael, tailor, 436 Harvard, h. 21 

Charles River 
Breen Patrick F., saloon, 4 Water, h. at 

Somerville 
Breen Peter T., stone-cutter, h. 94 Fifth 
Breen Robert, laborer, h. 147 Gore 
Breen Thomas, carpenter (B.), h. 161 Otis 
Breen Timothy J., carriage painter, r. 10 

Brattle, h. 13 Charles River 
Breese William J., milkman, 88 Sixth 
Breen Agnes Mrs., h. 110 Auburn 
Brennan Catherine J. Mrs., grocer, 11 Lo- 



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Brennan Daniel T., 


stone cutter, 


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b. at Boston 




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sub teacher. 


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Brennan Ellen, widow of James, h. Marsh 

court 
Brennan Ellen Mrs., h. r. 215 Mt. Auburn 
Brennan James, granite cutter, 53 Main, h. 

24 DeAVolf 
Brennan John, laborer, h. 211 Mt. Auburn 
Brennan John, city laborer, h. 22 Warren 
Brennan John, laborer, b. 12 Charles River 
Brennan John jr., express helper, b. 12 

Charles Kiver 
Brennan John M., overseer Amer. Rub. 

Co., h. 79 Clark 
Brennan John P.. machinist (Boston Gas 

Co.), b. 250 Rridge [Bridge 

Brennan Margaret, wid. of Richard, h. 250 
Brennan Martin, stone-cutter, h. 52 Win- 

throp [Holly 

Brennan Mary, widow of Joh i, house 7 
Brennan Mary Miss, h. [Cushing, opposite 

Cushing court [Harvard 

Brennan Michael, laborer, house rear 21) 
Brennan Michael, upholsterer, house 178 

Hampshire 
Brennan Michael J., police station 2, b. 

211 Mt. Auburn 
Brennan Patrick, "aborer, h. r. 6 East 
Brennan Patrick Mrs., h. Garden ct., 2d. 

from Dublin 
Brennan Patrick II., painter, 15 Blanche, 

b. 92 B inks 
Brennan Peter, stone-cutter, Gore's wharf, 

Third, h. 325 Cambridge 
Brennan Robert II., driver Camb. R.R. Co. 

boards 250 Bridge 
Brennan Timothy, teamster, 5 Broadway, 

boards 4 Pioneer av. 
Brennan Timothy J., laborer, and variety 

store, 14 Sparks' house do. 
Brennen George A., pickles, etc., house 

230 Bridge 
Brenick Joseph, laborer, h. 123 Fourth 
Brenner Geo., piano ca«e maker, 20 Albany 
Breslin Catherine T., widow, 1). 174 Camb. 
Breslin Joseph, boiler maker, h. 130 Third 
Breslin Michael C, gate tender, F. P. P., 

house 147 Dublin [Heed 

Bresnan Mary, widow of Patrick, house 18 
Bresnihan Cornelius, liquors, 83 Spruce, 

house at Arlington [Wash, 

Bresnihan Daniel 10., bookbi der, house 17 
Bresnihan Timothy, laborer, h. 5 Jackson 
Bresso Herbert, broom maker, house Cres- 
cent av., opposite pottery 
Brett Chas., painter, 042 Maui, b. 9 Jay 
Brett John, painter, 042 Main, b. 9 Jay 

BRETT SAItlUEL, G., manufac- 
turer Eureka Salve (247 Washington 
B.), house 17 Park 
Brewer Charles, boards 559 Main 
Brewer Charles O., salesman (B.), house 29 

Fairmont 
Brewer Charles W., clerk, 43(5 Harvard, 
boa.ds 1 Brewer's blk., Brattle square 
Brewer David, provisions, 9 Brattle, house 



Brewer Thomas H., provisions, 1 Brewer 

block, Brattle scpiare, house do. 
Brewster Harriet B., widow, h. 158 Green 
Brewster John, h. 145 Brattle 
Brewster John L., supt. of schools (Law- 
rence), boards 145 Brattle 
Brewster Wm., naturalist, h. 01 Sparks 
Brewster Wm., at Hemenway gymnasium 

H. U. , house 13 Avon 
Brewster Wm. P.. editor (31 Milk, room 13 

B.), house 32 Mt. Auburn 
Brewster Wm. T., scientist, bds. 145 Brattle 
Briand Alex., carpenter, h. 2 Marvin place 
Briand A. I/., printer, University press 
Brickett Eliza A., widow of Walter D., h. 
Conlan's court [ct. 

Brickett Geo. E., brush maker, h. 1 Conlon 
Brickley John, shoemaker (B.), boards 19 

Seventh 
Brickley M., at 102 Broadway 
Bridden Benjamin P., police station 1, h. 

40 Spruce 
Bridden Horace E., letter carrier, P. O., 

011 Main, house 84 Auburn 
Bridge Samuel G., roofer, 559 Main, house 

35 Auburn 
Bridge Wm., jig and band sawyer, 44 Cam- 
bridge, house at Charlestown 
Bridges C, machinist, 72 Main 
Bridges G. E., conductor Camb. Railroad 

Co., house at Watertown 
Bridges II. E., conductor Camb. Railroad 

Co.. 
Bridges Humphrey A,, salesman (36 Pearl, 
B.), house 770 Main [Auburn 

Bridges Julia A., widow of Hiram, h. 02 

Bridges driver C. P. Co., rooms 12 

Punster 

Briem Fidle, laborer Am. Rubber Co., 

house 107 Otis [n. Mt. Auburn 

Brigadier Noah II.. whitewashes h. Athens 

Briggs Albert P.. salesman (129 Tremont, 

B. , boards 19 Mellen 
Briggs Carrie E., widow, h. 9 Sacramento 
Briggs Frank ('., salesman (129 Tremont, 

' B.), hoards 19 Mellen 
Briggs George T., machinist. 308 Main. h. 

172 Columbia 
Briggs George W.. pastor Austin St. Uni- 
tarian Church, bds. 50 Buckingham 
Briggs Horatio, carpenter, h. Hayes ct. 
Briggs John, milkman, h. 41 Walden 
Briggs L" Baron P.. instructor in English, 

11. U,, house 50 Buckingham 
Briggs Sarah M., widow of Walter 1)., h. 

720 Main 
Briggs Thomas, machinist, 350 Main 
Briggs Thomas P. Rev., house 19 Mellen 
Briggs Walter 1)., salesman (B.), house 
722 Main [n. Somersett 

Briggs Wm. A., carpenter, house Andrew. 
Briggs Wm. C, assistant supt. Security 
Safe Deposit Vaults (Equitable bldg., 
B.), house 7 Hancock place 



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Briggs Wm. H., key finisher (152 Tremont 

B.), h. 223 Broadway, room 1 
Briggs Wm. H., salesman (608 Washington 

B.), house 64 River 
Briggs Wm. K., salesman (17 and 18 Tre- 
mont Row, B.), bds. 19 Mellen 
Brigham Frank E., grocer, 178 Harvard, b. 

2 Percy place 
Brigham Frederick A., salesman (130 Fed- 
eral, B.), house 2 Rockwell 
Brigham George W., liquors (12 Chardon 
and 328 Main,Cha's.), and prop. Brattle 
square Hotel, 32 and 34 Brattle square, 
house do. 
Brigham Susan H. Miss, h. 18 Winsor 
Bright Elizabeth Mrs., h. 104 Trowbridge 
Bright Ellen E. Miss, h. 104 Trowbridge 
Bright Elliott, student H. U., b. 33 Lee 
Bright Elma H., clerk (59 Congress, B.), 

bds. 328 Broadway 
Bright Henry, ladies' underwear (101 
Chauncy, B.), h. 33 Lee 

BRIGHT HORACE O., president 
Boston Ice Co. (76 State, B.), house 
328 Broadway 

BRIGHT JOHN J., Boston Ice Co 
(76 State, B.), house 320 Broadway 
Brignoli Job., fruit dealer, h. r. 36 Auburn 
Brignoli Joseph, fruit stand, 563 Main, h. 

36 Albany 
Brine Chas. H., letter carrier, h. 53 Fourth 
Brine James, cooper, h. Squire's block, 
Brine James W., clothing, etc., 10 Harvard 

row, rooms at Somerville 
Brine John B., clerk, 10 Harvard row, rms. 

52 Mt. Auburn 
Brine John K., cutter, b. 74 Otis 
Brine Mary A. Miss, book-keeper (17 Tre- 
mont row, B.), b. 74 Otis 
Brine Robert, tailor, (19 Tremont row. B. ), 

h. 74 Otis 
Brine Robert F., clerk (19 Tremont row, 

B.), b. 74 Otis [Webster ave. 

Brine Stephen, fish cutter (B.), h. 132 
Brine, see O'Brien 

Briney Thomas, laborer, h. 1 Pioneer 
Brinkley Richard, h. 30 Hastings 
Brinton John, coachman, .'52 Qnincy 
Britt Wm., cabinet maker (Chelsea), h. 

242 Camb. 
Brittain Samuel, carpenter, h. 110 Third 
Britton Delia A. Mrs., dressmaker. 343 

^lain, h. do. 
Britton Henry A., trimmer (91 Wash., B.), 

h. 89 Spring 
Britton John, gardener, 145 Brattle, house 

rear 46 Foster [Western av. 

Britton Joseph, clerk (P. O.. B.), house 30 
Broadbent Win., foreman of turners 162 

Broadway, h. 24 Bunting 

BROCK BROTHERS, (II. 1)., 
(). 11. and F. E. and L. X. Brock), 
stoves, etc., 12 and 16 Brattie 
Brock Frank E. (Brock Bros,), stoves, etc. 
12 Brattle, h. 13 Mellen 



Brock Halliburton D. (Brock Brothers), 
stoves, etc., 12 Brattle, b. 6 Summer 

Brock Ira W., janitor College House, office 
13 do., h. 84 Mt. Auburn 

Brock John A., elevator tender, 168 Gore, 
h. 102 Thorndike 

Brock Leslie N., (Brock Bros.), stoves, 
etc., 12 Brattle, b. 6 Sumner 

Brock Ossian H. (Brock Brothers), stoves, 
etc., 12 Brattle, b. 6 Sumner 

Brock Solomon EL, h. 6 Sumner 

Brock Willie C, printer 45 Pearl, Boston), 
b. 102 Thorndike [h. do. 

Broderick Ann Mrs., varety store, 54 Gore, 

Broderick Edward, carriage painter, 232 
North ave., b. 40 Spruce 

Broderick Edward T., clerk 50£ DeWolf, 
b. 50 do. [Bridge 

Broderick Ellen, widow of Daniel, h. 190 

Broderick John F. Rev., assistant pastor 
St. Peter's church, h. 29 Buckingham 

Broderick Thomas, grocer, 50£ DeWolf, h. 
50 do. 

Broders John, stair builder, State, cor. Os- 
• born, h. at Boston [12 Brewery 

Brodie Geo. W., carpenter, 373 Main, h. 

Brodie Hugh, blacksmith, 356 Main, h. 68 
Rrookline [h. do. 

Brogan Bernard J., hairdresser, 162 Camb. 

Brogan Ellen, widow of James, h. 10 Has- 
tings 

Brogan James, baker, 502 Main, b. 10 Has- 
tings 

Brogan Nicholas, city laborer, h. Tuttle, n. 
cor. Wyeth 

Brogan Patriek. teamster, h. 49 Raymond 

Brogan Thomas, hostler, b. 49 Raymond 

Brogen James, teamster, b. 14 Dublin 

Brogen John, gardener, h. 14 Dublin 

Brogen John A. elerk, 168 Gore, house 9 
Squire's court 

Brogen John H., steward tug boat, h. 382 
Camb. 

Brogen Wm. J., milkman, b. 14 Dublin 

Brohan Edward H., tin-plate worker, bds. 
58 Spring 

Brohan George, tinsmith, at Boston stamp- 
ing works 

Brohan Patriek, engineer, Otis, near First, 
h. 58 Spring [c. Moore 

Broman Andrew, tailor (B.), h. 77 Wash., 

Brokings Charles S., painter, 7 AVestern 
ave., h. 23 Hamilton 

Brookings Samuel BE., h. 729 Camb, 

Brooks Maria, widow of John, h. 39 Winter 

Brooks A., cooper, b. 108 Camb. 

Brooks Albert H.. watchmaker, 571 Main, 
h. at Melrose 

Brooks Alfred A., agent Boston Woven 
Hose Co. (22(1 Devonshire, B.). bds. 
220 Brattle [Spruce 

Brooks Ann Mrs., boarding-house, 40 

Brooks Charles S., boots and shoes (Sum- 
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Brooks Edward C, lumber surveyor (75 
State, B.), b. 220 Brattle 

Brooks Edwin C, engineer pumping-house 
C. W. W., Worthington, corner Lake 
View ave., h. do. 

Brooks Eugene I)., leather-splitting 
chines, and currier's supplies 
High, Boston), h. 21 Lee 

Brooks Evelina Miss, teacher, Quincy 
mary school, b. 38 Arlington 

Brooks George M., Judge of Probate 
Insolvency Court House, Third, h. 
Concord, Mass. 

Brooks Herbert H., clerk, (75 State, Bos- 
ton), b. 220 Brattle 

Brooks Hiram W., commission merchant 
(177 Devonshire, B.), h. 57 Lake View 

Brooks Isaac A., h. 220 Brattle 

Brooks B. H. Mrs., h. 53 Dana 

Brooks James, glass maker, b. 39 Winter 

Brooks James W , trustee McKay & Bige- 
low Heeling Association (108 Summer, 
Boston), h. 4 Berkeley 

Brooks John, box-maker, b. Squire's ct. 

Brooks John, treasurer (11) Exchange pi. 
rm. 6 Boston), h. 64 Brattle 

Brooks John W., carpenter, h. 138 Spring 

Brooks J. Mason, clerk (35 Broad, Bostni), 
h. 28 Inman 

Brooks Maria, widow of John, h. 39 Winter 

Brooks Martha W., h. 4 Berkeley 

Brooks Matthew, carpenter, h. 204 Harvard 

Brooks Patrick, marble worker. A. Mc 
Donald, Mt. Auburn, h. McDonald 

Brooks Sumner J., h. 119 North ave. 

Brooks Wm, clerk (P. 0., B.), house 38 
Arlington 

Brooks Wm. P., marble worker A. McDon- 
ald, boards Patrick Brooks', McDonald 

Brooks Wm. H., farmer Almshouse, Tan- 
nery, h. do. [bia, h. do. 

Broomhead Mark, coffee dealer 214 Colum- 

Brophy Timothy, city laborer, house 190 
Hampshire 

Broslin Timothy, currier at Fischer's Tan- 
nery, house Sargent 

Brosnahan Catharine, h. 35 Sargent 

Brosnahan John F., mason, h. 63 Spruce 

Brosnahan Luke M., painter, boards 35 Sar- 
gent 

Brosnahan Thomas P., lab., h. 140 Spruce 

Broughan John H., laborer, h, 50 Charles 

Broughton Addie J. Miss, h. 81 Broughton 

Broughton Geo., bookbinder Riverside 
Press, rooms 20 Jay 

Broussard Joseph, foreman S. M. Cofran's 
brickyard, house Vassal Lane 

Brosseau Chas., brick maksr, b< a - ds rear 
Bay State brick yard 124 Spruce 

Brothers John, mariner, house 11 Flagg St. 
Court 

Brotherton Joseph II., currier, boards 304 
North Avenue [Auburn 

Brown Addie T. Mrs., music teacher, h. 110 



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Brown Albert (Brown, Murrhy & Co,), 
window shades, Blanche and (85 Frank- 
lin, B.), house 81 Inman 

Brown Albert, waiter Memorial Hall, house 
01 Hastings 

Brown Albert H., upholsterer 441 Camb., 
boards 84 Inman 

Brown Alvah W., cigars, tobacco, etc. 
Cambridge, house 40 Sixth 

Brown Alvin B., teamster, h. 80 Wash. 

Brown Angie A. Miss, boarding house, 
52 Austin 

Brown Archibald, laborer, h. G Willow 

Brown Artemas Z., principal assessor dis- 
trict 2 and 4, office City Hall, house 57 
Magazine 

Brown Augustus, agent, b. 52 Mt. Auburn 

Brown B., hostler Harvard Square stable, 
Camb. R. Co. 

Brown Beverly, waiter, h. 00 Putnam av. 

Brown Bridget, widow of John M., h. 
32 Winthrop [Hastings 

Brown Bristol, porter 21 Hastings, h. 24 

Brown Chas., b. 9 Norfolk 

Brown Chas., laborer, h. 80 Wash. 

Brown Chas., carpenter 102 Main, house 7 
Fairmont avenue 

Brown Chas A., foreman street department 
City Hall, house 31 Shepard 

Brown Chas. E., h. rear 123 Elm 

Brown Chas. F., boards 74 Columbia 

Brown Chas. E., variety store, 45 Main h. 
rear 113 Elm 

Brown Chas. E., cracker peddler, h. 15 Mead 

Brown C. F., 139 Broadway, rooms 57 
Columbia 

Brown Charles H., agent, b. 52 Mt. Auburn 

Brown Chas. H., gardener, house Hollis, n. 
Spruce [15 Antrim 

Brown Chas. H., baker 15 River, house r. 

Brown Chas. H., wood moulder 139 Broad- 
way, rooms 08 Pleasant 

Brown Chas. S., carpenter 113 Broadway, 
house 49 Market 

Brown Charlotte, wid., h. 22 Charles River 

Brown Dana, baker 502 Main 

Brown Daniel, wheelwright, etc, 5 Palmer, 
house 14 Appian-way 

Rrown Daniel L. Mrs. , h. 05 North av. 

Brown David, teamster, h. 127£ Camb. 

Brown David, house 41 Essex 

Brown David, h. 182 Harvard 

Brown Delia, widow, h. 38 Pine 

Brown Dennis, fireman, h. 4 Dickinson 

Brown Edgar K., baker 502 Main, bds 
Norfolk 

Brown Edward, laborer(Navy Yard, Charles- 
town), hous rear 40 Vine 

Brown Edw. F., machinist 450 Cambridge, 
house at Somerville 

Brown Edw. G., carpenter, h. 07 Sidney 

Brown Edw. J., dry goods (58 to 02 Green, 
B.), h. 4 Brookline 



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Brown Edw. P. (103 Court, B.), h. 37 

Mellen 
Brown Edwin, teamster, h. 1 Dickinson 
Brown Eleazer G., organ maker 101 Gore, 

h. at Boston 
Brown Eliza, wid. of i eter, h. 1G3 Columbia 
Brown Eliza F., widow of Horace W., bds. 

314 Broadway [Av. 

Brow.. Elizabeth M. Mrs., b. 17 Ellsworth 
Brown Ellen E. Miss, physician, h use 17 

Magazine 
Brown Ellis E., lab., h. r. 112 Columbia 
Brown Emma, widow of John, h. So Brook- 
line 
Brown Eugene M., dentist, h. 864 Main 
Brown Evan, oils (G7 Lincoln, B.), h. 48 

Brattle 
Brown E. K., conductor Carab. B. Co. 
Brown F., starter Carab. U. Co. 
Brown Francis, carriage smith, bds. Had- i 

ley Place 
Brown Francis AV., teamster 191 Broadway, 

house 11 Lincoln 
Brown Frank P., transfer agent Camb. B. 

R. Co. (West Boston Bridge, B.), h. 2 

Pleasant Place 
Brown Frank T., driver Charles R. R. Co. 
Brown Frank W., driver Camb. R. R. Co.. 

house 31 Bice 
Brown Fred, polisher 20 Albany, house 22 

Lopez 



Brown James, machinist, 92 Main, h. 149> 

do, 
Brown James, carpenter, rooms 77 River 
Brown James, polisher, 258 Mt. Auburn, 

h. 7 Camden place 
Brown James A., lab., h. Vine, n. Fourth 
Brown James C, proof-reader, Riverside 

Press, house Waverly, North Brighton 
Brown James F., driver, 203 Bridge, bds. 

161 Columbia [94 Hancock 

Brown James II., at (79 Bedford B.), bds. 
Brown James W. , milk dealer, house 39 

Somerset 
Brown Joel W. (Burnett & Brown), ma- 
chine blacksmith, Third, n. gas works, 

house at Melrose 
Brown John, laborer, h. Munroe, n. Third 
Brown John, laborer, h. r. 131 Third 
j Brown John C, teamster Mt. Auburn eem. 

etery, bds, 7 Camden plaee 
Brown John G., currier J. W. Low's, 

Dudley 
Brown John G., iron and steel (G9 Pur- 

chase, B.), h. 15 Craigie 
Brown John H., cigar maker. 513 Main. h. 

35 Pleasant 
Brown John S.. cracker dealer, h. 15 Perry 
Brown Joseph, tinner, house 21 Front 
Brown Joseph B., piano maker (B.). bds. 

21 Front 
Brown Joseph C, bds, 7 Fairmont avenue 



Brown Fred S., conductor Charles B. B. Co. i Brown .Joseph IF, potter, Crescent avenue, 
Brown Frederick IF, book-keeper 502 Main bds. Porter's Hotel 



h. 7 Fairmont Ave. 
Brown Frederick T., lather, h. 1G9 Norfolk 
Brown Geo., laborer, h. 204 Third 
Brown Geo., cigar maker, rooms 18 Front 
Brown Geo., tinsmith Seavey & Co., Third 
Brown Geo. I)., janitor Central sq. bldg. , 

Central sq., h. 864 Main 
Brown Geo. E., electrotyper University 

8S, h. 100 River 
Brown Geo. F.. salesman (214 State, B.), 

house 34 Lancaster 
Brown Geo. IF, teacher private school 11 

Appianway.-way, b. 11 Berkeley 
Brown Geo. O., clerk (B.), bds. 34 Lan- 
caster 
Brown Geo. W.. clerk (24 Hock Sq., B.), 

house 42 Bigelow 
Brown Gilbert, carpenter, h. r. 9 Sargent 
Brown Harry A., carpenter, b. 4 Baldwin 

St. Court 
Brown Henry D.. h. 880 Main 
Brown llanora, widow of Philip, bds. r. 07 

Moore [Hastings 

Brown Ida A., widow of John, house ol 
Brown Inglis IF, foreman of mill room, 

20 Albany, house 79 Pearl [Somerset 
Brown Isabella, widow of James, h. .".9 
Brown [rving \V.. packer (50 Franklin, B), 

bouse Hotel School 
Brown Irving \Y. Mrs., dressmaker, house 

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Brown Joseph L., porter Pullman car (F. 

B. R.), house 47 Hampshire 
Brown Joseph L., laborer, h. 51 Hastings 
Brown J. Sidney, polisher, 20 Albany, nns. 

2 Columbia 
Brown Leroy S., com. mer. (00 Commerce, 

B.), h. 295 North avenue 
Brown Levi S., engineer, 243 Broadway, h. 
Dickinson [h. 652 Main 

Brown Lyman B., hack driver, 120 Green, 
Brown Margaret, periodicals and variety 
store, 409 Cambridge, h. do. [Grant 

Brown Margaret, widow of Win., h. 25 
Brown Mary B., widow of Ebenezer, house 

1 Centre 
Brown Mar}-, widow of Patrick, house 91 

Tremont 
Brown Mary B. Miss, teacher Sargent pri- 
mary school, bds. at Boston 
Brown Mary E., widow of Evan, boarding- 
house, 48 Brattle [tage 
Brown Mary F. Miss, teacher, h. 36 Cot- 
Brown Mary J. Miss, dressmaker, 71 Put- 
nam avenue, house do. [Harvard 
Brown Mary M.. widow of Ebenezer, h. 207 
Brown Mary R., widow of James ('.. house 

225. 1 , Green 
Brown Michael, laborer, h. 21 Washington 
Brown Minnie Mrs., h. 4 Hannum's block, 
l II Broadway 



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BROWN MURPHY & CO. (B. 
Brown, P. F. Murphy and J. B. 

Hart), window shade mnfrs., Blanche, 
store 85 and 87 Franklin, B. 
Brown Oliver II.. provisions, b. 132 Pearl 
Brown Otis S. (Otis S. Brown & Co.), HI 

Bridge, house 29 Second 
Brown Otis S. & Co. (Otis S.Brown, Hiram 
N. Hutchinson and Frank H. Mar- 
shall), flour, grain, etc., Ill Bridge 
Brown Patience Miss, boarding house, 2f 

Front 
Brown Patrick, calenderer American Rub- 
ber Co. 
Brown Patrick, laborer, bds. 27 Vine 
Brown Patrick, laborer, bds. 26 Portland 
Brown Patrick B., truckman, house 5 Con- 
Ion's court [court 
Brown Patrick B., teamster, h. 5 Conlon's 
Brown Rebecca, widow of Walker, h. 31 
Jay [h. 28 Fairmont av. 
Brown Richard, at Dover Stamping Co., 
Brown Richmond C. bds. 225£ Green 
Brown Robert C, watchman 20 Albany, 

house j 7 Cherry 
Brown Robert J., clerk, 409 Camb., h. do. 
Brown Russell P.. clerk, 154 North av., 
bds. 2 Loring, Somerville [37 Mellen 
Brown Sarah II., widow of Freeman G.. h. 
Brown Sarah J. Miss, house 161 Columbia 
Brown Schuyler L., surveyor Mt. Auburn 
cemetery corporation, h. Cushing, n. 
Belmont [Suffolk 

Brown Sidney, piano polisher, bds. 12 
Brown Silas B. Mrs., h. 15 Mt. Auburn 
Brown Wilfred Gr., physician, 9 Essex, h.do. 
Brown Wm.. laborer, house 94 Fifth 
Brown Wm.. mason, bds. 88 Mt. Auburn 
Brown Wm. F., boxmaker, 3 Hampshire, 
house 134 Winsor 

BROWN W.1I. F., printer (218 
Franklin. B.). house If Park 
Brown Wm. II.. second-hand clothing 405 

Main and 390 Cambridge, h. 71 Putnam 

avenue 
Brown Wm. II., secretary Balance Valve 

Water Metre Co. (242 Washington, 

B.), bds. 65 North avenue 
Brown Wm. J., waiter Memorial Hall, bds. 

66 Putnam avenue 
Brown Wm. J., pressman, "Tribune," 

Linden [shire 

Brown Wm. X., waiter (B.), h. f 1 I lamp- 
Brown Wm. P.. bookkeeper A. II. Hews & 

Co., Crescent av.. h. 15 Worcester 
Brown Wm. S.. baker (99 Prince, B,), 

house 94 Hancock 
Brown Wm. S.. salesman (3 Chatham row, 

B.). bds. 94 Hancock 
Brown Wm. Wilson, chimney sweep (22£ 

Brattle. B.), h. 73 Hastings 
Browne Benjamin A., provisions, 290 

Broadway, house (if Antrim 
Browne Geo. II.. teacher boys school, 11 

Appian Way. bds. 11 Mason 



Browne R. P., conductor Camb. R. Co. 
Browning Fannie P. Miss, teacher Corlett 

grammar school, boards at Belmont 
Browning Francis, foreman of tinsmiths, 

153 Putnam av.. house 167 do. 
Browning John S., adv. agent, Advertiser 

(248 Washington, B.), boards 1G7 Put- 
avenue 
Brownlee Annie E. Mrs., h. 00 Dana 
Brownlow Joseph, h. 10 Perry 
Brownlow Joseph J., b. 10 Perry 
Brownlow Wm. A., lawyer (B.), boards 10 

Perry 
Bruce Alexander, tailor (B ), boards 20 

Cogswell avenue 
Bruce Annetta Miss, teacher Putnam gram- 
mar school, house at Hyde Park 
Bruce Eliza, widow of Hector, house 20 

Cogswell av. [ave. 

Bruce John, blacksmith, bds. 20 Cogswell 
Bruce Joseph C. (177 State, B.), boards :', 

Brewer's block, Brattle square 
Bruce .Joseph M.. tailor (B.), boards 20 

Cogswell avenue 
Bruce Olive W. Mrs., h. 105 Spring 
Brudeau Joseph, laborer, h. 152 Spruce 
Brumbergher Louis Mrs., h First, opposite 

Spring 
Brummet Frank M., clerk 00 Norfolk, bds. 

122 Prospect [at Somerville 

Brum Antonio E., hairdresser. 101 Camb. h 
Brunt Wm., milkman, b. 13 Willard 
Brunt Wm. II., milkman, b. 13 Willard 
Brupbacher Fritz, h. 2f Sacramento 
Brusch Bernard, boarding-bouse. 1 Wash. 
Brusch Louiza, widow of John, house 1 

Washington 
Brush Abraham, law student, h. 20 Orchard 
Brussau Geo. F., cabinet maker, <i20 Main, 

h. 470 Camb. 
Bryan George M., rubber boot maker, h. 

."> Rogers' block, Main 
Bryant Benjamin P.. com. merchant (50 

North Market, B.), h. 11 Fremont 
Bryant Frank, agent (550 Washingto , B.) 

h. 87 Cogswell av. 
Bryant Frank P., officer Almshouse, Tan- 
nery, boards do. 
Bryant George, cooper, b. 1 Washington 
Bryant Joseph A., paper ruler («S2 State. 

B.), house '.)!» Prospect 
Bryant Lewis, house 1!) Green 
Bryant Lewis L., physician, 1 Norfolk, h do 
Bryant Sophia B., widow of Lewis II., h. 

1 Norfolk 
Bryant S. Gertrude Miss, music teacher, 

1 Prospect, bds. do. 
Bryant Wm., fish dealer, h. Iff Bridge 
Bryant Win. T. (177 State, B.), house 648 

( ambridge 
Brydie Wm., teamster, h. 00 Broadway 
Bryson Joseph, carpenter, llo Broadway. 

house at Boston 
Buchanan John, teamster, Richardson & 

Bacon, house rear 39 Cowperthwaite 



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Buchanan Mary A., widow of Daniel, nurse 

house 95£ Harvard 
Buchanan Wm. H., driver Camb Railroad 

Co., house 24 Boylston 
Buck Abijah R., machinist, 162 Broadway, 

house 50 Winsor 
Buck C. W., printer, University Press, 
Buck Ella F. Miss, house rear58Thorndike 
Buck Fred M., clerk, boards 50 Winsor 
Buck Henry L., express, order box, 432 

Harvard and (38 Broad, B.), house 1G 

Holyoke 
Buck James, Riverside Press, h. 230 Pearl 
Buck James, compositor, h. 230 Pearl 
Buck John S., h. rear 58 Thorndike 
Buck Lucius A., iron moulder, Pelham, h. 

14 Market [16 Holyoke 

Buck Mary L., widow of David S., house 
Buck Silas B., house 2 Greanough av. 
Buck Silas E., bookkeeper, 211 Bridge, h. 

4 Gr. enough av. 
Buck Susan E., widow, h. 247 Broadway 
Buck William H , printer (B.), boards 16 

Holyoke 
Buck William L., machinist B. & L. R. R. 

shop, boards 247 Broadway 
Buckingham Silas H., founder (West Ded- 

ham), h. Cambridge, . Ellsworth av. 
l.uckland Georgiana Mrs., lodging-house, 

25 Holyoke [McCabe 

Buckley Catherine, widow f John, h. 18 
Buckley Catherine, widow of William, h. 

rear 202 Bridge 
Buckley Charles E-, cutter, b. 28 Vine 
Buckley Cornelius, teamster, b. 18 McCabe 
Buckley Daniel, kb rer, 161) Gore, house 

128 Webster av. 
Buckley Daniel, blacksmith, b. 5 Pioneer 
Buckley Daniel, laborer, h. 9 Short 
Bucklev Daniel, boards 39 Vine 

BUCKLEY DANIEL A., real es- 
tate and ins. agent and editor and 
prop. Cambridge News, 547 Main, h, 
278 Harvard 
Buckley Daniel F., grease collector, boards 

131 Webster avenue 
Buckley Edward Gr., clerk, 147 Bridge, 

boards 2 Short 
Buckley Ellen, widow, house rear 24 Vine 
Bnekley Hannah, widow of Timothy, house 

131 Webster avenue 
Buckley James, h. 277 Cambridge 
Buckley James, glass blower, b. 30 Vine 
Buckley James, lab., Chas'n, h. 25 Third 
Buckley Jeremiah, variety store, 51 Amory 

house do. 
Buckley Jeremiah, driver Camb. R. R. Co 

boards 35 Jefferson 
Buckley John, driver Camb. R. R. Co. 
Buckley John, carpenter, h. 133 Webster av 
Buckley John jr, conductor Chas. R. R. Co 

boards 133 Webster av. 
Buckley John, teamster, 81 Bridge, boards 

35 Jefferson 



Buckley John Mrs., house 2 Short 

Buckley John C, laborer (52 Union, B.), 
house 273 Cambridge 

Buckley John J., liquors, 147 Bridge, 
boards 2 Short 

Buckley James B., glass maker N. E. Glass 
Co., b. 25 Third [R. Co. 

Buckley Joseph E., conductor Charles R. 

Buckley Michael, laborer, 169 Gore, h. r. 
63 do. [35 Jefferson 

Buckley Michael, teamster, 28 Bridge, h. 

Buckley Nellie Miss, dressmaker, 131 Web- 
ster ave., b. do. [b. 277 do. 

Buckley Nellie M. Miss, clerk, 279 Camb., 

Buckley Patrick, laborer, h. 29 Porter 

Buckley Patrick, laborer, 356 Main, bds. 1 
Hampshire 

Buckley Peter, blacksmith, b. 5 Pioneer 

Buckley Robert, blacksmith, b. 13 McCabe 

Buckley Thomas, horse shoer, h. 233 
Frankiin 

Buckley Thos. F., blacksmith, h. 5 Pioneer 

Buckley Timothy, stone cutter, h. 28 Vine 

Buckley Timothy L., laborer (Chas'n.), b. 
25 Third [5 Elmer 

Buckley Walter, waiter Memorial Hall, rms. 

Buckley Wm. H., b. 25 Third 

Buckley Wm. T., teamster, h. 133 Webster 

Buckman Aaron A., teamster, h. 31 Camb. 

Buckman Austin, sawyer, 162 Broadway, h. 
at Woburn 

Buckman Charles E., adv. agent, Globe 
Theatre (B.), h. 2 Boardman place 

Buckman Jesse M., printer, h. 288 Broad- 
way 

Buckman Sarah A., h. 8 Cottage 

Buckner Henry, clergyman, h. rear 32 Has- 
tings [av. 

Bucler George F., tinsmith, h. 365 Putnam 

Budden Wm. L., wood carver, h. 176 Gore 

Budro Herbert, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 20 
McCabe 

Buffum Ferdinand M., bell hanger, 648 
Main, h. 8 Temple 

Buffum James H., salesman (Magee Fur- 
nace Co., B.), b. 101 Norfolk 

Buffum James L., paper-hanger. 101 Nor- 
folk, h. do. 

Bugbee John B. (Holt & Bugbee), hard 
wood lumber, 17 East and (173 Friend 
and 84 Canal, B.), h. (138 Newbury, B.) 

Buker Edwin, planer, 3 Hampshire and 
boarding house 187 Broadway 

Buker John F., clerk, 142 Harvard, b. do. 

Buker Simeon, iron molder, Pelham 

Bulfinch Ellen, teacher of painting, b. 26 
Church [ Elmer 

Bukeley Walter, waiter Memorial Hall, rms. 

Bulfinch Stephen G. Mrs., rms. 25 Church 

Bull Ole Mrs., h. Elmwood avenue, c. Mt. 
Auburn 

Bullard Asa Rev.. Cong. Pub. Society, 
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Bullard D. Webster clerk (3 Court House, 

B.), h. 20 Maple av. 
Bullard Elizabeth C. Miss, music teacher, 



b. 378 Harvard 
Bullard Enoch H., 

(Kneeland, B.), 
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h. 20 Maple av. 
student, b. 757 Main 

DVLLARD HENRY W., messen- 

I> ger First National Bank, Main, cor. 
Prospect, b. 757 Main [ville 

Bullard Isaac, 162 Broadway, h. at Read- 

T3ULLABD JOHN' C, cashier 

J) Camb. National Bank, East Camb., 
h. 19 Bigelow 

Bullard Joseph O., pottery (Western av., 
Brighton), h. 772 Main 

JBullard Mary A. Mrs., h. 378 Harvard 

Bullard Mary L. Miss, teacher Holmes pri- 
mary school, b. 378 Harvard 

TTULXAKD WILLABD A., cash 

I) ier First National Bank, Main, cor. 
Prospect, h. 757 Main 

Bullard Wm. H., engineer, 153 Putnam av. 
h. 154 Pleasant 

Bullen Alvin A., letter carrier, Camb. P. 
O., 8 Harvard row, h. at Somerville 

Bullock Charles (Bullock & Sawyer) , den- 
tist, 569 Main. h. 266 North av. 

Bullock Herbert W., musician, b. 51 Mar- 
ket 

Bullock OtisS., machinist 179 Broadwav 
b. 28 William 

Bullock Thomas, laborer, h. 63 Sixth 

Bullock Warren L., h. 51 Market 

Bullock Win., wood moulder, 139 Broad- 
way, b. 51 Market 

Bullock & Sawyer (Charles Bullock and 
Albert J. Sawyer), dentists. 569 Main 

Bulmer Annie M. Mrs., dressmaker, house 
1 Hotel Clark [Berkeley 

Bumstead Freeman Mrs., widow house 12 

Bonce Joshua, at Amer. Rubber Co.. rnis. 
71 Hastings 

Bundy E. N., conductor Camb. R. Co. 

Bunker Abbie H. Miss, dressmaker, h. 14 
Sidney [14 Sidney 

Bunker Georgie C. Miss, housekeeper, h. 

Bunker Laura E, Miss, book-keeper (Attle- 
boro), h. 14 Sidney 

Bunker Nath'l W.. carpenter, h. 6 Beech 

Bunker Win., h. 14 Sidney 

Bunten Frederick R., feather-duster mnfr.. 
(20 Union, B.), 1). 15 Koseland 

Bunton George W.. book-keeper (32 Bed- 
ford, B.). h. Wash. av.. cor. Foxcroft 
BUNTON Witt. A., wholesale gro- 
cer (5 and 7 Commercial, B.), h. 3G 
Mt. Auburn 

Burbank Edwin A., cashier, North National 
Bank (214 Devonshire, B.), house 33 
Shepard 

Burbank George, traveling salesman, bds. 
156 Harvard [Main 

Burbank Hannah F., wid. of Otis, h. 874 



Burbank W. H., driver, Camb. R. Co. 
Burbeck George D., laborer, h. 5 Riverside 

place 
Burbeck John W., clerk 9 Brattle, boards 
at Boston [do, 

Burdakin Arthur L., oil-dealer, 6 Sixth, h. 
Burdakin John C, h. 56 Fifth 
Bur akin Joseph, musician and cutter N. 

E. Glass Co., house 7 Sixth 
Burditt LaRoy S., tuner, 162 Broadway, h, 

60 Magazine 
Burger Joseph, clerk, bds. 19£ Fifth 
Burger William R., baker, 176 Harvard, 
house do. [Co., bds. 36 Third 

Burgher John C, piper American Rubber 
Burgess Albert, machinist, b. 177£ Harvard 
Burgess Albert L., physician, house 425 
Main [Austin 

Burgess Almira, widow of Zimri, house 50 
Burgess Amasa, wood moulder, h. 139 Main 
Burgess Daniel, laborer, h. 108 Kinnaird 
Burgess Elizabeth S., widow of William D., 
house 20 Union [bds. 19 Cottage 

Burgess George A., clerk (60 South, B.), 
Burgess James W., watchman (450 Wash- 
ington, B.), h. 163 Columbia 
Burgess John E., clerk (451 Washington, 

B ), bds. 19 Cottage 
Burgess Lois A. Mrs., h. 2 P rcy place 
Burgess Wm., draw-man, Sixth and Third 

st. bri ges, h. 50 Cherry 
Burgess Wm. H., reed-boar 1 maker 162 

Broadway, rooms 177£ Harvard 
Burgwyn Jas. C., carpenter, h. 54 Bra tie 
Burk Andrew, case maker. 162 Broadway, 

house 94 Vine 
Burke Anthony, lal orer. h. r. 55 Charles 
Burke Bernard, clerk, 79 Camb., bds. do. 
Burke Catherine, house 88 Webster av. 
Burke Ca herine Miss, h. 9 Lopez 
Burke Daniel, iron moulder, Pelham 
Burke Daniel A., driver (112 Canal, B.), 
bds. 66 Thorndike [Cambridge 

Burke David, laborer (Somerville), h. 242 
Burke George, shippe , 502 Main 
Burke George H., bds. 20 Green 
Burke James, laborer, h. 15 Andrew 
Burke James J., clerk (112 Canal, B.), 

bds. 66 Thorndike 
Burke James M., engineer, h. 347 Muin 
Burke Johanna, widow of Patrick, bds. 
137 Webster avenue [18 Dunster 

Burke J., car-drive , Camb. R. R.Co., rooms 
Burke John, laborer, house r. 15 Vine 
Burke John J., 169 Gor , bds. 7 Ninth 
Burke John, laborer Revere Sugar Refin- 
ery, house 58 Wi ter 
Burke John, tailor. 501 Main. h. 20 Green 
Burke John, carpenter, bds. r. 159 Green 
Burke John, laborer, 169 Gore, house 267 

Cambridge 
Burke John, baker. 8 Rogers' block, Brew- 
ery, bds. do. 
Burke John, laborer, house 23 Somerset 



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Burke John W., electrotyper, bds. 23 

Somerset 
Burke John, woo -carver, h. G Third 
Burke Joseph, mattress maker (42 Corn- 
hill, B.), bds. 88 Gore 
Burke Lawrence, blacksmith, b. 189 Spruce 
Burke Margar t, widow of James, h. 66 

Thorndike 
Burke Margaret Mrs., h. 79 Spruce 
Burke Martin, case-maker, 162 Broadway, 
house 115 Elm [159 Green 

Burke Mary, widow of Patrick, house r. 
Burke Nicholas, potter bds. 42 Fairmont 
Burke Nicholas F., clerk (112 Canal, B.). 

bds. 66 Thorndike 
Burke Patrick, laborer, 220 Portland, h. 

132 Webster avenue 
Burke Patrick, bds. 13 Vine 
Burke Patrick, laborer, h. 180 Green 
Burke Patrick, watchmaker, h. (52 Charles 
Burke Peter, cabinet-maker, h. 2 Lechmere 

building, Lechmere square 
Burke Peter, Laborer, h. r. (! East 
Burke Sarah Miss, h. 88 Webster avenue 
Burke Susan A., widow of James, house 5 

Kinnaird 
Burke Thomas, laborer, house Dudley, n. 

Montgomery 
Burke Wm.. lather, house 29 Harvard 
Burleigh Emily A., widow of John A., h. 
85 Brattle [bds. 32 Putnam av. 

Burleigh 11. P. .salesman (G7 Summer, B.), 
Burleigh Jacob N., broker (2G Congress sq., 

B.)i house 32 Putnam av. 
Burleigh Thomas W., driver, Cambridge 

P. Co. 
Burlingame Alice J. Mrs., h. 172 Harvard 
Burnell Lyman G. (at Harvard Clock Co., 

1'). ). h. 1 1 Sacramento 
Burner Lewis, cigar maker, h. 27 Harvard 
Burnett Andrew, machinist. 29 Main 
Burnett Charles 11. . clerk. 203 North av., 
bds. 4G Holyoke [h. 4G Holyoke 

Burnett Frank W., hack driver, 15 Church 
Burnett Frederick A., driver Hatch's ex- 
press, bds. 4G Holyoke 
Burnett dames (Burnett & Brown), ma- 
chine blacksmith, Third, near gas 
works, hous at Somerville 
Burnett John, stone cutter, 58 Mt. Auburn, 

h. Sibley court 
Burnett Lewis Mrs., h. 4G Holyoke 
Burnett Mary, widow of Daniel, house 1 
Hannum's block, 114 Broadway [Jay 
Burnett Thomas, cabinet maker, house 25 
Burnett Wm., bds. 1 Hannum's block, 114 

Broad w ay 
Burnett & Brown (James Burnett and Joel 
W. Brown), machine blacksmiths, 
Third, n. gas works, and (22 Bowker, 
B.) [Albany, house at Boston 

Burnham Asa. foreman of varnishers, 20 
Burnham Charles Tbeo.. piano-action mak- 
er, 139 Broadway, b. M7 Plymouth 



BTTRNHAUI EDWARD, auction- 
eer, insurance and real estate agent, 
623 Main, house 68 Inman 
Burnham H. , printer University Press 
Burnham John F., clerk (55 Tremont, B.) r 

h. G4 Fairmont 
Burnham Lament G. (L. G. Burnham & 
Co.), 221 Bridge, and (132 Charles, 
B.), h. 209 West Newton, Boston 

BURNHAM L,. O. & CO. (Lamont 
G. Burnham and Herbert T. Law- 
rence), coal, wood, lime, etc., 221 
Bridge, and (132 Charles, Chester 
Park, near Swett and Mt. Washington 
avenue, office, 75 State, B.) 
Burnham Marion H. Miss, teacher Web- 
ster grammar school' bds. G8 Inman 
Burnham Mary A., widow of Walter,house 

515 Cambridge 
Burnham Robert, teamster, h. 14G Charles 
Burnham Wm. II., h. 82 Green 
Burns Alexander, latter carrier (P. 0.,B.), 

b. James Gibson's, Holworthy place 
Burns Ann. widow of Charles, h. 86 Third 
Burns Charles E., clerk (1 T. Wharf, B.), 

b. 127 Auburn 
Burns David, roll maker, Amer. Rub. Co. 
Burns David, laborer, h. 7 Cowperthwaite 
Burns David jr., laborer, h. 17 Cowper- 
thwaite [15 Sparks, b. 13 do- 

Burns David F., groceries and provisions, 
Burns David F. (D. F. Burns & Co.), roof 

painter, 144 Green, h. 7Magee 
Burns David R., bookkeeper, 12 Sparks, b. 

13 do. 
Burns 1). F. & Co. (David F. Burns), roof- 
ing, paint and elastic cement, 144 Green 
Burns Edward, tailor, 551 Main, b. 463 do. 
Burns Edwa.d J., laborer, h. r. 17) Hastings 
Burns Humphrey, laborer, 169 Gore, bds, 
131 Spring [r. 7)7) Charles 

Burns James, blacksmith (Somerville), h. 
Burns James .Mrs., h. 30 Willow 
Burns James, teamster Goepper Bros., b. 

142 Thorndike 
Burns dames, laborer, h. 8 Hannum's blk. , 

1 1 1 Broadway 
Burns James, cleaner B. & L. R. P. shop, 

b. 131 Spring 
Burns James II. , clerk, 15 Sparks, b. 13 do. 
Hums Jeremiah, laborer, h. 159 Bridge 
Burns John, glass maker, h. 14 North 
Burns John, currier, b. r. 49 Peed 
Burns John, rubber coat maker, b. 88 Mt. 
Auburn [Bigelow 

Burns John, fish (1 T. Wharf, B.), h. 33 
Burns John, waiter (B.), b. 95 Tremont 
Burns John, glass cutter, h. 224 Bridge 
Burns John, hostler, 565£ Main, house 20 
Hayes court [12 Short 

Burns John B.. back driver. 203 Bridge, h. 
Burns John L.. clerk 15 Sparks, b. 13 do. 
Burns John J.. bakerSl Elm, b. 109 Nor- 
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Burns J. R., at University Press 
Burns Julia, widow of John, h. 10 Pine 
Burns Mary, widow, h. 106 Kinniard 
Burns Mary, widow, h. 1:51 Spring 
Burns M., hostler Murray st. stahle, Camb. 

K. R. Co. 
Burns Nelson, laborer, h. 34 Amory 
Burns Patrick, leather dresser, h. 9 Frank 
Burns Patrick, shoemaker, 08 Norfolk, h. 

GG do. 
Burns Patrick, laborer, 356 Main 
Burns Patrick P., clerk, 15 Sparks, b. 13 

do. 
Burns Patrick J., traekmanfB. & L. R. R., 

B.), h. 12 East 
Burns Patrick J., laborer, b. 13 Sparks 
Burns Peter, provisions, 2 Cowperthwaite 

h. do. 
Burns Pose Mrs., h. 171 Green 
Burns Simon, leather dresser, b. 9 Frank 
Burns Thomas, at Muller Bros. 
Burns Thomas, foreman city stable, Hamp- 
shire 
Burns Thomas, at NilesBros., Concord av. 
Burns Thomas, grocer, 101 Fourth, h. do. 
Burns Thomas, teamster, 195 Broadway, h. 
10 Blanche [Brookline 

Burns Thomas H driver C. R. R. Co.,b.llG 
Burns Timothy, laborer, h. r. 39 Cowper- 
thwaite 
Burns Timothy Mrs., h. 13 Sparks 
Burns, see Byrne 

Burpee Jos. E. Mrs., h. 149 Prospect 
Burpee Samuel W. Mrs., h. 42 Antrim 
Burr Lemuel, hairdresser and carpet beat- 
er, 445 Main, h. 45 Hampshire 
Burr Lemuel D., waiter, b. 45 Hampshire 
Burr Marcia M., widow of Newton, house 

21 Bigelow 
Burr Mary M. Miss, hair worker, 45 Hamp- 
shire, h. do. [Hampshire 
Burr Sally, widow of Seymour, house 47 

BITRRAGE FREDERIC E.,real 
estate and mortgages, ooo Main, bds. 

91 Prospect [Jay 

Burrage Harriet L., wid. of T, F., h. 13 
Burrage Henry T., engineer, city engineer's 

office, City Hall, b. 13 Jay 
Burrage Josiah Mrs., h. 91 Prospect 
Burrage Josiah K., .j,") Main, h. G Fayette 
Burrage Wm. E., clerk 555 Main, b.13 Jay 
Burrage William W., lawyer (33 School, 

room 10, B.), h. 10 Fayette 
Burridge Caroline T. Miss, h. 9 Amory 
Burrill Guy IL, shipper Seavey & Co. (B.), 

b. 3G5 Main [Main 

Burrill Increase S., shoemaker, house 365 
Burrill John W. (Burrill &Latour), hair- 
dresser, 173 North av., bds. Porter's 

Hotel 
Burrill & Latour, (John- W. Burrill and 

John F. Latour), hairdressers, 173 No. 

avenue 
Burroughs Charles IL, hack driver, 15 

Church, house 24 Farwell place 



Burroughs Edward A., teamster, 497 Main, 

bds. 1 Green 
Burroughs Gecrge L., provisions and gro- 
ceries, 1G7 Pearl, house 1G5 do. 
Burrowes Thomas R., carriage builder (1 

Pitts, B.), house 14 Ash 
Burrowes Win. T., elk., h. 14 Ash 

Burrows Edwin S., traveling salesman (B.) 
h. 10 Clarendon av. 

Burt John, painter, b. 9 Jay 

Burt George E., printer, b. 2 Hancock pi. 

Burt Seth F., butter, cheese, etc. (24 F, H. 
market, B.), h. 29 Western av. 

Burton A. A., at 162 Broadway, house 21 
Market 

Burton Anson (A. & E. Burton & Co.), 
brush mn.rs., 124 Har.ard, house at 
South Lancaster 

Burton A. & E. & Co. (Anson & Ezra Bur- 
ton and Frank H. Carter), brush mnfrs 
122 Harvard and (21 Exchange, B.) 

Burton Edward, machinist, 162 Broadway, 
house 96 Thorndike 

Burton Edward H., elk. (41 Broa , B.), 
bds. 96 Thorndike 

Burton Ezra (A. & E. Burton & Co.), brush 
mnfr., 122 Harvard, h. at So. Lancaster 

Burton Henry E., letter- carrier P. O., 7 
Harvard square, h. 6 Charles River 

Burton Joseph S., coal (20 Exchange place 
B.), house 6 Langdon 

Burton Thomas, cutter Am. Rubber Co. 

Busby Richard, hostler, h. 227 Frauklin 

Busch John W., gardener, h. 10 Murdock 

Bush Maria, widow of Samuel, house 10 
Plymouth 

Bush Mary K., teacher Allston grammar 
school, bds. 276 Broadway 

Bushby Warren, bds. 71 Austin 

Bush e Albert, box maker, 3 Hampshire, 
bds. 25 Pine 

Bushee James A., painter, h. 25 Pine 

Bushee Peter, brick maker, h. 123 Dublin 

Busked Samuel, blacksmith, 232 North ave 
house Russell [11 Watson 

Busnach Henry, hairdresser, 574 Main, bds 

Busnach Michael S., constable, collector 
and cigar mnfr., 576 Main, house 11 
Watson 

Busnach Samuel, hairdresser, 574 Main, h. 
7 Watson 

Busnach Solomon M., cigar maker, 576 
Main, and grocer, 43 Brookline, h. do. 

Butcher Charles, inlain flooring (181-i Tre- 
mont. B.), house Lake View avenue, n. 
pumping-station 

Butcher J., at 174 Broadway 

Butland John C. F. (Butland & Son), ex- 
press order box, 601 Main (26 Mer- 
chentc' row, B.), bds. 307 Pearl 

Butland Uriah (Butland & Son), express, 
house 307 Pearl 

Butland & Son (Uriah and John C. F. Rut- 
land), express order box 601 Main, 
and (25 Merchants' row, B.) 



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Butler Catherine A., widow of John, house 
139 Cambridge 

Butler Daniel, stone cutter, A. Mc Donald, 

house McDonald 
Butler Edward, at Amor. Rubber Co. bds. 

Bristol, c. Hampshire 
Butler Prank J. Rev., assistant pastor 

Church of the Sacred Heart, house 83 

Otis 
Butler George, house 452 Camb. 
Butler Geo. A., organ maker, 37 Fifth, h. 

atSomerviile [26£ River 

Butler Geo. W., engineer, 54 Bridge, house 
Butler Harriet A. Miss, teacher Agassiz 

school, Sacramento, b. 13 Forest 
Butler Martha H Miss, teacher Otis prima- 
ry school, bds. 2 Frost [Franklin 
Butler Mary, widow of David, house 141 
Butler Mary, widow of John, house 23 

Brewery 
Butler Mary EL, wid. of Samuel, b. 2 Frost 
Butler Matthew P., supt. 502 Main, bds. 

129 Prospect 
Butler Michael, mason, h. 92 Gore 
Butler Patrick, baker, 502 Main, house 129 

Prospect 
Butler Pierce, coppersmith, 153 Putnam 

avenue, house 22 Somerset 
Butler Richard, bds. 92 Gore 
Butler Robert S., janitor (06 State, B.)i 

house 133 Columbia 
Butler Sylvester, bootblack, h. 40 Hastings 
Butler Thomas, calenderer Am. Rubber Co 
Butler Wm., watchman, rms. 45 Winsor 
Butler Wm. P., ins. agent (27 State, B.), h. 

10 Arlington 
Butterfield Aldin A., clerk (32 Summer, 

B.), bourds 40 Bigelow 
Butterfield Chas. M.' h. 155£ Cambridge 
Butterfield David W., photographer, 573 

Main, h. at Boston Highlands 
Butterfield Geo. A., produce (73 South 

Market, B.), bds. 85 Prospect 
Butterfield Herbert, elk., rms. 36 Fourth 
Butterfield Jesse M., salesman (22 Chauncy 

B.), bds. 40 Bigelow 
Butterfield John H., elk., 86 Camb., bds. 

Cambridge Hotel 
Butterfield L. J., widow of Alden, house 

40 Bigelow 
Butterfield Mary, widow, h. 99 Camb. 
Butters Geo. W., provisions, 194 Camb., h. 

150 Thorndike [h. do. 

Butters John W., painter, 147 Columbia, 
Butters John AY. Jr.. lithographer (63 

Oliver, B.), bds. 147 Columbia 
Buttner Edward, laborer, h. 98 Fourth 
Butterworth Robert, foreman, 10 Arrow, 

house at Somerville 
Buttrick C. E., conductor Camb. R. Co. 
Buttrick Charles F., carpenter, h. 1 Doug- 
lass court 
Buttrick Elizabeth G. Miss h. 8 Norton 
Buttrick Ella E. Miss, ^acher, Webster 

grammar school, lids. 5 Frost 



But rick Mary A., bds. 5 Frost 
Buttrick Mary Miss, house 20 Lowell 

grammar school, bds. 5 Frost 
Butts Alfred L., hostler Camb. R. Co., 

h. at Charlestown [av. stable 

Butts A. L., hostler Camb. R. Co., North 
Buxton Addison A., tube-board maker, 162 

Broadway, bds. 21 Market, suit 4 
Buxton Charles B., fish and oysters, 638' 

Main, house 5 Soden 
Buxton Charles R., action maker, 113 

Broadway, house 70 Antrim 
Buxton William A., student, Ep. Theo. 

School, bds. Baldwin 
Buzzell George W., teamster, 153 Putnam 

avenue, house 151 do. 
Buzzell Taylor, artist, 440 Main, h. do. 
Byard Ellen, widow of Edward, house 31 

Winthrop [h. do. 

Byard John W., shoemaker, 168 Dublin, 
Byard Wm. J., bds. 31 Winthrop 
By ram Eben S., house 19 Cottage 
Byram Joseph R., kitchen furnishing goods 

(11 Essex B.), h. 92 Magazine 
Byrne Alfred J., clerk (B.), bds. 10 Foster 
Byrne Catherine, grocer, 10 Foster, house 

do. 
Byrne Charles, viterinary surgeon, 22 Brat- 
tle, h. North avenue, cor. Day 
Byrne James, hairdresser, l£ Brattle, bds. 

at Brighton 
Byrne John B., packer, 162 Broadway, h. 

33 Union, Charlestown 
Byrne Joseph S., grocer, 119 Gore, h. do. 
Byrne Thos., grocer, 119 Gore, house do. 
Byrne Timothy Jr., carpenter, h, 121 

Harvard 
Byrnes J., driver, Cambridge R. R. Co. 
Byron Geo. H., foreman of carpenters, 113 

Broadway, bds. 12 Pleasant 
Byron John, painter, 14 Church, bds, 1 

Garden [block, 91 Main 

Byron Julia, widow of John, h. 10 Rogers* 
Byron Margaret A. Miss, h. 10 Rogers* 

block, 91 Main [block, 91 Main 

Byron Thomas F., clerk (B.), h. 10 Rogers' 
Byzinserker Egbert, carpet maker, h. 28 

Vine 

CABECEIRA JOAQUIN, cabinet maker, 

house Vandine 
Cabot Charles B., furniture finisher (157 

Fulton, B.), bds. 4 Austin place 
Cabot Charles H., clerk, 97 Cambridge, h. 

184 do. [Second, h. 286 Pearl 

Cabot Edith M. Miss, copyist, Otis. cor. 
Cabot Frances L., widow of Chas. II., h. 

33 Sixth [B.), bds. 286 Pearl 

Cabot Henry B., gold beater '83 Sudbury, 
Cabot James, painter, h. 37 Cambridge 
Cabot Rhoda, wid. of Charles, h. 286 Pearl 
Cabot William B., varnisher and polisher, 

27 Park, house do. 
Cade Charles B. (J. H. Stevens & Co.) r 

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Cade Wm. E., varnisher, h. 16 River 
Caderholm Nels., cabinet maker, h. 15 

Valentine 
Caffrey Wm., tinsmith Boston Stamping 

Works [h. do. 

Caffry Ellen Miss, dressmaker, 8 Portland, 
Cahill Charles S., bds. 157 Prospect 
Cahill David, pigs feet, 9 Porter, h. do. 
Cahill James, laborer, 77 Sparks, bds. 40 

Poster 

CAHILL. JOHtf, lawyer (45 Milk, 
room 4, B.), b. 157 Prospect 
Cahill John, laborer, house Burns court 
Cahill Matthew, laborer, h. 45 School 
Cahill Patrick, laborer, house Montgomery, 

1st from Spruce on ieft 
Cahill Patrick, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house 6 A lis ton 
Cahir Thomas F., engineer, Dudley, cor. 

Reed, house opposite do. 
Cahoon C, driver Cambridge R. Co. 
Cahran John, laborer, h. 105 Spruce 
Cain Andrew, 17 Main 
Cain Hannah R., widow of N. E., h. 110 

Washington 
Ca n John, grea e collector, h. 33 Hunting 
Cain John II.. grocer, 4*4 Cambridge, h. 

at Somerville 
Cain, see Kane 

Cairns Charles, cabinet maker, 162 Broad- 
way, bds. r. 49 Clark 
Cairns John, casemaker, 162 Broadway, h. 

91 Columbia [way. h. Hotel School 
Cairns Michael M.. casemaker. 162 Broad- 
Cairns William. 162 Broadway, h. 53 Clark 
Cairns, - ee Carnes 

CalderWm., c median, h. 205 Hampshire 
Calderwoo 1 Irving, box maker, 169 Gore, 

house 41 Fourth [131 Cambridge 

Caldwell Almira. widow of Wm. F., house 
Caldwell Clara M., widow of George, house 

12 Lopez [house 354 Harvard 

Caldwell Henry L.. teas (70 Broad, B.), 
Caldwell J. printer University Press 
Caldwell James A., house 120 Magazine 
Caldwell John, gardener, h. r. 95 Green 
Caldwell John, engineer, h. 86 Banks 
Caldwell Murat, slater, h. 170 Franklin 
Caldwell Nancy A. Mrs., boarding house, 

44 Boyleton [R. shop, h. 38 Winter 
Caldwell Samuel P.. carpenter B. & L. R. 
Caldwell Stewart, clerk T. H. Brewer, 1 

Brattle square, bds. 44 Bovlston 
Caldwell Wm., chemist (115 High, B.), b. 

r. 95 Green 
Caldwell Wm., house 354 Harvard 
Caldwell Wm. 1)., teamster, h. 12 Willow 
Caldwell Wm. F.. cigars, 4.V.), and dining- 
room 463 Main, house do. 
Call Arthur, at 162 Broadway, h. 10 Mellen 
Call Frank S.. hoop sawyer (Somerville), 

bds. 118 Cambridge 
Call Harry M. , compositor (Boston Globe 

office), h. 17i Austin 



Call Martin, laborer, bds. 15 Brown 
Call M., watchman ELhth-st. stable Cam- 
bridge R. Co. [bridge R. Co. 
Call Michael, at Eighth-st. stable, Cam- 
Call Thomas, laborer, house 15 Brown 
Callaghan Hannah, widow of John, h. 29 

Carson 
Callaghan James, laborer, h. 29 Carson 
Callaghan John, laborer, b. 29 Carson 
Callaghan John, at 17 Main, b. at Boston 
Callaghan Timothy A., teamster, b. 53 

Cedar [53 Cedar 

Callaghan William A., teamster, house 
Callahan Annie E. Miss, teacher Gore pri- 
mary school 
Callahan Catherine, widow of Patrick, h. 

10 Hastings 
Callahan Charles, carpenter, h. 124 Dublin 
Callahan Daniel, laborer, Cambridge Ceme- 

tery 
Callahan Daniel, saloon, 48 Bridge, h. 50 do. 
Callahan Daniel, gate-tender. Short street 

crossing B. & L. R. R., h. 10 Short 
Callahan Daniel, sergeant police station 1, 

h. 32 Russell [Spring 

Callahan Daniel E., glass blower, house 30 
Callahan Dennis J., shoemaker, house 200 

Franklin 
Callahan Eugene, tinman, b. 48 Broadway 
Callahan Eugene, spinner, b. 58 Amorv 
Callahan F. H.. driver, Camb. R. Co. 
Callahan George H., grocer, 80 Concord 

av.. b. 7 Sparks street place 
Callahan Hannah, widow, h. r. 96 Gore 
Callahan Hugh spinner, Boston Stamping 

Co., b. 54 Amory 
Callahan James, laborer, h. 4 Vine 
Callahan Jeremiah, hack stable, 287 Camb., 

house do. 
Callahan Jeremiah, laborer, h, 210 Bridge 
Callahan Jeremiah, laborer, C II. North & 

Co., h. 190 Winsor 
Callahan John, laborer, 169 Gore 
Callahan John, currier Miiller Brothers, 

Tannery 
Callahan John, laborer (B.), b. 148 Elm 
Callahan John, laborer, h. 7 Sparks street 

place 
Callahan John, painter, h. 9 Cowperthwaite 
Callahan John F., bar-tender, h. 257 Frank- 
lin 
Callahan John P., printer (^248 Washington, 

B.), b. 135 Camb. [Winter 

Callahan Mary, widow of Dennis, house 65 
Callahan Marv. widow of Patrick, house 40 

Foster [148 Elm 

Callahan Mary, widow of Jeremiah, house 
Callahan Mary, widow of John, house 257 

Franklin 
Callahan Owen, conductor Charles River 

R. Co., b. 14s Elm 
Callahan Patrick, laborer, b. 8 Dover 
Callahan Patrick, blacksmith, 352 Camb., 

b. 3 Lechmere place 



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Callahan Patrick J., horse-shoer, 352 Carub. 

b. 3 Lechmere place . 
Callahan Richard, at Boston Bridge Works, 

b. 210 Bridge 
Callahan Thomas, laborer, h. 19 Foster 
Callahan Timothy, laborer, h. 19 Foster 
Callahan Timothy, teamster, h. 7 Fifth 
Callahan Win., trackman Camb. Railroad 

Co., h. 303 Camb. 
Callan James, laborer, 20 Albany 
Callan Thomas, city laborer, h. 17 Jefferson 
Callanan Margaret, widow of Patrick, h. 12 

North 
Callender Carrie M. Mrs., h. 413 Main 
Callender Charles A., stationery and fancy 

goods. 485 Main. h. 487 do. 
Callender Frances Miss, dressmaker, 413 

Main, h. do. 
Callender (i. L., agent, h. 36 Cottage 
Callender John, treas. Bay State Brick Co., 

office (5 Pemberton square, B.), h. at 

Medford 
Callender Mary M. Miss, stamping, em- 
broidering, etc.. 413 Main. h. do. 
Callson Exel, machinist, b. 4 Hastings 
Calnan Ellen Mrs., h. 85 Bridge 
Calnan J mes, iron- worker. Boston Bridge 

"Works, b. 71 Gore 
Calnan James J. Mr-., h. 10 Fourth 
Calnan John, cleaner. B. & L. R. R. shop 
Calnan John, laborer, h. 5 Lechmere place 
Calnan Michael, laborer, b. 85 Bridge 
Calnan Morris, iron moulder, h. 21 Frank- 
lin [Gore 
Calnan Patrick J., laborer, 12 Camb. h. 71 
Calnan Thomas, brakeman E. R. R. (B.), 

b. 71 Gore 
Calnan Thomas, laborer, b. 85 Bridge 
Calnan Timothy, machinist, ( J2 Main, h. r. 

12 Hampshire [Green 

Camberlain Frank, cigar-maker, h. 171 
Cambridge Almshouse, Tannery. Wm. E. 

Hongh, warden 

CAUBKIDGE BOX CO. (Chase 
& Whitney), props., Rideout's block. 
State 
Cambridge Casino, Mt. Auburn, c. Bath 
Cambridge Cemetery. James K. Farwell, 
supt. Coolidge av 

CAMBRIDGE 
Linn B. Porter, 
Main 

Cambridge City Guards Armory, City bldg. , 
Brattle square 

CAMBRIDGE COAL CO. coal 
and wood. Geo. II. Bent, supt, Win. 
S. Hurst, treas., L68 Main 
Cambridge Conservatory of Music, George 
Fisher, director. 4 Lie [ridge 

Cambridge Co-operative Bank. 89 Camb- 
Cambridge Extract Co.. E. E. Martell & 

Co.. 539 Main and (115 Water, B.,) 
Cambridge Gas Light Co., Hilton's block, 
424 Harvard - 



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CHBOMCLE, 

editor and prop.. 5, .; 



Cambridge Granite Polishing Works, Wight 

aud Scorgie, props. [Fayette 

Cambridge High School, Broadwav, corner 

CAIUBRIDOE ICE CO.," Kimball 
& Child, props., 120 Hampshire 
C^AIIKRIDGELAUNDBY, Geo. 
J L. Shorey, prop., Soden, offices (343 
Washington and 23 Bromfield. B.) 

CAMBRIDGE MUTUAL FIRE 
INSURANCE CO., J. W. Cook, 
pres., Alfred L. Barbour, sec. and 
treas.. ^'u> Main 

CAMBRIDGE NATIONAL 
BANK, L>. R. Sortwell, pres., J. 
C. Bullard, cashier. <s7 Camb. 

C CAMBRIDGE NEWS, D. A 
J Buckley, editor and prop., 547 Main 
Cambridge Observatory, junc. Garden, 

Bond and Concord av. 
Cambridge Post-office. Miss O. S. Bragdon, 
supt.. 7 Harvard row 

CAMBRIDGE PRESS, Jas. Cox, 
prop., 531 Main 
Cambridge Public Library, Miss Almira L. 
Hayward, librarian, Masonic Hall, 
budding, 639 Main 
Cambridge Bailroad Co., Fred T. Stevens, 
sec. and treas., 3 Harvard sq. 

CAMBRIDGE ROLLING 
MILLS, iron mnfrs., Gilmore & 
Fustis. props., 126 Portland, offic; 
(Mason building, B.) 

CAMBR IDGE SAVINGS 
BANK, Chas. W. Sever, pres.; 
Jas. M. Thurston, treas., 2 Harvard 
row [blk., 15 Brattle 

Cambridge Social TJnion Booms. Roberts' 

CAMBRIDG E TRIBUNE, 
Tribune Publishing Co.. 3 Linden 
CAMBRID GE VINEGAR 
WORKS, vinegar nin'rs. Herbert 
Derby, prop., 75 Main 
Cambridge Water Board. W. 11. Harding, 
water registrar, office, City Hall, GU6 
Main 
Cambridge Young Men's Christian Associa- 
tion, (513 Main, room 3 [Magazine 
Cambridgeport Diary Co., diary mnfrs. 106 
Cambridgeport Express Co.. Savage & Son, 
props.. 600 Main 

CAMBRIDGEPORT NATION- 
AL BANK, A. P. Morse, pres., 
Will F. Koaf. cashier. ~>s:> Main 
Cambridgeport Post-office, <;il Main 
Cambridgeport Savings Bank, J. A. Holmes 

.president, (135 Main 
Came Ada M. Miss, music teacher, house 

12 Front 
Came Daniel, tinsmith, h. 12 Front 
Came Geo. A., teamster, 169 Gore, house 
131 Spring [201 Main 

Cameck I)., hostler, Camb. R. Co. stable 
Cameron Hugh B., sewi g machine agent, 
<!I7 Main, rooms 182 Norfolk 



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Cameron John, polisher, 139 Broadway, h. 

391 Main 
Cameron Sarah Miss, h. 49 Harvard 
Cammack David, lab., house r. 21 Harvard 
Campbell Alexander, carpenter, h. 10 Eliot 
Campbell Andrew, house 66 Columbia 
Campbell Benjamin F., driver Charles R. 

R. Co.. house 161^ Broadway 
Campbell Bridget, widow of Win., house 

house 152 Bridge 
Campbell Chas.. cooper, house 2 Vine 
Campbell Daniel, plasterer, rooms 50 

Holyoke 
Campbell David J., tel. opr. engine house, 

1 Brattle Sqr. mis. do. 
Campbell Dougall, carpenter, house 157 

YYinsor 
Campbell Douglass A., butter packer, 

house 4 Hamilton 
Campbell Edw. H,, elk., 1 Vine, bds. 3 do. 
Campbell Eliza A., widow of Russell, h. 17 

Rockwell 
Campbell Francis, discount elk Traders 

National Bank (91 State, B.), boards 

3G Eee 
Campbell Hugh, grocer, 1 Vine, h. 3 do. 
Campbell Hugh, polisher, b. 10G Third 
Campbell James, machinist, b. 281 Camb. 
Campbell James M., apprentice. 350 Main 
Campbell James T., boiler maker, boards 

106 Third 
Campbell John, iron moulder, Pelham, h. 

19 Harvard [h. 3 Summer 

Campbell John, machinist, 1G2 Broadway, 
Campbell John, boiler maker maker, 35G 

Main, house 225 Broadway, room 6 
Camnbell John A., clerk (Summer, B.), b. 

3 Summer [h. 21 Inman 

Campbell John M., clerk (43 Summer, B.) 
Cimpbell J. M.. packer. Amer. Kubber Co. 
Campbell J. F. Mrs., house 36 Lee 
Campbell Mark, teamster, 13 Broadwav, 

house 88 Fifth 
Campbell Mary L., widow of Samuel, house 

rear 13 Pine 
Campbell Matthew, teamster, house rear 

16 1£ Broadway [Vine 

Campb 11 Micah C, currier boards 21 
Campbell Oliver B.. h. 116 North a v. 
Campbell Robert H., 

Franklin. B.), bds 
Campbell Robert M 
Campbell Sarah A 



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house 41 River 
Miss, dressmaker 



95 

Mt. Auburn, house do. 
Campbell Thomas F. (McCarthy & Camp- 
bell), 71 Cambridge, house 3 Vine 
Campbell Thos. R. , tinsmith, h. r. 110 Main 
Campbell Tunis G.. clergyman, h. 107 Elm 
Campbell Tunis G. jr., shoemaker (B.), h 

107 Elm 
Campbell Wm.. collector, h. 73 Magazine 
Campbell William (William Campbell & 
Co.), boiler maker, 304 Main, house 
168 Harvard 



Campbell Wm. H., clerk, 3 Brattle square, 
rooms 30 Winthrop [Bristol 

Campbell Wm. J., 162 Broadway, h. ll£ 

Campbell William K., boiler maker, 304 
Main, bds. 168 Harvard 

Campbell William T., professor of mathe- 
matics (Quincy). house 36 Lee 

Campbell William W., student Ep. Theo. 
School, bds. Lawrence Hall 

CAMPBELL WILLIAM & CO. 
(William and Wilson Campbell 2d), 
boiler mnfrs., 356 Main 
Campbell Wilson 2d (Wm. Campbell & 

Co.), boiler mnfr., 356 Main, house 

168 Harvard 
Canavan J. A., at 162 Broadway, house 

21 Sidney 
Candage Solon, milkman, rms. 56 Fourth 
Canfield Charles T., clergyman and teacher 

house 1 Berkeley 
Cann Chas., carpenter, b. 95 Magazine 
Cannavan Ally, widow of Jas., house rear 

335 Cambridge 
Cannavan Ann. wid. of Jas., h. 20 East 
Cannavan John H., lab., 206 Broadway, 

bds r. 335 Cambridge 
Cannavan Patrick, printer, b. r. 335 Camb. 
Cannavan Richard L., peddler, house 18 

Hunting 
Cannell Henry (H. N. Hovey & Co.), gro- 
cers, 89 Cambridge, honse 55& Gore 
Cannell Joseph, carpenter, bds. 55h Gore 
Canney John, laborer, h. 33 Harding 
Canning James, driver, b. 44 Boylston 
Canning Wm., stone cutter, h. 39l£ Camb. 
Cannole Thomas, hostler, bds. Gilbert M. 

Darren's, Holworthy 
Cannon Hugh, laborer, h. 22 Foster 
Cannon Michael, iron molder, 356 Main, h. 

at Boston 
Cannon Rose Miss, h. 60 Boylston 
Cannon Wm., stone cutter, Gore's wharf, 

b. at Boston [square stable 

Cans J., watchman, Camb. R. Co., Harvard 
Canterbury George W., fruit, etc. (19 F. 

H. Market. B.). h. 14 Lake 
Canty J., at University press 
Canty Zeph, varietv store 47 Gore. h. 73 do. 
Capelle Jonas F., clerk (131 Portland. B.), 

h. 138 Thorndike 
Capelle Thomas, carpenter, h. 45 Spruce 
Capen Charles L., music teacher (281 Co- 
lumbus av., B.), h. 8 Harris 
Capen Edward X. (Capen, Sprague &Co.), 

oil mnfr., Sixth, h. at Boston 
Capen Lizzie C. Miss, teacher Webster 

grammar school, b. 50 Magazine 

CAPEN, SPRAGUE & CO. 
(Edward N. Capen, Charles Sprague, 
and Charles G. B. Smith), h.b icating 
oil mnfrs., Sixth, corner Potter, and 
(8 Custom House street. B.) 
Caplis John, flagman, Broadway crossing 
B. & A. It. li., h. 281 Camb. 






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Carbery Patrick, hostler, 120 Green, h. 3 

Soden place 
Carbone Savario, confectioner, 42 Elm 
Carbouno Napoleon, carpenter, house 108 

Spruce 
Card George W., book-keeper, Williard's 

wharf, foot Boylston, b. 7 Magee 
Carew Mary Miss, teacher, 29 Everett, b. 
do. [Reservoir 

Carey Arthur A., house Fayerweather, cor. 
Carey Barnard, carpenter, h. r. 79 Hastings 
Carey Emma E., h. 92 Brattle 
Carey Henry, jig sawyer, h. 77 Washing- 
ton, cor. Moore 
Carey Henry R. A., h. Fayerweather, cor. 

Reservoir 
Carey Jeremiah, painter (B.), h. 87 Gore 
Carey John, safe maker, 17 Main 
Carey John M., hostler (B.), b. 87 Gore 
Carey Mark L., coachman (Watertown), 
h. 510 Main [do. 

Carey Mary E., dressmaker, 510 Main, h. 
Carey Philip, laborer, h. 154 Charles 
Carey Sarah M. Mrs., b. 77 Hastings 
Carev Timothy, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 37 
Warren [Gore 

Carev Timothy D., carpenter (B.), b. 87 
Carey Wm. M., cutter, Oak Hall (B.), h. 5 

Page 
Carey, see Cary 

Carl John, safe maker, 17 Main.h. at Boston 
Carl J., driver, Camb. R. Co. 
Carl Michael, laborer, b. 164 Gore 
Carl Patrick, currier, Miiller Bros. 
Carl Patrick 2d, currier, Miiller Bros. 
Carl Richard, laborer, h. 6 Conlon's ct. 
Carle James A. (Carle & Curtis), stair 
builder, State, cor. Osborn, b. 40 Aus- 
tin 
Carle Wilhelmina Miss, h. 13 Norfolk, c. 

Austin 
Carle &, Curtis (James A. Carle and Theo 
L. Curtis), stair builders, State, corner 
Osborn 
Carleton Deborah Miss, b. 44 Holyoke 
Carleton Harriet E. Miss, portrait painter, 

h. 18 Story 
Carley James, laborer, h. 9 Donnell 
Carley John E., gardener, b. 9 Donnelt 
Carley Patrick W., plumber, 12 Brattle, b. 
9 Donnell [9 Eliot 

Carlin Wm. A., plumber, 15 Brattie, house 
Carlisle Charles W., mason, h. 8 Erie 
Carlock Charles T., diary maker, 105 Mag- 
azine, h. rear 48 Auburn 
Carlock John R., watch case maker (8 

Province court, B.), h. 430 Main 
Carlon John P., nursery asst., h. 2 Hastings 
Carlon Roscoe A., tinsmith, 244 Broadway, 

h. 80 Davis 
Carlcw Rosso, action maker, 139 Broad- 
way, h. 30 Davis 
Cnrlson A. L., at 17 Main 



Carlson Charles J., laborer, h. 16 Rogers 

block, 91 Main [entine 

Carlson E. M., cabinetmaker, rms. 15 Val- 
Carlson Frank O., stained glass worker, h. 

21 Rogers block, 91 Main 
Carlton James, machinist, 92 Main 
Carlton Lizzie A. Miss, b. 17 Tremont 
Carlton Sarah A., widow of Daniel, h. 17 

Tremont 
Carlton Susan M. Miss, b. 17 Tremont 
Carman Charles W., grocer, 421 Main, b. 

2 Cherry [William 

Carman Dolly, widow of Luther, h. 14 
Carmichael John, baggage-master, B. & L. 

R. R. (B.), h. 102 Cambridge [ct. 

Carmichael Robert, carpenter, h. 5 Cottage 
Carnes James, carpenter, 8 Brattle, house 

34 Charles River 
Carnes John, b. 91 Columbia 
Carnes, see Cairns [Lamson pi. 

Carney Edwin A., clerk, 543 Main, house 4 
Carney Frank, assistant in library, bds. 2 

Holly avenue 
Carney Frank H., piano tuner (156 Tre- 
mont, B.), h. Ill Putnam are. 
Carney Frank M., laborer, b. 13 Holly av. 
Carney James J., teamster, h. 78 Boylston 
Carney John, plumber, 12 Harvard row, b. 

6 Harvard square 
Carney John, grocer, Bristol, n. Webster 

avenue, h. do. 
Carney Joseph Mrs., h. 39 Amory 
Carney Owen, laborer, h. 18 Brown 
Carney Patrick, farmer and milkman, h. 

Fresh Pond lane 
Carney Patrick, at U. S. Arsenal (Water- 
town), b. Patrick Carney's, Fresh Pond 

lane 
Carney Patrick G., stone-cutter, 258 Mt. 

Auburn, b. 181 Brown [Dublin 

Carney Rebecca, widow of Bernard, h. 191 
Carney Wm., driver Charles R. St. R.Co. 
Carpenter Alexander C, blacksmith, 248 

Mt. Auburn, h. 74 Harvard 
Carpenter Edward A., physician, 7Linnaean 

house do. 
Carpenter George, coffin maker, 203 Bridge, 

h. rear 58 Winter 
Carpenter Geo. R., student, H. U., bds. 37 

Trowbridge 
Carpenter Reuben, engraver, h. 45 Clark 
Carpenter Samuel, tinsmith, 385 Camb., h. 

374 North avenue 
Carpenter Thomas, cabinet maker, 56 Clark 

h. 21 do. 
Carr Alfred, carpenter, h. 146 Pearl 
Carr Alton E., clerk (45 Oliver, B.), bds. 

2 Charles River 
Carr Annie Miss, collar maker, 10 Arrow 
Carr Annie M., Miss, saleswoman N. E. 

Glass Co., bds. at Somerville 
Carr Arthur, laborer Union Glass Co. (Som- 
erville), house 22 McCabe 
Carr Bernard, laborer, house 18 Decatnr 



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Carr Bros. (Michael Carr), soap ranfrs., r. 

12 Lopez 
Carr Charles, carpenter, 37 Garden, h. do. 
Carr Charles, soap maker Carr Bros., h. 

20 Decatur 
Carr Charles II.. carver. Woodbury build- 
intr. Otis, bds, 18 Decatur [Bigelow 
Carr Charles, H. printer, Herald (B.), h. 28 
Carr C. X.. conductor Camb. R. Co. 
Carr Caroline E. Miss, teacher Kindergar- 
ten school, 70 Moore, bds. 147 Harvard 
Carr David B., electroty er, h. 2 Westacott 

court 

Carr Edward J., stereotyper Riverside 

Press, house 21 Franklin [Green 

Carr Francis, moulder (Lynn), house 1'!.") 

Carr Frank P., driver hose 5, house 195 

Hampshire 
Carr Geo. W., clerk, bds. 28 Bigelow 
Carr Henry, laborer, h. 9 Dinsmore court 
Carr John, laborer, bds. 9 Dinsmore court 
Carr John Henry, brass finisher (South B.), 

bds. 195 Hampshire 
Carr Julia, widow of Patrick, h. 171 Winsor 
Carr Julia widow f Richard, h. 4- Suffolk 
Carr Lucien, asst. curator, Peabody Muse- 
um, house 344 Beacon, B. 
Carr Martin C. porter (B.), h. 21 Banks 
Carr Michael (Carr Bros.), soap mnfr., r. 
12 Lopez, house do. 

CARR NATHANIEL, coal (280 
Causeway. B.), h. 7 Walnut av. 
Carr Patrick, laborer, h r. 6 East 
Carr Richard. fish-p;ieker. h. 4 Suffolk 
Carr Richard T.. lithographer Riverside 

Press, bds. 113.^ Putnam avenue 
Carr Robert, laborer, bds. 9 Dinsmore ct. 
Carr Win., tailor, house 23 Bay 
Carret J. Francisco, at Boston Public Libra- 
ry (40 Boylston, B.), h. 6 Appian way 
Carrick Henry C, nurse, h. 126 Kinnaird 
Carrington John L.. hostler Charles River 

R Co., h. 21 Elmer 
Carrington Solomon, porter (48 Temple 

place. B.^. h. 72 Elm 
Carrington Win., waiter Memorial Hall, 

rooms 70 Elm [73 Spring 

Carroll Agnes I Miss, clerk. K>9 Camb., h. 
Carroll Alfred, machinist, 29 Main, bds. at 

Somerville 
Carroll Bridget Miss, house 191 Dublin 
Carroll Caroline Miss, dressmaker, 3 Charles 

River, house do. 
Carroll C. D., driver Camb. R. Co. 
Carroll Chas. D.. driver Charles R. St. 

R. Co.. bds. 22 Eighth 
Carroll Daniel. laborer, bds. 14 Stevens ct. 
C rroll David, laborer, *169 Gore, h. 24 

Porter 
Carroll David, laborer, h. 14 Stevens ct. 
Carroll E.. at 174 Broadway 
Carroll Edward, hairdresser, 387 Main, 

rooms 25 School place 



Carroll Edward A., machinist B. & L. R.R- 

repair shop. bds. 116 Cambridge 
Carro 1 E. C , machinist B. & L. R. R. shop 
Carroll Edward J., machinist, b. 73 Spring 
Carroll Elisa. widow, house 3G Winter 
Carroll F.. hostler Murray-st. stable, Cam- 
bridge R. Co. 
Carroll James, laborer, house 03 Winter 
Carroll Jas., conductor Charles R.St. R. Co. 
Carroll James H., sewing machines, 116 

Cambridge, house do. 
Carroll John, lab., American Tube Works 
( Somerville), house Cushing near 
Woodlawn av. 
Carroll John, laborer, house 44 DeWolf 
Carroll John, slater, 602 Main, house 34 

Charles river 
Carroll John F., machinist, house 9 Vine 
Carroll John P., glass-maker N. E. Glass 

Co., house 228 Bridge 
Carroll J. II.. machinist B. & L. R. R. shop 
Carroll Job I., milkman, h. ~>7 Pleasant 
Carroll John R.. painter, h. 17 Hastings 
Carroll Joseph J., bds. 104 Dublin 
CarrollVulia. wid. of Edw., h. 73 Spring 
Carroll Margaret Miss, dressmaker, house 

3 Charles river 
Carroll Martin, laborer, bds. 24 Front 
Carroll Mary Miss, house 121 Elm 
Carroll Mary, widow of Patrick H.. house 
46 River [bds. 9 Vine 

Carroll Michael, brush maker, 124 Harvard. 
Carroll Nora, widow of Patrick H., h. 360 

Broadway 
Carroll Patrick, laborer, house 163 Green 
Carroll Patrick, clerk. 345 Cambridge, bds. 
341 do. [finery, h. 26 Winter 

Carroll Patrick, laborer Revere Suu:ar Re- 
Carroll Patrick Jr., house 360 Broadway 
Carroll Patrick H., stone cutter, h. 420 

Cambridge 
Carroll Phillip, laborer, h. 274 Franklin 
Carroll Philip, laborer Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, bds. 26 Winter 
Carroll Richard, laborer, h. 6 Conlon's ct. 
Carroll Win., coachman, h. 7 Norton place 
Carroll Win., cooper, house 24 Porter 
Carroll Win., house 14 Stevens ct. 
Carroll Wm. C, mariner, h. 189 Franklin 
Carroll Wm. H., marble worker (99 Haver- 
hill. B.). house 67 Charles [lin 
Carroll Wm. M.. com. trav.. bds. 88 Frank- 
Carroll Thomas, laborer, house 76 Spruce 
Carron Thomas, laborer, h. 76 Spruce , 
Carruth Chas. E., grocer, 72 River, bds. 
9 Laurel [Laurel 
Carruth Geo. E., clerk, 72 River. hou*e 9 
Carruthers Edwin J., bookkeeper, 17 Main, 

house at Melrose 
Cary George H., hostler Camb. R. Co., 

'bds. 3 Burgess block, Bristol 
Carson John T\, currier, bds. 364 Xorth av. 
Carson Patrick, carpenter, h. 186 Green 
Carson Patrick, painter, house 14 Antrim 



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Carson Robert, soap maker, h. 149 Franklin 
C-irson Wm. R., printer, boards Ann 

Loughrey's, Longbrey avenue 
Carter Abbie A. Miss, dressmaker, bds. 50 

Kinnaird [h. 35 Concord avenue 

Carter Cliarles H., clerk (-45 Oliver, B.), 
Carter Elno A., clerk, 153 Putnam aw, 

bds. 8 Upton [64 Thorndike 

Carter Edbert E., clerk, 164 Camb., b. 
Carter Frank H. (A. & E. Burton & Co.), 

brushes, 122 and 124 Harvard and (21 

Exchange, B.)> house at Boston 
Carter George, glass maker N. E. Glass Co., 

house 138 Cambridge [av. 

Carter George E., 547 Main, h. 35 Concord 
Carter George AV., wood engraver [Court, 

B.), bds. 138 Cambridge 
Carter Harriet Miss, city missionary (19 

Congregational House, Beacon, B.), h. 

14 Western avenue 
Carter Harriet AV., widow of Elisha, house 

14 Western avenue 
Carter Henry, machinist, 92 Main 
Carter Jas., coachman, h. 31 Williard 
Carter Jas. H. Rev., b. 71 Putnam av. 
Carter Joseph T., printer (238 Wash., B.), 

hofcse 38 Sidney 

CARTER JOSIAH H., real estate 
and mortgage broker (31 State, B.), 
bds. at Dorchester 
Carter Lemuel T., grocer, 174 Hampshire, 

honse 478 Cambridge 
Carter Maria, widow of Geo. P., h. 35 

Concord av. [Austin 

Carter Martha L., Avidow of John, h. 38 
Carter M. A. Mrs., h. 81 North av. 
Carter Nathan A., clerk, 154 Harvard, h. 

4 Boardman place 
Carter Noel A., hardware (229 Franklin, 

B.), house 66 Antrim 
Carter Peluna Mrs. bds. GG Antrim 
Carter Richard H., waiter Memorial Hall, 

rooms GG Putnam av. 
Carter Wm. G., hostler, b. 30 Hastings 
Carter Wm. H., lab., h. 90 Harvard 
Cartier Louis, cutter (63 Chauncy, B.), 

house 31 AVinter 
Cartwright Ezekiel, rope maker, house 2 

Snow alley [196 Hampshire 

Cartwright Joseph P., driver S. F. E., 5. h. 
Cartwright Philip, box maker, 3 Hampshire 

house 2 Snow alley 
Carty Henry, machinist, h. 129 AVinsor 
Cartv II nry T., music teacher, 129 AVinsor 

bds. do. [129 AVindsor 

Carty James F., brass finisher (B.), bds. 
Cartv John J., telephone operator (40 Pearl 

B.), bds. 129 Winsor 
Carty. see MeCarty, also McCartlry 
Caryallio John M., cabinet maker, house 

Vandine 
Caryl Mary 10. Miss, copyist, Otis, c. Sec 

ond, house at Somerville 
Cary Sarah G. Miss, house 92 Brattle 



Cary Thomas G., bds. 92 Brattle 

Cary, see Carey 

Case Benjamin AV., driver (99 Sudbury, 

B.), boards 68 Columbia 
Case Elias A., elk., 621 Main, bds. 7 

Pleasant place [h. 68 Columbia 

Case Lyman G., teamster (99 Sudbury, B.) 
Casey Albert, baker, 502 Main 
Casey Andrew A., baker, 502 Main, house 

15 Pine 
Casey Bridget, widow, h. 13 Rogers block 

91 Main 
Casey Catherine Miss, h. 2 Norfolk ct. 
Casey Daniel, lab., bds. 176 Green 
Casey Frank J., moulder, bds. r. 15 Pine 
Casey Geo., lab., house 6 Rogers block, 

Washington 
Casey Geo. A., brass finisher, bds. r. 79 

Hastings [173 Cambridge 

Casey James M., clerk (54 South, B.), bds. 
Casey James S., house 195 Cambridge 
Casey Jeremiah Mrs , house 76 Elm 
Casey Jeremiah, lab., h. 1614 Broadway 
Casey John, baker, 502 Main 
Casey John, lab., h. 3 Green 
Casey John, britannia Avorker, b. 117 Gore 
Casey Joh , clerk B. & M. freight depot 

(B.), house 46 AVinter 
Casey John H., lab., house r. 80 Boylston 
Casey John H., machinist, bds. r. 79 Hast- 
ings [Washington 
Casey Mary, widow of James, house 34 
Casey Michael, marble worker, house 192 

Norfolk 
Casey Michael, messenger (Tremont House 

B.), house 91 Fifth 
Casey Patrick, blacksmith's helper (AVater- 

town), house Holworthy, n. Locust 
Casey Patrick, lab., house 31 Vine 
Casey Thomas, lab., 156 Main, house 13 

Rogers block, 91 Main 
Casey Thomas, finisher, house 30 Vine 
Casey Thomas H., clerk (24 Federal, B.), 

bds. 173 Cambridge 
Casey Thomas J., chief engineer. Fire De- 
partment, office City Hall, house 173 

Cambridge 
Casey Timothy, lab., house 26 North 
Casey T., driver Camb. R. Co. 
Casey AVilliam, confectioner, 282 Broad- 
way, house Cambridge 
Casey AVilliam, fireman, house 4 Dickinson 
Casey AVm., underteker, h. 104 Fourth 
Casey AVilliam L., lab., 1). r. 7!) Hastings 
('ashman John, gardener, h. 26 Donnell 
Cashman Mary E. Miss, house 50 Holyoke 
Cashman Michael, lab., 220 Portland, house 

8 Lincoln 
Cashman Patrick, wheelwright, 232 North 

avenue, house 78 Bolton 
Cashman Thomas, bookbinder, Riverside 

Press, house iJoG Main 
Cashman Wm. D., currier Fischer's h Cedar 
Cashman AVm. J., paper ruler, b. 5:36 Main 



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Cask J. C, at 162 Broadway 
Casme Manuel J., lab., h. 90 Third 
Casper Jennie Miss, bds. Nicholas Casper's 

Charles, c. Sixth 
Casper Maximilian, glass cutter, bds. 

Charles, c. Sixth [Sixth 

Casper Nicholas, brass spinner, h. Charles c 
Casper Otto, carver, 84 Cambridge 
Cass Calvin P., elk. (19 i Blackstone B.), 

house 22 Pearl 
Cass Frederick G- (F. A. Kennedy & Co.), 

502 Main, house 12 Green 
Cass John A., at F. A. Kennedy & Co., 502 

Main, house 65 Pearl 
Cass Sarah C, wid. of Enoch C. h 12 Green 
Casselle Jjanna, widow, h. 42 Winter 
Cassidy Ann, widow of Edw'd, h. 120 Pearl 
Cassidy Edward, cutter N. E. Glass Co., h. 

79 Spring 
Cassidy Edward, elk. (B. & M. freight 

depot, 13.), boards 120 Pearl 
Cassidy Edward, driver U. S. mail wagon, 

h. 28 East 
Cassidy Frank Mrs., h. 377 Camb. 
Cassidy James, iron worker, h. 35 Harding 

Cassie , currier, h. 70 Spruce 

Casteels Alphonse, cabinet-maker, h. 211 

Cambridge [Norfolk 

Casteels Edmund, cabinet-maker, h. 182 
Castle Eliza, wid. of Jas», h. 52 Columbia 
Castle James C, clerk (B.),b. 52 Columbia 
Caswell Alanson W., painter, h. 41 Sidney 
Caswell Be.ij. P., shipper, rms. 50 Green 
Caswell Dani 1 W., clerk(580 Washington, 

B.), b. 44 Sidney [Green 

Caswell Elizabeth, widow of John, h. 155 
Caswell Geo. B., foreman of inspectors, 

139 Broadway, h. 8i Western avenue 
Caswell Isabel It. , widow of Alanson B., 

h. 124 Austin [h. 1234 Windsor 

Caswell Jane B., widow of Geo. W., nurse, 
Caswell Patrick, hostler, 15 Sparks, b. do. 
Caswell Sarah P., widow of Enoch H., h. 

8-i Western av. [Hampshire 

Caswell Susan, widow of Thomas, h. 93 
Cate Charles, clerk (B.), h. foot of Frost 
Cate Louisa L., widow of James, house 7 

Appian-way [Boston 

Cater John, superintendent 368 Main, h. at 
Catholic Children's Orphan's Home, 136 

Elm 
Catlin John, moulder, h. Chestnut Park 
Caton Patrick, teamster, b. 42 Washington 
Caulkins Frederick J., law student, 563 

Main, b. 96 Austin 
Caughlin John, laborer, Cambridge Ceme- 
tery, h. Gushing « 
Caulkins Herbert L., student, b. 96 Abstin 
Caulkins Louisa B., widow of Jonathan, h. 

96 Aastin 
Caution Kate Miss, h. 53 Mt. Auburn 
Cavall Merritt, laborer, 91 Broadway, h. 90 

Harvard 
Cavanagh Charles, stone-cutter, h. Spring, 

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Cavanagh John, cook (19Kilby, B.), h. 45 
Brookline 

Cavanagh Michael, Tharness maker, 443 
Main, h. 12 Watson 

Cavanagh Michael T., grocer, 346 North 
avenue, h. do. 

Cavanagh Patrick, teamster, h. 23 Vine 

Cavanagh, see Kavanagh 

Cavanaugh Bridget, widow of Francis, h. 
22 Church 

Cavanaugh Napoleon, carpenter, h. 108 
Spruce 

Cavanaugh Thomas H., action maker, 162 
Broadway, h. 22 Church 

Cavanagh William H., clerk, 346 North av., 
b. do. 

Cavill Merritt, laborer, h. 90 Harvard 

Cawley Thomas J., laborer 211 Bridge, h. 
54 Gore • [106 Camb. 

Cawley , fireman B. & L. R. R., rms. 

Cedebord John F., tailor (B.), h. 2 Rogers 
blk., Wash. 

Cederberg Andrew, carver, h. 72£ Wash. 

Cederberg Ovan J., machinist, b. 4 Hastings 

Cederberg Theodore H., carpenter, h. 72^ 
Washingron 

Cederberg Win. Mrs., h. 72£ Washington 

Cederholm Nels, cabinet maker, 44 Cam- 
bridge, h. 15 Valentine 

Ceker Henry, cabinet maker, 54 Bridge 

Centennial Am. Tea Co., John Scott, man- 
ager, 527 Main 

Centennial Am. Tea Co., T. J. Stevenson, 
manager, 130 Cambridge 

Center Mary P. Miss, h. 23 Summer 

Cervi Romeo, fowarder Riverside Press, h. 
81 Putnam av. [ave. 

Cervi Romeo, bookbinder, h. 98 Putnam 

Cessaborn D. M., carpenter, 113 Broadway, 
h. at Boston [Spruce 

Chabot Joseph, tinsmith, house rear 52 

Chadbourne Arthur, student H. U. , b. 20 
Buckingham 

Chadbourne George S. Rev., pastor Har- 
vard M. E. church, h. 82 Prospect 

Chadbourne Samuel G.,clerk(34 High, B.), 
b. 82 Prospect 

Chadbourne Samuel R., fly finisher, 162 
Broadway, h. at Medford 

Chadbourne Wm. Mrs., h. 21 Buckingham 

Chadwick AlfordF., polisher, 137 Broad- 
way, h. 44 Winsor 

Chadwick Leo. N. Mrs., h. 4 Pine 

Chaffee Knowlton S. (Chaffee & Cum- 
mings), charcoal, Bridge, and overseer 
of the poor, h. 55 Otis 

Chaffee & Cummings (Knowlton S. Chaf- 
fee and Daniel P. Cummings), char- 
coal, junc. Bridge and Cambridge 

Chafers Charles, laborer, h. Ayer's block, 
Third [h do. 

Chalk Abraham B., shoemaker, 26 Fourth, 

Challis Alfred, at University Press, h. 42 
Holyoke 

Challes Rach el, widow, n. 79 Putnam av. 



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Chalmers Frank S., shoemaker (341 Wash- 
ington, B.), h. 140 Hampshire 
Chalmers James, foreman of lithographers, 
Riverside Press, h. at Newton Centre 
Chalmers James B., student, E. Theo. 

school, b. 2 Dana 
Chalmers William jr., box maker, 3 Hamp- 
shire, rms. 5 Colnmbia 
Chamberlain Allen H., student H. U., b. 

15 Saeramento 
Chamberlain Arthur W., clerk, b. 01 Auburn 
Chamberlain Corry O., clerk, b. 2 Prospect 
Chamberlain Edward, carver, h. 26 Brewery 
Chamberlain H.E., law student, b. 7 Shepard 
Chamberlain George D., overseer of the 

poor, and beef (25 South Market, P>.), 

h. 5 Kiver 
Chamberlain James F., silver plater (21 

School, B.), h. 116 Prospect 
Chamberlain J. Paul, canvasser, boards 91 

Auburn 
Chamberlain Mary A. N., assistant matron 

Almshouse, Tannery, h. do. 
Chamberlain Minerva B., widow of Chris- 
ty, h. 45 Sacramento 
Chamb^Hain Newell, beef (25 South Mkt., 

B.), h. 7 Kiver / 
Chamberlain Sally N. Mrs., teacher Board- 
man primary school, h. 91 Auburn 
Chamberlain Alfred N., shoemaker, 642 

Main, h, 10 King place 
Chamberlain A. Otis, letter carrier P. O., 

611 Main, h. 10 King place 
Chamberlin Charles U., (I). U. Chamberlin, 

& Co.), hardware, 622 Main, boards 

659 do 
Chamberlin Daniel U. pres. First Natl. 

Benk, Main cor. Prospect, (D. U. 

Chamberlin & Co.), hardware, 622 

Main, h. 659 do 
Chamberlin D. U. & Co. (Daniel U., Geo. 

H. and Charles U. Chamberlin), hard- 
ware, etc., 622 Main 
Chamberlin Ella M. Miss, whistling soloist, 

boards 39 Columbia 
Chamberlin Geo. H. (D. U. Chamberlin & 

Co.), hardware, 622 Main, boards 77 

Brattle 
Chambe.lin Horace E., a^ent, (13 Kilby, 

B.), house 10 Lawrence 
Chamberlin John, coachman, boards 5 

Linden 
Chamberlin Samuel B,, h. 289 Pearl 
Chamberlin Sarah F. , widow of Charles P., 

h. 39 Columbia 
Chamberlin Volney R., h. 167 Brookline 
Chamberlin William E., architect (6 Bea- 
con, B.), boards 659 Main 
Chamberlin Winston AV., clerk (celler 1, 

New F. II. Market, B.), h., 120 Norfolk 
Chamberlin see Chamberlain, also Chamber- 

layne 
Chambers Thomas, waiter, 3 Mason, b. do. 
Chambers AV., printer, University Press. 
Champaux Edward, farmer, h. Ill Spruce 



Chaplin Benjamin, laborer (B.), house 159 
Broadway 

Chaplin Edgar R., lawyer, (209 Washing- 
ton, room A., B.), h. 8 Dana 

Chandler Amanda M. Mrs., h. 35 Hudson 

Chandler Archie, clerk, Boston Bridge 
Works, bds. 3 Hastings Square 

Chandler Charles F., litographer, bds. 51 
Fairmont 

Chandler Charles H., bookkeeper (178 
Devonshire, B.), h. 269 Harvard 

Chandler Edward K. Rev., pastor Broad- 
way Baptist Church, boards 51 Austin 

Chandler E. J., 162 Broadway, house at 
Hyde Park 

Chandler Edward R., hatter (9 Hollis, B.), 
house 22 Front 

Chandler Elmer E., draughtsman (84 
Kingston, B.), bds. 16 Amory 

Chandler Emeline B., widow of Ebenezer, 
house 16 Amory 

Chandler Emery A., clerk, 502 Main, house 
37 Columbia 

Chandler Everett S., law student (30 Court 
B, room 13) bds. 20 Orchard 

Chandler Frank A., stereoptyper Riverside 
Press, boards 22 Front 

Chandler Gilbert E., clerk, bds 16 Amory 

Chandler Isaac A., supt. Boston Bridge 
works, Sixth cor. Rogers house 3 
Hastings square 

Chandler Laura J. Mrs., teacher of dancing, 
Pelham Hall, 603 Main, bds. 85 Pros- 
pect. [16 Amory 

Chandler Lewis B., clerk 655 Main, boards 

Chandler Mary, widow of James, house 51 
Fairmont 

Chandler Seth C, house 16 Craigie 

Chandlor Seth C. jr., assistant at Observa- 
tory, house 16 Craigie 

Chandler Stephen B., salesman (558 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 61 Dana 

Chandler W. F., med. student, boards 28 
William 

Chaney Abby, w. of Thomas, h. 4 River 

Chaney Sylvanus B., cracker dealer, h. 86 
Pleasant 

Chaney see Cheney 

Channeng Edward T. Mrs., bds 67 Kirkland 

Chapin Andrew N., mason, basement 602 
Main, house 22 Fairmont av. 



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66 Otis 
Chapin Walter H., bds 152 North av. 
Chaplin George, builder, Ionian, near 

Hampshire, house 12 Greenough av. 
Chaplin Sarah T., widow of Charles F., 

h. 152 Austin [Greenough av. 

Chaplin William II., carpenter boards 12 
Chapman Charles E., clerk, (P. O. B.), h. 

162 Hampshire 
Chapman Charles II., building-mover, 61 

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Chapman Charles L., shoecutter bds. 9 

Broadway 
Chapman Francis L., carriage mnfr., rear 

10 Brattle, h. 11 Story 

Chapman Frank A., express driver' 600 
Main, bds. 6 Blanche 

Chayman George W. painter, h. 6 Blanche 

Chapman George W. jr., teamster, house 22 
Winsor 

Chapman G. Frederick, book-keeper (179 
Tremont B) bds. Inman Sq. Hotel 

Chapman Henry, paper-hanger, h. 22 Austin 

Chapman James, laborer, bds. 392-i Camb. 

Chapman John, cabinet-maker, 44 Cam- 
bridge, house at Everett 

Chapman John A., teamster, h. r. 24 Vine 

Chapman dolin L., action-maker, 1G2 
Broadway, house 27 Western avenue 

Chapman Mary E., widow of Hazen, house 
40^ Main [1G Story 

Chapman Nathaniel B., carpenter, rooms 

Chapman William, house 390i Cambridge 

Chapman William, jr., carpenter, 109 Web- 
ster avenue, house 390^ Cambridge 

Chapman William II., paper-hanger, boards 
3902 Cambridge 

Chappell Joshua W., carpenter, house 64 
Webster avenue [Railroad, b. 4 South 

Chappelle Frederic William, plumbers 
helper, boards 57 Fourth 

Charles George L. , conductor Cambridge 
Railway Co., boards 4 South 

Charles River Embankment Co., 603 Main, 
room 3 

CHARLES RIVER IRON 
WORKS, Kendall & Roberts, pro- 
prietors, 72 and 92 Main 
CM ARLESRIVEMt NATIONAL 
.BANK., E. Snow cashier, 1 Harvard 
row 

C^HARLTCS RIVER STREET 
^RAILWAY CO., Charles E.Ray- 
mond, president, office 484 Main, trans- 
fer office, 117 Hampshire, c. Columbia 

Charlton William B., steam gauges (38 
Chardon, Boston), h. 197 Hampshire 

Charmois Mary A., widow of Victor, house 
141 Thorndike 

Charter Jessie, wid. of John, h. 106 Auburn 

Chartrand George, cooper, 169 Gore, house 

11 Squire's court [lane 
Chase Aaron F., mason, house Fresh Fond 
Chase Austin, clerk, 168 Gore, boards 84 

Cambridge 
Chase Charlotte M. Miss, teacher Webster 

Grammar school, boards 311 Broadway 
Chase Edward F., electrician, b. 86 School 
Chase Edwin B. Rev. Mrs., h. 50 Shepard 
Chase Freeman H., express (91 Kilby, 

Boston), house 156 Hampshire 
Chase George S-, salesman (W. Second, c. 

E. S. B.), house Lambert avenue, opp. 

Walnut avenue 



Chase Granville (Cambridge Box Co.), box 
manufacturer, State, corner Osborn, 
boards 70 Franklin 

Chase Hiram L., homoeopathic physician, 
office and house 752 Main 

Chase Isaac, book-keeper Richardson & Ba- 
con, house 47 Trowbridge 

Chase Isaac R., engineer B. & L. R.R., h. 
91 Plymouth 

Chase James C, box-maker, 3 Hampshire, 
house 130 Winsor 

Chase James E., cooper, house 5 King place 

Chase Joseph S., trimming department, 162 
Broadway, house at Maiden 

Chase Josiah G., civil-engineer and sur- 
veyor, 623 Main, house 8 Bigelow 

Chase Samuel F. Mrs., house 52 Elm 

Chase Washington I., starter Charles River 
Street Railway Co., transfer office, 117 
Hampshire, house at Somerville 

Chase William S., student Episcopal Theo- 
logical school, Mason, corner Brattle 

Chatwin William, brass-finisher (Boston), 
house 125 Columbia 

Chatwin William T., boards 125 Columbia 

Chaunce August, cabinet-maker, W^dbury 
building, Otis, boards 8 Third 

Cheney Charles W., driver, 502 Main, 
house 351 Pearl 

Cheney Ellen A., teacher Harvard primary 
schoo', boards 31 B igelow 

Cheney George S., traveling salesman (601 
Washington. Boston), h. 24 Worcester 

Cheney Herbert E., clerk (31 Faneuil Hall 
square, Boston), boards 41 Essex 

Cheney Hiram W., salesman (119 Milk, 
Boston), house 58 Austin 

Cheney Joseph P., house 351 Pearl 

Cheney Mary M.. wido' v of Nathan, house 
50 Sacramento [h. 5,2 Mt. Auburn 

Cheney Susan B., widow of Joseph A., 

Cheney, see Cheney [Spruce 

Chepeaux Napoleon, brick-maker, house 111 

Chestnut James, laborer Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, house 47 Harding 

Chick Charles A., salesman, 9 Chauncy 
(Boston), boards 99 Allston 

Chick Edward E., assistant Peabody Mu- 
seum, house Wi.re [B.), h. 99 Allston 

Chick John A., shoemaker, 41 Hanover 

Chick Joseph E., box-maker, 169 Gore, h. 
29 Sixth [Auburn 

Chicoine Bruno, confectionery, heuse 61 

Child Andrew J., boarding-stable (37 Rich- 
mond, Boston), house 145 Hancock 

Child E. Adelaide, teacher Agassiz school, 
boards 26 Mellen 

Child Ernest G., book-keeper, 120 Hamp- 
shire, boards 226 Broadway 

Child Francis J., professor of English H. 
U., house 67 Kirkland 

Child Frederick E., photographer, 6 Winter 
(Boston), house 210 Harvard 

Child John A., teamster, boards 105 Bridge 



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Child Joseph Mrs., house 7 Prince 
Child Moses M., truant-officer, ward 1, 
boards 10 Farwell palce 

CHILD SPENCER, (Kimball & 
Child), proprietor Cambridge Ice Co., 

120 Hampshire houae 220 Broadway 
Child William B., house 41 Pearl 
Childs C. C, paper-cutters and printing- 
presses, 356 Main, honse at Boston 
Childs Chas. S., foreman Cambridge ceme- 
tery, h. Coolidge av.. next the cemetery 
CHILDS CYNTHIA C. MRS.', 
Christian Scientist, 129^ Camb., h. do. 
Childs Edward A., confectioner, house 28 

Cherry 
Childs E. D., action maker, 130 Broadway, 

h. 226 do. [avenue 

Childs Edw. F., confectioner, h. 6 Pioneer 
Childs Geo. W., elk., bds. 41 Pearl 
Childs Henry H., printer, 105 Magazine, b- 

46 Holyoke 
Childs John J., house 18 Fairmont 
Childs Warren F., stock fitter (Lynn), h. 

129j Cambridge 
Childs William H., organ stop maker, 137 

Broadway, bds. 6 Pioneer avenue 
Childs W. H., at Camb. 11. Co.. repair shop 

Dunster 
Childs, see Ch Id 

Chipley Ezekiel S., R.R. agent, b. 38 Pearl 
Chipman Albion, pattern maker, honse 38 

Bigelow [Camb. 

Chipman Frank B., teamster (B.), h. 210 
Chipman Geo. W. (116Tremont, B.), house 

170 Brookline 
Chisholm Colin, carpenter, 427 Cambridge, 

house 108 Tremont 
Chisholm Colin 2d, carpenter, 7 Western av 

boards 271 Broadway 
Chisholm Arehibald, carriagesmith, b. 271 

Broadway 
Chisholm John, driver R. H. Hanson, 44 

Pine, bds. do. 
Chisholm John, carpenter, house 29 Warren 
Chisholm Kenneth, carpenter, b. 9 Norfolk 
Chisholm Wm., carpenter, b. 13 Suffolk 
Chisholm William F., carpenter, house 108 

Tremont 
Choate Chas. F., lawyer and president O. 

C. R. R. (Kneeland, c. South, B.), h. 

house 153 Brattle and at Southboro 
Chominski Theodore, artist painter, 44 

(Studio building, B.), house 2 Grotto 

place 
Chominski Wladyslaiva, wid, h. 2 Grotto pi 
Christian Daniel, waiter, bds. 10 Bath 
Christiansen Alfred E., machine hand, 162 

Broadway, rooms 8 Norfolk 
Christianson Leonard, machine hand, rooms 

8 Norfolk [Columbia 

Christianson Lorita, tailor (B.), h. r. 172 
Christie Alexander, stenographer Riverside 

Press, house at Maiden 



Christie Alexander, lineman Telephone Co. 

bds. 271 Broadway 
Christie Michael, lab., house 16 Reed 
Christie William, supt. Dana Hill Club sta- 
ble. 677 Main, h. 22 Western av. 
Christopher Susan, widow of Edward B., 

house 4 Eaton 
Christopher Henry A., carpenter, house 68 

Webster avenue 
Christopher Zenas, harness maker, 186 No. 

avenue, house at Somerville 
Church Chas. L., cigar maker (85 State, 

B.), house 124 Thorndike 
Church Elizabeth E.. widow of Alexander 

B., house 120-i Harvard 
Church Jolm B., cabinet maker, h 7 Eighth 
Church Moses D., physician, house a 06 

Putnam avenue 
Church Mary H. Mrs., dressmaker, 7 

Eighth, house do. 
Churchill Anna W., house 11 Chester 
Churchill Hever B., clerk (B.), bds. 11 

Chester 
Churchill Theodore, bds. 14 Lincoln 
Church Clarinda, widow of William B., h. 

r. 508 Main 
Chute David A., teamster, b. 40 Winsor 
Chute David S., cooper, h. r. 33 Green 
Chute Edward E., hostler, 503 Main, house 

r. 503 do. 
Chute Irene Mrs., h. 19 Franklin 
Chute James L., roofer, bds. 1V> Franklin 
Chute S. Smith, carpenter, 9 Western ave., 

house 109 do. 
Chute William, driver Camb. R. R. Co. 
Ciccolo Steve, hairdresser, 12 Rogers block 

Main, house do. 
Cilley Harry B., bds. 86 Buckingham 
Cilley Horace L. (Cilley & Woodbury), 

livery stable, 120 Gree , h. 15 Clinton 
Cilley Martha B., widow of Jacob G., '. 

86 Buckingham 
Cilley & VVoodburv (Horace L. Cilley and 

Williard H. Woodbury), stable 120 

Green 
City Hall, 660 Main 
City Stable, Hampshire, between Norfolk 

and Tremont 
Clacy John, telescope maker, 95 Putnam 

ave.. house 254 Pearl [Oxford 

Claflin Walter A., elk., 1 Brattle, h. 112 
Clark Eldora J. Miss, teacher Washington 

grammar school, bds. 17 Dunster 
Clapp Chas. C. Mrs., house 132 Mt. Auburn 
Clapp Chas. W., lawyer, h. Rogers block, 

91 Main 
Clapp C. W., saw filer, 3 Hampshire 
Clapp Edward C. , compositor University 

Press, house 9 Gerry 
Clapp Fred C, bds., 132 Mt. Auburn 
Clapp Geo. Walter, metals, house 169 

Putnam avenue 
Clapp Ellen A., wid of John W., h. 67 River 



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Clapp John, sawyer, 162 Broadway, house 

80 Plymouth 

Clapp Robert P., law reporter " Adver- 
tiser" (24s Washington, B.), rms. 17 
Western avenue 
Clapp Seth Edward, liquors (8 Chardon, 
B.), h. 65 Pleasant [nam ave. 

Clapp Walter (i., missionary, mis. 18 Rut- 
Clark Albert E., engineer, h. 80£ Green 
Clark Albert S., laborer, h. 52 Portland 
Clark Albert T.. carpenter, h. 28 Fairmount 
Clark A Ivan (A Ivan Clark & Sons), tele- 
scope maker. Henry, h. 184 Brookline 
Clark Alvan v.v Sons (Alvan, Alvan G. and 
George 1J. Clark), telescope makers, 
Henry, n. Brookline 
Clark Alvan G. (Alvan Clark & Sons), tel- 
escope makers, Henry, h. 186 Brook- 
line [97 Otis 
Clark Alvin, engineer. B. & L. R. R., rms. 
Clark Amasa S. K., clerk, Camb. Gas Light 

Co., 424 Harvard, b. 21 Irving 
Clark Ambrose II.. coll. Camb. Gas Light 

Co.. 424 Harvard, h. 21 Irving 
Clark Annie Mrs., h. 11 Flagg st. court 
Clark Appleton. h. 20 Sacramento 
Clark Bernard P., blacksmith, 232 North 

ave.. h. 33 Dunster 
Clark Benjamin P.. cigar mnfr. 35 Pearl, 
and (B. P. Clark & Co.), 506 Main, h. 

81 Franklin 

Clark B. P. & Co. (Benj. P. Clark, Amasa 
A. McKusick and Thus. II. Emerson), 
confectionery mnfrs., 503 Main 
Clark Charles Mrs., teacher, Washington 

grammar school, b. 37 Dunster 
Clark Charles F., painter, h. 1 Elmer 
Clark Chas. H., milkman, h. 5 Brewer 
Clark Charies S.. clerk (8 Oliver, B.), b. 

Mrs. L. H. Clark's, Langdon 

Clark Chester X., supt. brush department 

House of Correction, East Camb., h. 

at Somerville [Boylston 

Clark Daniel, saloon, 1 Palmer, house 48 

Clark Daniel Mrs., dressmaker, house 48 

Boylston 
Clark Dwight S., agent, h. 32 Elm 
Clark Edward F., milkman, b. 5 Brewer 
Clark Delia T., widow of William, h. 52 

Prospect 
Clark Edward P., clerk, 6 Brattle, house 15 

Sparks street place 
Clark Elizabeth II. Miss, h. Langdon 
Clark Ernest W. (Clark & Crawford), 
plumber, 12 Harvard row, h. 26 Win- 
throp * 

Clark Frank A., hulled corn mnfr., 400 

Main, h. 402 do. 
Clark Frederick C, boarding-house, 404 

Harvard 
Clark George, box-maker, b. 163 Broadway 
Clark George, butcher, h. 71 Hastings 
Clark George, laborer, h. 60 Portland 
Clark George, at box factory, b. 134 Har- 
vard 



Clark George, carpenter, h. r. 44 Foster 
Clark George B. (Alvan Clark & Son), tel- 
escope maker. Henry, h. 182 Brookline 
Clark George W., conductor, C nib. R. Co. 

b. 13 Green 
Clark George W.. painter, b. 23 Wallace 
Clark Harry, st >ne cutter. 258 Mt. Auburn, 

h. 15 Sparks 
Clark Henry M. ; clerk (7 Arch. B.), b. 46 

Boylston [Hotel School 

Clark Henry W.. millman, £0 Albany, h. 
Clark Herbert W., gardener, 8 Highland, 

house do. [265 Camb. 

Clark Hyacinth, boiler maker, 72 Main. h. 
Clark Isaac II.. rubber machinery mnfr., 

174 Broadway, h. at Somerville 
Clark James M.. helper, 356 Main, h. 83 

Clark [b. 79 Spring 

Clark James S., cutter. X. E. Glass Co., 
Clark Jessie A., saleswoman. o'JS Camb., 

b. 44 Foster 
Clark Jedathen. clerk, h. 116 Western av. 
Clark Jessie E. Miss, clerk, 403 Camb., b. 

Foster 
Clark John, boiler maker (B.), b. 83 Clark 
Clark John, cook (B.), h. (51 Hampshire 
Clark John, driver, Camb. R. Co., house 

Cushing, cor. dishing court 
Clark John Edward, driver Camb. R. Co., 
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Clark J., overseer 

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Clark John E., laborer, h. 10 South 
Clark John J., book-keeper (36 Kilby 

h. 107 Tremont 
Clark John J., laborer, h. 2 Dickinson 
Clark John W.. cabinet maker (76 Beverly, 

B.), h. 1)8 Hampshire 
Clark Joshua W., carpenter, h. 39 Spruce 
Clark Lewis C, engineer Chemical Engine 

Co., Central sq., h. do. 
Clark Martin V. B.. compositor Riverside 

Press, h. 100 River [Dunster 

Clark Mary, widow of Bartholomew, h. 42 
Clark Mary E.. widow of Edward, h. rear 

41 Clark 
Clark Mary J., widow of James, h. 8 White 
Clark Mary T., book-keeper, 9 Harvard sq. 

b. 21 Irving [at B< ston 

Clark X. W., carpenter. 113 Broadway, b. 
Clark Patrick, laborer, 169 Gore, bd's. 31 

Harding 
Clark Patrick, pot maker, X. E. Glass 

Works, h. 4 Water 
Clark Patrick, watchman Camb. R. Co., 

Mt. Auburn stable, h. Holworthy pi. 
Clark Richard, carpenter, h. 55 Spring 
Clark Robert H., provisions and fish, 215 

North ave., h. 231 do. 
Clark Robert O., wood carver (B.), h. 89 

Elm [112 Pearl 

Clark Samuel W., brakeman E. R. R., b. 
Clark Simon P., carpenter, h. 35 Cherry 
Clark S. Adams, foreman of laborers, 3 

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Clark Thomas (Custom House, B.), house 

88 Winsor 
Clark Thomas C, painter, h. 10 Eliot 
Clark Thomas IL, foreman, 12 Brattle, bds. 

36 Ash [bds. 8 White 

Clark Thomas M., clerk, 147 North av., 
Clark Thomas W"., broker (7 State, B.), h. 

134 North avenue [Winsor 

Clark Walter T., student H. U., bds. 88 
Clark Wm. B., florist, bds. 24 DeWolf 
Clark Wm. H., bookbinder (76 Sudbury, 

B.), h. r. 202 Putnam avenue 
Clark Wm. T., clerk, 215 North av., bds. 

231 do. 

CEAKK & CRAWFORD (E W. 
Clark and Jas. Crawford), plumbers, 
12 Harvard row [h. do. 

Clarke Augustus P., physician, 693 Main, 
Clarke Carrie F. Mrs., sec. Amity Lodge 
No. 15, D. of R. of the I. O. O. F., h- 
87 Sixth 

CLARKE HERBERT T., pro- 
visions, 80 Pleasant, h. 16 Park 
Clarke, John, junk dealer, h. 37^ Warren 
Clarke J. Milton, messenger U. S. sub- 
treasury (Devonshire, B.), house 2 

Elorence place 
Clarke Matthias C, stone cutter, h. 87 Sixth 
Clarke Milton E. B-, waiter (B.), h. 2 

Florence place 
Clarke Theodore P. B., letter carrier (P. 

O., B.), house 1 Elorence place 
Clarke Wm., bootmaker, h. 21 Beaver 
Clarke Wm. H., carriagesmith, 178 North 

avenue, h. Somerville av., n. White 
Clarke, see Clark 

Claikson John G., jeweler, b. 6 Rockwell 
Clarkson Thos. G., jeweler, h. 6 Rookwell 
Clarrage Eernando B., musician, house 10 

Hamilton [124 Webster av. 

Clary Catherine, widow of Patrick, house 
Clary Edward, clerk, 68 Bridge, bds. 103 

Otis [U., h. 22 Baldwin 

Clarv Francis P., janitor Boylston Hall, H. 

CL.ARY JOHN, lumber, Sanborn's 
wharf, 68 Bridge, h. 103 Ot s 
Clary John S., salesman, 68 Bridge, bd>. 

103 Otis 
Clarv Mary, widow of David, h. 230 Bridge 
Clary Oliver 1)., clerk, First, cor. Thorn- 
dike, bds. 103 Otis 
Clary O. G, carpenter, 92 Main 
Clary Susan Miss, house 130 Oxford 
Clasby John Mrs., house 1 Union 
Clasby Thomas, laborer, house 3 Grant 
Clattenburg Mary, widow of Joseph, house 

3 Chestnut Park 
Clauss Charles, carver, 44 Cambridge, h. 
at South Boston [Green 

Olaussi'ii Peter, boots and shoes, house 214 
(lav Charles, laborer, house 41 Baldwin 
Clay John S.. clerk, rooms r. 95 Green 
Clay Zena>, machinist, 29 Main, h. r. 123 
Elm [rooms 20 Essex 

Clayton Horace E., clerk (38 School, B.), 



Clear Charles H., clerk (149 Court, B.), h. 

26 Brookline 
Clear Francis W., marble worker, house 26 

Brookline [3 Chestnut 

Cleary Frank E., clerk (30 Kilby, B.), bds. 
Cleary James, foreman box department, 162 

Broadway, house 23 Decatur 
Clearv Michael, hairdresser (Province 

House, B.), h. r. 49 Clark 
Cleary Patrick, stone mason, bouse 7 Bald 

win court 
('lease J. C, box maker, 3 Hampshire 
Cleland Marsh, teamster, h. 6 Squire's ct. 
Clement George Mrs., h. r. 44 Washington 
Clement Herbert E., silver plated ware 

(459 Washington, B.), bds. 63 Clark 
Clement John, plasterer, house 70 Vine 
Clemmet Thomas, tailor (606 Washington, 

B.), house 38 Brookline 
Cleveland Albert D., h. 42 Cogswell avenue 
Cleveland Albert D. Jr., b. 42 Cogswell av. 
Cleveland Edward, baggage master F. It. 

R. Portei's station, b. 42 Cogswell av. 
Cleveland Harry, cooper, h. 50 Amory 
Cleveland Samuel T\, stone contractor, h. 

12 Wallace 
Cleveland Wm. A., letter carrier, P. ()., 

150 North av. , bds. 42 Cogswell av. 
Cliff Sanford P., carpenter, bds. 120 Winsor 
Clifford A. J., carpenter, 113 Broadway, h. 

at Boston 
Clifford James, feeder Cambridge R. sta- 
bles, 229 Cambridge, h. 44 Seventh 
Clifford John, engineer, house 5 Beaver 
Clifford John, laborer, 169 Gore, bds. 15 

Warren [River 

Clifford Lucinda, widow of Wvatt h. 29 
Clifford W. Michael, at Globe office (B.), 

bds. 27 Sidney [bds. 15 Warrei 

Clifford Timothy, tnbe maker (Somerville), 
Clifford Patrick, carpenter, house r. 29 

Winthrop [h. 232 Broadway 

Clinch Wm. C, telegraph operator AV. U., 
Cline Joseph, iron moulder, h. 57 Hampshire 
Clinton Malachi F., laborer (B.), h. 32 

Warren 
Clinton Thomas, carpenter, h. 128 Gore 
Close Caroline, teacher, Allston grammar 

school, bds. 25 Essex 

CLOSE GEORGE, mnfg. con- 
fectioner, 243 and 245 Broadway, house 
220 Harvard [132 Winsor 

Close John, shipping clerk, 602 Main, house 

Close Peter, leather case mnfr. (104 Port- 
land B.), h. 6 Prince 

Clough A. W., carpenter, 113 Broadway, h. 
at Boston 

Clough Joseph L. manager 245 Broadway, 
house 118 Winsor 

Clough Mrs., dressmaker, Go Plymouth, 
house do. 

Clouston Frank C, trav. salesman (190 
Congress B.), bds 14 William 

Clouse Ellen A. widow of Louis, house 
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Clouston Mary L., widow of William, house 
14 William 

Clover Bros. (Frederick and Ellis Clover) , 
second-hand furniture, 457 Cambridge 

Clover Ellis (Clover Bros.), 459 Cambridge, 
house 131 Wiiisor 

Clover Frederick (Clover Bros.) 457 Cam- 
bridge, house 14 Murdock 

Cloves Lothrop J., chief of police, house 
12 Story 

Clucas John, upholsterer, bds 29 Andrew 

Clucas Thomas, tinsmith, bds. 29 Andrew 

Cluer, baker, 502 Main 

Clukas Geo. M., action maker, 1G2 Broad- 
way, h. 133 Franklin 

Clukas William II., jig sawyer, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 8 Sixth 

Clukas William H. jr., paper cutter, (B.), 
bds. 103 Columbia 

Clunen Thomas, laborer, house off Welling- 
ton, near Hill's crossing 

Cluney Theresa, widow of Thomas, house 
45 Brookline 

Clymer William B. S., presidents secretary 
H. U., house Channing 

Coakley David, laborer,, house 18 North 

Coakley John H., driver, Charles B. St. It. 
Co. 

Coakley John, laborer, house 20 North 

Coakley John H., bds. 14 Willow 

Coakley Maggie Miss, forewoman Amer 
Itubber Co. 

Coakley Patrick, laborer, house 14 Willow 

Coakley Timothy, expressman, house 502 
Cambridge 

Coates George A., blacksmith, h. Hotel 
Clark 

Cobb Abner, R., engraver, 8 Waltham, 
(B.\ bds. 29 Pleasant 

Cobb Beverly, waiter, rooms 00 Putnam av. 

Cobb Charles S., picture frames, 579 Main, 
boards 84 Austin 

Cobb Edward C, clerk 529 Main, house 15 
Franklin 

CohV., Emerv B., trader h. 6 Gordon Place 

Ccbb E .-erett, baker, 502 Main 

CobD Franklin A. clerk, 038 Main, house 
29 Pleasant. 

Cobb, Franklin A., jr., clerk, 105 Magazine, 
bds. 29 Pleasant 

Cobb George, carpsnter, B. & L, R. R. shop 

Cobb George E. & Co. (George E. Cobb), 
picture frames, etc., 579 Main 

Cobb Geo. E. (Geo. E. Cobb & Co.), pic. 
ture frames, etc., 579 Main, house 84 
Austin 

Cobb George S., carpenter, house rear 175 

Cambridge 
Cobb Harriet H, Mrs., physician, 314 

Broadway, house do. 
Cobb Harry H., picture frames, 579 Main, 

bds. 84 Austin 
Cobb Herbert, clerk, (B.), bds. 48 Pros- 
pect 



Cobb Josiah H., grocer (1 Thompson sq., 

Charlestown), house 17 Prospect 
Coburn Agnes, asst. H. U. library, boards 

18 Story 
Coburn Anna L. Miss, house 858 Main 
Coburn Calvin, organ maker, h. 148 Spring 
Coburn Charles, salesman,, house 172 North 
avenue [B), house 148 Spring 

Coburn Charles F., (Grove cor. Cambridge, 
Coburn Charlotte W. Miss, mental healer 

H. of C, bds. do. 
Coburn Cornelia A. Miss, h. 858 Main 
Coburn Elizabeth S. Miss, asst., H. U 

library, boards 18 Story 
Coburn Geo. A., physician, 134 Otis, h. do. 
Coburn Harry A., clerk (B.), bds. 17 

Sacramento 
Coburu Jennie Miss, bds., 172 North a v. 
Coburn Mary J., widow of Wendell T., 

hairwork, 110 Windsor, house do. 
Cochran John (Govan & Cochran), organ- 
case maker, 102 Broadway, h. 14 State 
Cochran John M.,, medical student H. U. 

bds. 14 State 
Cochran Nathaniel, carpenter, house 7 

Stinson ct. 
Cochrane Alexander, pres. Cochrane Chemi- 
cal Co., Potter, h. 44 Beacon, Boston 
COCIIKANE CHEMICAL CO., 
(Alexander Cochrane, president and 
treasurer, Hugh Cochrane, vice-presi- 
dent), chemical mnfrs., Potter, and 
(55 Kilby, B.) 
Cochrane Hugh, vice-president, Cochrane 

Chemical Co., Potter, bds. at Boston 
Cochrane John, printer, bds. Harvard sq 
Cocoran James, brush maker 124 Harvard 
Codman Sarah W. widow of William P. 

bds. 50 Sacramento 
Cocoran Patrick asst. janitor Court house, 

h. Charles 
Cocray Morris, b Is. 45 Cambrdige 
Coda Patrick J., box-maker, 3 Hampshire 

h. Jordan place 
Cody William, laborer 220 Portland, h. 128 
Webster av. [Chester 

Coe Hulda A., wid. of John E., h. 11 
Coes C.N. Mrs.,h. 21 7 Hampshire 
Coes Charles W. supt. rubber dept. (450 

Washington, B.), bis. 50 Cherry 
Coes Geo. H., come lian, 207 Hampshire 
Coes Mary Miss, student, h. 5 Waterhouse 
Cofley Edward, cooper, bds. 151 Ods 
Coffey John, laborer, h. 54 North 
Coffey John, teamster, b. 4 Potter 
Coffey John J., provisions and groceries, 

25 Bay, h. 220 Franklin 
Coffey Michael, glrss blower, h. 58 North 
Coffey Nellie, widow of David, h. 215 

Franklin 
Coffey William, clerk, b. 28 East 
Coffield Alary, widow of Thomas, b. 2£ 
Douglass [bridge, b. do. 

Coffin Alfred E., coachman, 170 Cam- 



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Coffin Eugene, foreman paint shop. 17 

Main, h. at Boston 
Coffin Freeman, carpenter, h. 1 Jay st. pi. 
Coffin Herbert E., tsamster, b. 71 Sidney 
Coffih Mary E., widow, h. 6 Flagg st. et. 
Cofran Noah M., at 8. M. Cofran's, Con- 
cord av., h. 89 Concord ave. 
Cofran Samuel M. , brick mnfr., Concord 

av., n. Fresh Pond, h. 70 do. 
Cogan Dennis, teamster, 169 Gore, b. 4 

Winter 
Cogan Edmond J., carpenter, 54 Cam- 
bridge, h. 151 Winsor 
Cogan Joseph, harness maker (65 Sudbury, 

B.), h. 85 Second [Second 

Cogan Joseph A., student (B.), boards 35 
Cogswell Charles N., student H. U., b. 61 

Kirkland [Kirkland 

Cogswell Edward R. , physician, house 61 
Cogswell Francis, supt. of schools, office 

Central square building, Western av., 

b. 123 Prospect 
Cogswell Francis, hostler, Bay, c. Green, 

h. 12 Soden [Kirkland 

Cogswell George P., student H. U., b. 61 
Cohen Adolph, 

77 Brattle 
Cohen George, cabinet-maker 

blk., Otis, h. at Boston 
Cohen Harris, cigars and tobacco, 345 

Main. h. 5 Rogers block, Main 
Cohen John, laborer, 17 Main, h. 62 Charles 
Cohen Leo. clerk. 106 Camb.. b. 98 Otis 

COl* EX EOEIS, merchant tailor, 
106 Cambridge, h. 98 Otis 
Cohen Mark, machinist, 10 Arrow, h. 114 

Auburn 
Cohen Morris, cigar maker, h. 20 Decatur 
Coker Frederick G., janitor Court House, 

Third, h. 102 Thorndike 
Colbert Edward, laborer, h. 59 Reed 
Colbert Jeremiah, feeder, Camb. R. Co. 
Colbert Patrick John, foreman packing 

dept., 162 Broadway, h. 176 Harvard 
Colburn Carrie Mrs., h. 500 Main 
Colburn George W. (33 Summer, B.), h. 7 

Dana 
Colburn Josie Mrs., h. Hilton place 
Colby Albion C, h. 93 Auburn 
Colby Arthur F., conductor Camb. R. Co., 

h. 32i Cambridge 
Colby Benjamin, h. 36 North avenue 
Colby Gilman, editor, h. 4 Centre 
Colby Henry, cabinet maker, b. 147 Col- 
umbia 
Colby Joseph E., teamster Revere Sugar 

Refinery, h. 156 Cambridge 
Colby Lewis Rev., h. 14 Trowbridge 
Colby Moses C. h. 28 Wendell 
Colby Ralph E., clerk, 10 Harvard Row, b. 

65 Mt. Auburn 
Colby Willard C, advertising agent 531 

Main, h. 83 Columbia 
Cole Arthur E., driver, 31 Elm, h. 39 do. 



Cole Charles D., sec. Grand Lodge, I. O. 

O. F. (515 Tremont, B.), h. 738 Main 
Cole Daniel, watchman, h. 47 Pine 
Cole Daniel E. , watchman Seavey & Co., 

Third, h. Pine 
Cole Edwin M., teamster, h. 47 Pine 
Cole George A., starter Camb. R. Co. 

(We t Boston bridge) .h. 136 Columbia 
Cole George F.. laborer H. U. yard, h. 28 

Charles River [Third, h. Pine 

Cole Herbert, laborer, Seavey & Co., 
Cole Howard F.. box maker, 3 Hampshire, 

h. 66 Broadway 
Cole Ivory F., carpenter, h. 47 Fairmont 
Cole Seth Mrs., h. 6 Union [ton 

Cole William E,, carpenter, h. 49 Hamil- 
Cole William W.. cabinet maker, 54 Bridge, 

h. r. 184 Cambridge 
Cole Winslow V., b. 6 Austin 
Coleman Arthur W., clerk, Continental 

National Bank (51 Summer, B.), b. 11 

Wendell 

CiOEEUIAX BROTHERS (Wal- 
) ter C. and James AV. Coleman). wood 

and coal, 91 Broadway and 506 Main 
Coleman Daniel, confectioner (B.), b. 93 

Webster avenue 
Coleman Edward B., printer (4 Liberty sq., 

B.), b. 11 Wendeli 
Coleman ElishaP., treas. Am. Bap. Miss. 

Union (32 Trem nt Temple, B.), h. 11 

Wendell [Broadway 

Coleman Elizabeth, widow of John, bds. 
Coleman James, machinist, 17 Main, b. at 

Boston 
Coleman James, laborer Mt. Auburn cem- 
etery, b. Michael Coleman's, Foster pi. 
Coleman James W. (Coleman Bros.), coal, 

91 Broadway and 506 Main.h. 25 Front 
Coleman John, engineer 356 Main, h. 68 

School 
Coleman John, gardener Mt. Auburn ceme- 
tery, b. Michael Coleman's, Burns ct. 
Coleman John, laborer, h. 6 Reed 
Coleman John, teamster, 256 Bridge, h. 5 

Linehan's block, Third 
Coleman John jr., b. 6 Reed 
Coleman Mary, widow, h. 13 Will w 
Coleman Martha J., widow of William, h. 

8 Allen 
Coleman Maurice, plasterer, bds. 13 Willow 
Coleman Michael, laborer, house Bums ct. 
Coleman Michael D.. house 93 Webster av. 
Coleman P., hostler Harvard-square stable, 

Cambridge Railway Co. 
Coleman Walter G. (Coleman Bros.), 

wood, 506 Main, house 92 Winsor 
Coleman, see Colman 
Coles Edwin A., commercial traveler, bds. 

83 Pearl [83 Pearl 

Coles Sarah S., widow of Ambrose W., h. 
Colgrove Adoniram J., salesman (18 Broad, 

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Coll Michael, watchman Cambridge Rail- 
way Co., boards 22 Willow 
Colley Hattie, widow of James, h. 32 Lee 
Colley William A., grocer, 63 Western av., 

house t>3£ do. 
Colli John, cabinet-maker, bds. 60 Harvard 
Collier Edward P., printer (238 Washing- 
ton. Boston), b( axis 9 Winter 
Collier John, truant officer, ward 3, house 

9 Fourth [9 Winter 

Collier Sophia, widow of Patrick H., house 
Collier Thomas, 12G Portland, h. 85 Clark 
Collins Alfred Q., artist. Hammond, h. do. 
Collins Augustus, laborer, house rear 221 

Franklin [Boylston, h. do. 

Collins Catherine Miss, dressmaker, 12 
Collins Charles J., wood-turner, 74 Boyl- 
ston, house rear 13 Pine 
Collins Cornelius, liquors, 145 Bridge, h. 

9 Leighton court 
Collins Cornelius, laborer, house 52 North 
Collins Daniel, painter, boards 151 Otis 
Collins Daniel, painter B. & L. R.R., house 

at Somerville [av., h. 1-19 do. 

Collins Daniel F., teamster, 153 Putnam 
Collins Dennis, laborer, h. 1G Cambridge 
Collins Edward F., lawyer, r. 118 Auburn 
Collins Ellen, widow of David, house 159 

Franklin 
Collins Jas., laborer, 161 Gore, b. 5 Ninth 
Collins James E., conductor Cambridge 

Railway Co., house 9 Seventh 
Collins James J., coffin-maker, 203 Bridge, 

boards 56 Second 
Collins James J., carpenter, b. 56 Second 
Collins Jeremiah, laborer, 169 Gore, house 

159 Winsor 
Collins John, laborer, boards 1 Lechmere 
Collins John, granite works, Gore's wharf, 

Third, house at South Boston 
Collins John, tailor, 551 Main, house 40 

Winthrop 
Collins John A., clerk, 83 Otis, b. 10 North 
Collins John C, boards 56 Second 
Collins John J., butter dealer, h. 3 Moore 
Collins John P., broker, h. 20 Western av. 
Collins Joseph, cooper, bds. 7 Squire's blk. 
Collins Joseph, gardener Mount Auburn 

cemetery, corner McDonald 
Collins J. E., conductor Cambridge R. Co. 
Collins Mary, widow, house 45 Willow 
Collins Mary B. Mrs., boarding-house, 56 

Second [Co., Potter, b. 25 Jefferson 
Collins Michael, packer American Rubber 
Collins Michael, butcher, Niles Bros., house 

69 Bolton 
Collins Michael, laborer, h. 7 Squire's court 
Collins Michael , junk, house 19 Jefferson 
Collins Michael B., polisher (13 Bowker, 

Boston), house 216 Pearl 
Collins Patrick, junk dealer, h. 22 Blanche 
Collins Patrick D., coal and wood, rear 140 

Pleasant, house do. [h. 44 DeWolf 
Collins Richard, teamster Valentine &TJo., 



Collins Richard, head baker, Memorial 

Hall, house 17 Dyke [Pilgrim church 
Collins Samuel L., house Magazine, near 
Collins Timothy, tailor, house 52 North 
Collins Thomas, laborer, house 1 Lechmere 
Collins Thomas, tailor (Boston), boards 

rear 159 Broadway 
Collins Thomas E., teamster, h. 124 Spring 
Collins Timothy, tailor (B.), h. 52 North 
Collins T., driver Cambridge Railway Co. 
Collins William, laborer, house 148 Green 
Collins William S., conductor Cambridge 

Railway Co., house Auburn place 
Collinson Harry, coffin-maker. 203 Bridge 
Colliton H.. conductor Cambridge R. Co. 
Colman Adeline A. Miss, children's clothing 

(3 Park, room 5, Boston), h. 126 Otis 
Colman Joseph J., kitchen-furnishing 

goods, 465 Cambridge, h. 183 Columbia 
Colman Mary E. Miss, children's clothing 

(3 Park, room 5, Boston), h. 126 Otis 
Colman Mary J., widow of Mark W., house 

126 Otis 
Colman, see Coleman 
Colston Frank, feeder Charles River Street 

Railway stable (Somerville), house 116 

Columbia 
Colter James E., iron-moulder, h. 20 Union 
Colter W., driver Cambridge Railway Co. 
Colton Frank H., hotel steward, house Lake 

View avenue, near pumping station 
Columbus Albert A., tinsmith, house 5 Rog- 
ers block, Washington 
Columbus George, tinman L. Columbus, 

Cedar, house at Boston 
Columbus Louis G. , tinsmith, Cedar, corner 

Belmont, house 27 Reed [h. 38 Pearl 
Colvin Maranda M. . widow Columbus T., 
Combs Annie, wid. of Abner. h. 42 Bigelow 
Combs Charles E., clerk, 417 Cambridge, 

boards 15 Ellsworth avenue 

COHEE DE.\:*IS F., cooper, 129 
Gore, house at Boston 
Comer James, currier Muller Bros. 
Comer James, laborer, house 27 Harvey 
Comer Michael, tanner, house Harvey, near 

Jackson [401 Cambridge 

Comerford Alice, widow of Edward, house 
Comerf ord Edward J. , conductor Cambridge 

Railway Co., house 102 Western ave. 
Comerford James, driver Charles River 

Street Railway Co. [Frank, h. do. 

Comerford Martin, at Farrell £ Nagle's, 
Comerford Michael, engineer (High, B.), 

house 57 Vine 
Coolidge D. S., 162 Broadway, h. 9 River 
Comey Geo. A., brushes, house 22 Lake 
Comey William A., elk. (9 Bowdoin sq., 

B.), house 120 Magazine 
Comfort Alice, widow, h. 401 Camb. 
Comfort Martin, leather dresser, b. 9 Frank 
Commery Martha, widow of James, house 

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ington. B.), h. Clifton, n. Spruce 
Comstoek Betsey J., widow of Hiram M. h 

24 Warland 
Conant Agnes B. Miss, comparer, Otis, 

cor. Second,, hds. 415 Broadway 
Conant Anna E., wid. of John. h. 15 Laurel 
Conant Benjamin, printer (32Hawley, B.), 

house ?>;] Essex 
Conant Chas. F.. h. Wash, av., n. Arlington 
Conant Charles M., bookkeeper, State, cor 

Osborn, bds. Franklin 
Conant Geo. II., clerk, 9 Brattle, house 13 

Farwell place 
Conant George W. S., clerk Riverside 

Press, house 8 Tufts 
Conant Harriet E. Miss, comparer, Otis, c. 

Second, bds. 415 Broadway 
Conant Mary B., nurse, house 8 Tufts 
Conant Selwyn Frank, conductor B .& A. 

R.R., house 143 Hampshire 
Concannon C, driver Camb. R. Co. 
Con cannon J., driver Camb. R. Co. 
Concannon James B., h. r. 29 Porter 
Concannon Patrick H., printer, b. 14 Grant 
Conder Charles E., clerk, 497 Main 
Conder Rosella, packer, 31 Elm, bds. Cam- 
bridge, c. Prospect 
Condin Josepb, lab., h. 80 Boylston 
Condit Charles L.. publisher Science, 19 

Brattle, house at New York 
Condon James F., liquors, 461 Main, h. do. 
Condon John, lab., h. 171 Elm 
Condon John P., carpenter B. & A. R. R. 

repair shop (Allston), h.9 9 River 
Condon Robert J., hairdresser, 1 Essex, h. 

at Boston 
Condon William, 

house Andrew, 
Condrick Edward. 

Portland, house 15 Cherry 
Cone Adeline W. Mrs., h. 105 Inman 
Cone Frank W., bookkeeper (111 Arch B.) 

boards 105 Inman 
Coney Patrick, gardener, h. 53 Crescent 
Congdon Mary L. H. Mrs., house 10 Berk- 
shire place 
Conger Edwin, mariner, h. 482 Cambridge 
Conkev Wm. G. , machinist (B.), house 6 

McCabe 
Conlan Chas. M.. lab., bds. 104 Dublin 
Conlan Dennis city lab., h. 13 Bolton 
Conlan Edward, barrel dealer, house 417 

Cambridge 
Conlan Felix, lawyer, Lechmere Bank bldg, 

66 Cambridge, b. 59 Thorndike 
Conlan John, Brinter, b. rear 200 Bridge 
Conlan John B., clerk Camb. R. Co., 3 

Harvard sq., rooms 5 South 
Conlan Margaret, wid. of John, h. 13 Bolton 
Conlan Michael, baker, house r. 200 B ridge 
Conlan Michael, lab., 128 Winsor, house 

184 do. 
Conlan Patrick, lab., house r. 200 Bridge 



teamster, 106 River, 
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night watchman, 126 



Conlan Patrick II., lab., house Harris, 3d 

from Beacon 
Conlan Patrick, teamster, house 104 Dublin 
Conlan Patrick, house 59 Thorndike 
Conlan Peter, engineer, 206 Broadway, h. 

171 Winsor 
Conlan Robert, lab., house 8 Douglass 
Conlan Samuel, lab., 206 Broadway, house 

88 Webster avenue [R. Co. 

Conlan T., feeder Eighth st. stable, Camb. 
Conlan Thomas, peddler, h. 29 Willow 
Conlan Thomas P.. medical student II. U., 

bds. 59 Thorndike 
Conlan Wm., apprentice, 16 Boylston, 

boards 67a Mt. Auburn 
Conlan, see Conlin 

Conlay John W.. plasserer, h. 73 Concord av 
Conley Edward lab., 12 Gore, house Banks 
Conley John, iron maker, Boston Bridge 

Works, house 200 Norfolk 
Conley Kate, seamatress, house 72 School 
Conley Luke, machinist, 356 Main 
Conley Maria, washerwoman, house 218 

Putnam avenue 
Conley Mary Miss, house 10 Hastings 
Conley William, teamster, 13 Broadway, b. 

30 Harvard 
Conlin James A., roofer, 107 Hampshire, 

house do. [left 

Conlin John H., lab., h. Harris, last on the 
Conlin Thomas, feeder, Eighth st. stable, 

Camb. R. Co. 
Conlow James, cooper, house 8 Jefferson 
Conn John, laborer, b. 113 Charles 
Connaton Edward, painter, 14 Church, h. 

5 Athens 
Connell Anthony, painter, h. 9 Hancock 
Connell Anthony jr,, brassworker, bds. 9 

Hancock 
Connell Dennis J., clerk, 459 Main, bds. 

207 Franklin [Eranklin 

Connell Ellen, widow of William, h. 204 
Connell James J., grocer, 13 Mill, house 7 

Charles River 
Connell James, lab., house 249 Franklin 
Connell Jeremiah, city lab., h. 133 Webster 

avenue 
Connell Jeremiah, lab., b. 28 Carson 
Connell John, baker, bds. 28 Carson 
Connell John, teamster, 71 Main, house 206 

F.ianklin 
Connell John, teamster, h. 253 Eranklin 
Connell John M., painter, bds. 9 Hancock 
Connell John T., salesman (24 Summer B.) 

house 156 Pleasant 
Connell Michael, bacon curer, r. 365 Camb 

house 4 r. 191 Hampshire 
Connell Michael, coffin maker, 293 Bridge, 

house 210 do. 
Connell Patrick, teamster, 12 Central sq., 

bds. 253 Franklin 
Connell Patrick J., teamster, b. 253 Franklin 
Connell Patrick Mrs., grocer, 207 Franklin, 

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Connell Roger, lab., bds. IS Warren 
Connell Thomas, hostler Camb. R. Co.. Mt 

Auburrt stable, bds. G. M. Darren's, 

Holworthy 
Connell Thomas O., lab., b. 54 Ellery 
Connell Wm., brass molder, b. 253 Franklin 
Connell Wm., hostler, b. 2G Haucock 
Connell Wm., carpenter, H. IT., rooms 31 

Holyoke 
Connell Wm. J., grocer. 207 Frankl n, h do 
Connell Wm. J., expressman. Lyceum bldg 

Harvard sq.. house 249 Franklin 
Connell Wm., J., molder (B.), bds. 253 

Franklin 
Connell. see O'Connell 
Connelley Bartholomew, lab. h. G Camden pi 
Connelly Benjamin, baker, 31 Elm 
Connelly Edward, lab., house 34 Harvard 
Connellv Hannah, widow of James, hous 

41 Charles 
Connelly Jane Mrs., h. 51 Clark 
Connelly John, laborer, h. 210 Columbia 
Connelly John, clerk, 333 Main. b. do. 
TJonnelly John, farmer, h. dishing ct. 
Connelly John. h. 5C> Charles 
Connelly John, baker. 79 Camb., b. do. 
Connelly Owen, gardener, Wm. Read's, 

Appleton, b. 104 Sparks 
Connelly Thomas, carpenter H. U., h. 4 

Emmons place 
Connelly Timothy, hostler, 904 Main 
Conner Charles E., engineer steamer 5, 

h. lll£ Inman 
Conner E., conductor Camb. R. Co. 
Connolly Mary, widow of Bernard, h. 55 

Rirer [Camb. 

Connerton Dominick, city laborer, h. 431 
Connerton Joseph, keeper, h. 12 East 
Connerty James, mason, b. 5 Ninth 
Connerty James, stone mason, b. 5 Xinth 
Connerty Thomas, laborer, 16£> Tore, h. 5 

Ninth [Brattle 

Connor Jerome A., stucco worker, house 39 
Connington Henry, baker, 502 Main, b. 51 

Pleasant 
Connor Charles P., salesman (87 Summer, 

B.), h. 110 Gore 
Connor Dennis, laborer, h. 1 Clay 
Connor James, clerk, 93 Spruce, b. do. 
Connor James, carpenter, h. 110 Charles 
Connor Jeremiah, currier, h. 36G North ar. 
Connor John, laborer, b. r. 15 Jackson 
Connor John, calenderer, Amer. Rubber 

Co. 
Connor John, laborer, h. 81 Boylston 
Connor John F., baker, h. 177 Norfolk 
Connor John J., laborer, b. 9 Sargent 
Connor Justin P., grocer, 88 Fifth, h. 121<| 

Winsor 
Connor Margaret Mrs., b. 80 Kirkland 
Connor Mary, widow, h. 18G Green 
Connor Michael, gardener, h. 194 Green 
Connor Michael, laborer, h. r. 14 Jackson 
Connor Patrick, laborer, h. Ill Elm 



Connor P. J., tinsmith (B.), b. Porter's 

Hotel [Co. 

Connor Richard, bootmaker, Amer. Rubber 
Connor Stanley J., carpenter, b. 8 Bucks 

block. Seventh 
Connor Terrance, foreman, 13 Broadway, 

h. 55 do. [194 Green 

Connor Thomas, teamster, 13 Broadway. 1). 
Connor Thomas, laborer, b. r. 14 Jackson 
Connor Wellington R., tiar. salesman, 502 

Main 
Connors Charles J., laborer, h. 51 Clark 
Connors Clarence, laborer. 13 Broadway 
Connors Cornelius, teamster, h. 7G Spruce 
Connors Daniel, h. 152 Third 
Connors E. J., printer University Press. 
Connors John, driver Charles R. St. R. Co., 
Connors Joseph, teamster, 5 Broadway, b. 

71 Hastings 
Connors Patrick, laborer, h. 1 Jackson 
Connors Richard, laborer, h. 92 Fifth 
Connors Thomas, gate-tender. Harvard st. 

crossing B. & A. R. R., h. 72 Harvard 
Connors Thomas, bottler (89 Kingston, 

B.), h. 10 Houghton 
Connors Thomas, teamster. 13 Broadway 
Connors Wm. J., teamster (B.), house 25 

Webster avenue 
Connors Wm. J., polisher, 203 Bridge, h. 

120 Spring 
Connors, see Connor also O'Conner 
Conolow James, cooper, h. 8 Jefferson 
Conrad John X.. variety store, 331 Broad- 
way, h. do. [Portland 
Conrick Edward, night watchman, 126 
Conroy Annie M., widow of John F., house 

101 Kinnaird 
Conroy James, electrotypher University 

Press, h. 10 Foster 
Conroy John, slater, h. rear 56 Charles 
Conroy Karen. Laborer, h. 101 Kinnaird 
I Conroy Patrick, laborer, h. Conroy blk., r. 

215 Mt. Auburn 
Conroy Patrick J. , slater, h. r. 56 Charles 
Conroy Stephen F., teamster, Palmer, cor. 

Brattle, b. 214 Franklin 
Conroy Thomas, liquors, 198 Camb., h. do. 
Conrov Wm., hairdresser, 7G£ Norfolk, h. 

do. 
Conry Karen, laborer." h. 2 Grant 
Conry Michael J., police station 1, house r. 

17 Charles River 
Converse George H., clerk (B.), b. 403 

Broadway 
Converse Joseph H., h. 403 Broadway 
Conrerse Julia, widow of Joseph, h. 80£ 

Green [Harvard 

Conward George, laborer, H. U. yard, b. 
Conway Catherine, widow of Martin, h. 22 

North [22 Mt. Auburn 

Conway James, tai'or, 418 Harvard, mis. 
Conway James M.. wire worker, b. 28 Erie 
Conway Patrick, glass maker, b. 12 North 



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(State House, B.), h. 10 Florence 

Conway Richard, laborer, b. 2G Portland 

Conway Richard, grinder man, Amer. Rub- 
ber Co. 

Conway Richard, mason, 7 Grant, h. do. 

Conway Wm., grocer, 109 Portland, house 
107 do. 

Conway Wm. Jr., clerk (26 Winter, B.). 
b. "l07 Portland [Gore 

Coogan Edward J., carpenter, 54 Camb., h. 

Coogan James Jr., at Cambridgeport Diary 
Co., b. 10 Hastings 

Coogan John T., letter-carrier, P. O. 611 
Main, rms. 240 Harvard 

Coogan Martin, provisions, 110-112 Har- 
vard, b. 70 Hastings 
COOGAN MICHAEL- B„ lawyer 
(68 Cornhill, B.), h. 402 Main 

Coogan Nellie M. Miss, b. 70 Hastings 

Cook A. L., blacksmith, 29 Main, h. at Bos- 
ton 

Co.)k Catharine, wid., h. 41 Charles 

Cook Catherine, widow of William, house 
191^ North avenue 

Cook Charles, salesman (B.), b. 59 Gore 

Cook Cyrus J., carpenter, h. 54 Putnam av. 

Cook Edward, shipper, 13 Broadway, b. 28 
C ark [Arlington 

Cook Edward H., clerk, 81 Bridge, h. at 

Cook Ephraim, h. 59 Gore 

Cook George R., clerk (42 Commercial, 
B.), b. 80 Magazine 

Cook II. C, mason, b. 387 Main 

Cook IT. J,, roller maker, 308 Main 

Cook Horace M., clerk G27 Main, b. 56£ 
Green 

Cook Isaac K., carpenter, h. 19 Franklin 

Cook John, house 46 Clark 

Cook John B., cattle dealer, h. Davenport 

Cook John F., cabinet maker, h. 192 Nor- 
folk 

Cook John M., carpenter, bds. 1 Blanche 

Cook John R., wood worker, State, cor, 
Osborn, h. 14 Blanche 

Cook John T., teamster Lyceum Exchange. 
Harvard square, h. 46 Pine 

COOK I OS I A El W., president Cam- 
bridge Fire Ins. Co , 555 Main, house 
, 96 Auburn [B)., h. 8 Tufts 

Took Lewis J., organ regulator (Wareham, 
Cook Lowell M., organ tuner. 162 Broad- 
way, h 471 Main [3(! Brookline 
Cook Mary T., widow of Charles A., house 
Cook Thomas, teamster, 13 Broadway, bds. 

46 Clark 
Cook Timothy 
Cook William 



house 563 Main 
cutter American Rubber Co. 
Cook Wm., asst. professor of German, H. 

U.. house 25 Appleton 
Cook W. II., baker. 502 Main [do. 

Cooke E. Ward, dentist, 104 Cambridge, h. 
Cooke Henry, fish cutter, house 20 Prince 



Cooke Josiah P., Erving Professor of 

Chemistry and Mineralogy and Direc- 
tor of the Chemical Laboratory, H. U., 

house 25 Quincy 
Cooke L. Fred, supt. 169 Gore, h. at Boston 
Cooke, see Cook [92 Banks 

Coolbroth Edward N., joiner, 34 Mill, h. 
Cooley Albert L., furniture (40 Lancaster, 

B.), house 91 Magazine 
Cooley Chas. A., furniture (40 Lancaster, 

B.). h. 91 Magazine 
Cooley Edward L., clerk, 515 Washington, 

B.),lxb. 91 Magazine 
Cooley George P., clerk, (52 State, B.), 

bds. 91 Magazine 
Cooley Levi Jr., china decorator (Porcelain 

place, B.), house 120 Prospect 
Coolidge Arthur F., bookkeeper Joseph G, 

Coolidge, Coolidge av., bds. do. 
Coolidge Charles, printer Riverside Press, 

house 56 Auburn 
Coolidge Chas. E., plumber, b. 223 Harvard 
Coolidge Chas. F., clerk Riverside Press,, 

house 176 Putnam avenue 
Coolidge Chas. IL, house 14 Wallace 
Coolidge Daniel S., reed-board maker, 162 

Broadway, house 9 River 
Coolidge Edward J., foreman Joseph G., 

Coolidge, Coolidge av., bds. do. 
Coolidge Flavel. house 48 Trowbridge 
Coolidge Franklin J., brakeman F. R. R., 

bouse 2 Suffolk [h. 223 Harvard 

Coolidge George H., gluer, 1<>2 Broadway, 
Coolidge George H., plumber, h. 61 Frank- 
lin [Brewster placi 
Coolidge James I. T., clergyman, h. 11 
Coolidge John, carpenter, 195 Broadway, 

house 14 Myrtle place 
Coolidge John F., express, 195 Broadway, 

and (2b' Devonshire, B.), h. 3 Columbia 
Coolidge Joseph A. prof. (Mt. Pleasant, 

Penn.), bds. Joseph G. Coolidge's, 

Coolidge avenue 
Coolidge Jose h G. , farmer, gardener, 

milkman and florist, Coolidge av. , n. 

Mt. Auburn, house do. 
Coolidge Mary A., widow of Charles, house 

13 Walden 
Coolidge Mary B. Miss, bds. 17 Nit. Auburn 
Coolidge Susan G. Mrs., house 75.S Main 
Coombs Burton, carpenter, house 95 Gore 
Coombs Harry G,, clerk Porter's Hotel, h. 

at Somerville 
Coombs, see Combs [4G William 

Coon Floyd C, clerk, (28 State, B.), bds. 

COON HOWARD, mason and con- 
tractor (Pemberton square, B.), bds. 
46 William 
Coon James Mrs., house 46 William 
Coon John J., mason and contractor (17 

Pemberton square, B.), h. 9 Cottage 
Coon John S., mechanical engineer, 604 
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COON ROUIER G., mason, h. 74 
Allston 
Cooney Edward, spring maker, b. 17 Flagg 
Cooney Edward J., clerk, 17 Brattle, bds. 

02 Charles river 
Cooney Edward J., cabinet maker, house 

DeWolf , opp. Stickney's lumber yard 
Cooney Joseph, machinist, house 17 Flagg 
Coone\ r John, hostler, h. Elm, cor. Russell 
Cooney John G., printer University Press, 

bds. 17 Flagg 
Cooney Michael, cooper, bds. 17 Flagg 
Cooney Michael, laborer, house 9 Carson 
Cooney P. H., asst. district attorney, office 

Court House, Third, h. at Natick 
Cooper Almond F., pres. and treas. Boston 

Standard Car Wheel Co., 21 Hamp- 
shire, bds. Prospect House 
Cooper Caroline L. F. Mrs., h. 84 Green 
Cooper Charles, bookbinder (B.), bds. 24 

Plvmouth [15£ Cottage 

Cooper Charles H., clerk (P. ()., B.), bds. 
Cooper Cornelius, horse dealer, h. 2 Harrison 
Cooper James, carpenter, h. 2 Seventh 
.Cooper James J., cooper, bds. 2 Seventh 
Cooper James W., foreman oil refiners, 1G9 

Gore, h. 186 do. 
Cooper Joel, cigar maker, h. 8 Decatur 
Cooper John, cooper, bds. 2 Seventh 
Cooper John, salesman (47 Commercial, 

B.),h. r. 144 Thorndike 
Cooper John T., cooper, house 2 Seventh 
Cooper John J., printer Riverside Press, 

h. 13 Hamilton . [Plymouth 

Cooper Margaret, widow of Wm., house 23 
Cooper Mary, widow of David, house 13 

Hamilton 
Cooper Mary, widow of Wm., h. 40 River 
Cooper Watson, cook, h. 70 Harvard 
Cooper Wm., boiler maker, 92 Main, bds. 

24 Plymouth [h. 10 Mfth 

Cooter Wm. P., coppersmith (03 Pitts, B.), 
Copeland D. John C, driver Camb. R Co., 

h. 7 King place 
Copeland Elizabeth J. Mrs., nurse, b. 127 

Harvard 
Copeland Francis, retoucher of pictures, 

b. 25 Sacramento 
Copeland George H.Mrs., h. 12 Winsor 
Copeland J. G.^ widow of R. M., h. 121 Ox- 
ford 
Copeland J. Horace, carpenter (140 Mt. 

Vernon, B.), house 51 Elm 
Copeland Maria B., widow of George H., h. 

12 Winsor 
Copeland Silas, carpenter, b. 44 Boylston 
Copeland William E., b. 12 Winsor 
Copey Carl, wood carver (B.),h. 05 Spring 
Copithorne John, b. 40 Union 
Copithorne John T.,mnfr. plumbers' round 

traps, h. 22 River 
Copithorne Matthew Mrs., h. 40 Union 
Copithorne Richard M., bookbinder, h. 39 

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Copp John C, bookbinder, b. 59 Green 
Copplestone Ann, widow of Richard, h. r. 

140 Garden 
Coppenrath Fred E., upholsterer (B.), b. 

Jacob Coppenrath's, Eighth 
Coppenrath Jacob, finisher, 44 Cambridge, 

h. Eighth, n. Spring 
Corbellis James F. .grocer, 84 Third, h. do. 
Corbett Augustus O., agent (B.), and lodg- 
ing house, 13 Kirkland place 
Corbett Daniel, foreman of coopers, 109 

Gore, h. 12 Squire's court 
Corbett David, printer b. 29 Holyoke 
Corbett George W., horse- shoer, r. Porter's 
Hotel, 185 North avenue, h. 44 Cogs- 
well av. [Harrison 
Corbett James, blacksmith (B.), bds. 14 
Corbett John, foreman of yard, 113 Broad- 
way, h. 108 Washington 
Corbett John, shade-painter, 15 Blanche, h. 

01 Brookline 
Corbett Michael, gardener (S. R. Payson, 
Belmont) ,b. Michael Kelley's, Cushing 
Corbett Michael F., gateman, B. & L. R. 

shop, h. 30 Second 
Corbett Robert S., carpenter, b. 9 Norfolk 
Corbett Solomon, carpenter, b. 9 Norfolk 
Corbett Walter B., tinsmith, 153 Putnam 

avenue, h. 23 Park 
Corbett Wm. J., wood carver, 44 Cam- 
bridge, b. 12 Squire's court 
Corbiel Camelle. polisher, h. 48 Spring 
Corcoran Cornelius, teamster, house 143 

Bridge 
Corcoran Daniel, laborer, b. 100 Franklin 
Corcoran Dennis, sergeant police, station 3, 

h. 118 Otis 
Corcoran Frank, electrotype finisher, Uni- 
versity Press, h. 1 Foster 
Corcoran James E., brushmaker, 124 Har- 
vard, h. 159 Columbia 
Corcoran James, E,, billiards, 15 Boylston, 

h. 1 Athens 
Corcoran Jeremiah, baker, 29 Banks, h. do. 
Corcoran John, h. 23 Pine 
Corcoran John, bookkeeper (B.), bds. 39 

Hudson 
Corcoran John F,, clerk (04 Wash., B.), 

h. 30 Market 
Corcoran John, bookbinder, Riverside 

Press, h. 109 Putnam avenue 
Corcoran John, blacksmith, house end of 

Bennet [Foster ' 

Corcoran John, at University Press, bds. 1 
Corcoran John H. (J. H. Corcoran & Co.), 
dry goods, etc., 587 Main, b. 109 Put- 
nam avenue 
Corcoran J. H. & Co. (John H. Corcoran), 

dry goods, 587 Main 
Corcoran Maria, widow, h. 30 Market 
Corcoran Michael, foreman press room, 
University Press, h. 37 Hudson 

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b. 100 Putnam avenue 
Corcoran Patrick, asst. janitor, Court 

House. Third, n. Charles 
Corcoran Patrick, watchman Cambridge R. 

Co., h. 66j Spruce 
Corcoran Robert, currier Muller Bros. 
Corcoran Timothy, police, ssation 1, h. 38 

Wintnrop 
Corcoran Timothy, shoemaker, h. 23 Bay 
Corev Amelia, b. 4G North ave. 
Corey Samuel J., traveling salesman (44 

Oliver. B.), h. 152 North avenue 
Corkery Dennis, stone-cutter, b. 39l£ 

Cambridge 
Corkery Dennis, machinist, h. 8 Camb. 
Corkery Dennis, laborer, 1G9 Gore, h. 131 

Spring [Cowperthwaite 

Corkery Dennis, teamster, 1GG River, h. 9 
Corkery Mary M., widow of Michael, h. 

134 Webster avenue 
Corkery Matthew, drain builder, 11 Wal- 
nut court, h. do. 
Corkery Maurice, laborer, h. 10(5 Kinniard 
Corkery Michnel. clerk, Cambridge, b. 124 

Webster avenue 
Corkery Michael, laborer, h. 19 Carson 
Corkery Patrick, laborer (52 Union, B.), 

b. 273 Camb. 
Corkery Patrick J., car inspector (Allston). 

h- G8 Waverley 
Corkery Timothy, laborer, b. 11 Walnut ct. 
Corkhill Edward, porter, house 4 Chestuut 

Park 
Corkum George R., carpenter, h. 28 Union 
Corlen Charles, slater, h. G Sands 
Corliss John, teamster, b. Ross House 
Corliss John S., printer, h G B ildwin pi. 
Corliss Walter A., cooper (Somerville), b. 

108 Cambridge 
Cormick Patrick H., stone-cutter, b. 7 

Maynard plaee 
Cormier Arthur H., pork, h. 443.^ Camb. 
Corm Natlianiel C, rec. ch rk B. & L. R. 

R. freight depot, h. 4G Fifth 
Cormier Eliza, widow, h. 177 Norfolk 
Corneli Paul, engineer, h. Harris, n. Som- 
erville line 
Cornelius Lydia F., widow of Elias, house 

Hawtnorne, c. Acacia 
Cornell John, teamster. Richardson & Ba- 
con, h. 7 Cowperthwaite 
Cornish Henry C, laborer, \\. 88 Harvard 
Cornish Rose Mrs., b. 10G Austin 
Corrigan Tl os, hack driver, h. 44 DeWolf 
Corrow Joseph, laborer, h. 77 Spruce 
Corrow Thomas, laborer, bds. 77 Spruce 
Cosgrove Andrew, laborer, h. 120 Fourth 
Cosgrove Charles M. (clerk B.), h. Elm 

near Beach 
Cosgrove D. T., conductor Camb. R. Co. 
Cosgrove Janew. of Thomas, h. 20 Donnell 
Cosgrove Thomas F., grocer, 79 Concord 

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Cosgrove T. F., conductor Camb. R. Co. 
Coss David, laborer, h. 3 Gray pi. 
Cossette Joseph, currier, h. 152 Spruce 
Cossette, Philip, currier, h. 148 Spruce 
Costeller E Iward F.. florist, b. 15 Sparks pi. 
Costeller John, laborer, Camb. cemetery, 

bds 15 Sparks pi. [Sparks pi. 

Costeller Mary, widow of Edward, h. 15 
Costello Ann. widow, house 1G Hancock. 
Costello Charles, polisher, 139 Broadway, 

h. at Boston 
Costello Edward, gardner, h. 178 Franklin 
Costello Eliza, J., millinery, h. 117 Gore 
Costello Joaquin, hairdresser, 141 Main, 

bds 139 do. 
Costello John, tinsmith, h. 39 Charles 
Costello John, laborer, h. 1 Cowperthwaite 
Costello John, soapmaker, 184 Broadway, 

h. Ill Elm [lin 

Costello Martin, city laborer, bds 170 Frank- 
Costello Mary, widow of John, house 233 

Franklin 
Costello Mary, widow of Thomas, grocer, 

252 Franklin, house do. 
Costello Michael, engineer, Union Glass - 

Co., (Somerville), h. 117 Gore 
Costello Richard, gasman, h. 19 Flagg 
Costello Richard H., coachman, boards 233 

Franklin 
Costello William, at Union Glass Co. (Som- 
erville), bds. 117 Gore 
Cote Julien, laborer, h- 79 Spruce 
Cotter Cornelieus. laborer bds. 28 Carson 
Cotter Edward, engine cleaner, B. & L. R. 

R., bds. 1 Linehan block. Third 
Cotter Elizabeth. M. Miss, h. 10 Oxford 
Cotter Ellen, widow of Thomas, house 29 

Cowperthwaite 
Cotter Hannah J. Miss, bds. 40 Cotter 
Cotter John, gasman, McLean Asylum, 

( Somerville), h. 24 Sixth 
Cotter John, gardner, h. 35 Baldwin 
Cotter Margaret, widow of Joseph, h. 1 

Linehan block. Third 
Cotter Maurice, action maker, 139 Broad- 
way, h. at Somerville 
Cotter Morris, gate-tender, B. & L. R.R., 

h. rear 83 bridge 
Cotter Peter, gate-tender, B. & L. R. R., 

h. 8 Cambridge [Baldwin 

Cotter Richard, kitchen furn. goods bds. 35 
Cotter Thomas, engine cleaner. R. & L. R. 

R., bds. 1 Linehan block, Third 
Cotting Henrietta, widow of Edward P., 

h. 12 Norfolk [Magazine 

Cotton Eloise A., wid. of Warren, h. 52 
Cotton H. Norman, stationery (24 Milk, 

B.), h. 23 Clinton 
Cotton Irving, W., bookkeeper (24 Milk, 

B.), boards 23 Clinton 
Cotton Susan G-, widow of Solomon, h. 27 

Shephard 
Couch John (Denyven & Couch), furniture 

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Couch John R., h. 52 Pine 

Couchon Hippolyte. carver, h. 24 Vine 

Coughlan John, laborer, house Locust, n. 

Cashing 
Coughlan Julia, widow, h. 47 Banks 
Coughlan Thomas, conductor, Chas. R. St. 

R. Co. 
Coughlin Daniel, blower Union Glass Co., 

(Soraerville) h. 418 Court. 
Coughlin David, city lab., h. 1 Murdock 
Coughlin David W., sawyer, Woodbury 

building. Otis, h. 57 Elm 
Coughlin David F. jr., (206 State, B.), h. 

164 Hampshire 
Coughlin Dennis, furniture mover 87 Camb- 

bridge, h. 23 Fourth 
Coughlin Jere, driver 180 Norfolk, bds. do. 
Coughlin John, laborer, bds. 2 Ayers block, 

Third 
Coughlin John, laborer, h. 392^ Cambridge 
Coughlin John, laborer, h. 87 Harvard 
Coughlin John, laborer, h. 17 Jefferson 
Coughlin Michael, section man B. & L, R. 

R. Co boarding house 48 Winter 
Coughlin Owen, lab., 169 Gore bds. 5 Ninth 
Coughlin Patrick, cooper, (Chas'n, B.), h. 

3."> Jefferson [Third 

Coughlin Timothy, laborer, h. 2 Ayers blk. 
Coughlin Timothy, stainer, 203 Bridge, h. 

at Somerville [h. do. 

Coughlin Timothy, grocer, 1G Webster 
Coughlin William G. , wood-carver, h 

Webster av. 
Coulon Baptiste (Martin & Conlon) 

Chardon B., h. Munroe near Third 
Coulter Frank J., teamster, 113 Broadway, 

h. 4 Pioneer av. 
Coulter James, moulder H. M. Bird, Pel- 
ham, bds. 1GG Main [way 
Coulter John, police, station 1, h. 53 Broad- 
Coulter William, teamster, bds. 4 Pioneer 

avenue 
Counihan Edward, clerk (33 Summer, B.), 

house 5 Chestnut Park 
Counihan John, stone-cutter, Gore's wharf. 

h. 83 Charles [Third 

County Commissioners office, Court House 
Countv Treasurers office. Court House, 

Third 
Couture Joseph, brick maker, h. Clifton 
Coursey Mary, widow of Thomas, h. 22 

Decatur 
Coursey Mary E. Miss. bds. 22 Decatur 
Courtney David, machinist, (B.) bds. Thos. ; 

Courtney's, Eighth 
Courtney Jeremiah, laborer, bds. 189 Spruce 
Courtney Michael, laborer, (Jamaica ; 

Plain) h. 157 Winsor 
Courtney Thomt?s, city laborer, h. rear 

Eighth n. Spring 
Courtney Thomas, jr., teamster. 211 Bridge 
Courtney Thomas F., marble cutter (B.), ! 

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Oliver, B.) h. 174 Cambridge 
Coutts James A., traveling agent, (B.), 

15 School 
Coveney Frank, coat oiler, b. 253 Camb. 
Coveney H nnah Mrs., dressmaker. 

Winter, house do. [R., h. 184 Bridge 
Coveney Jeremiah, watchman B. & M. li. 
Coveney Jeremiah W., auctioneer, etc., 78 

Cambridge, house 44 Second 
Coven ?y John, teamster, 256 Bridge, house 

at Somerville 
Coveney John, switchman B. & L. R. R., 

house 4 Linehan's block. Third 
Coveney John W., undertaker, 193£ Camb., 

house 193 do. 
Coveney Joseph, carver, house 7 Eighth 
Coveney Win., coat oiler, h. 353 Camb. 
Coveney Wm. J., clerk (179 Broad, B.), 

house 34 Somerset 
Coveney John, lab., house 68 Spri g 
Coveney Darnel F., machinist, b. 68 Spring 
Cowan Bernard, lab., 184 Broadwav, house 

16 Market 

Cowan Dennis, rope maker, Montgomery, 

house Dudley, near do. [b. 1G Market 
Cowan Henry T., provisions. 217 Broadway 
Cowan M. Frank, driver Camb. R. Co.. h. 

134 River 
Cowan Thomas, h. 41 Webster av. 
Coward George, lab., bds. 12 Farwell place 
Cowdin Angeline B., widow of Levi F., 

house 28 Holyoke 
Cowdin Putnam F., machinist b. 28 Holyoke 
Cowdin Sarah A. widow of Robert, house 

1") Sr.cr.imento 
Cowdrey Willard J., sawyer (61 Haverhill, 

B.), house 72 Hampshire 
Cowec Frank, com. trav. (B.), house 142 

Washington 
Cowen Robert, supt. Boston Woven Hose 

Co., 174 Broadway, house 180 do. 
Cowhig Edward, lab., house 136 Bridge 
Cox Alex. P., driver Camb. R. Co., house 

Holworthy, near Belmont 
Cox Chas. A., painter. 153 Putnam avenue, 

house 80 Chestnut 
Cox Chas. P., pattern maker (164 High, B) 

house 31 Blackstone 
Cox Christopher, house 4 North 
Cox Elizabeth, widow of John. h. 4 Potter 
Cox Francis A., house 102 Green 
Cox Frank, lab., house 10 Harding 
Cox Frederick W.. printer, 531 Mair, bds. 

50 Prospect 
Cox Geo., printer. 531 Main h. 143 Columl i i 
Cox Geo. A., printer. 531 Main, b. 50 Pros- 

ect 
Cox George H., painter, rooms 38 Austin 
Cox George, 604 Main, house 2(5 Lee 
Cox Hannah, widow of Roger, house 29 

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Cox Henry, elk. (B.), bds. 143 Columbia 



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y Press, 531 Main, house 50 Prospect 
Cox James, porter (167 Congress, B.), 

house 30 Winsor 
Cox James, teamster, bds. 4 Potter 
Cox James H., printer, 531 Main, h. Front 
Cox John A., gardener, b. Wm. Cox's Hol- 
worthy [Prospect 
Cox John C, compositor, 531 Main, bds. 50 
Cox Owen, gasman, house 7 Cowperthwaite 
Cox Sarah, widow of Benjamin, house Hol- 
worthy, n. Mt. Auburn 
Cox Thomas B., bookbinder, house Hol- 
worthy, near Mt. Auburn 
Cox Thomas H., carpenter, h. 140 Columbia 
Cox Thomas R., printer, 531 Main, bds. 50 

Prospect 
Ccx Wm., ai repair shop Camb. R. Co., 
Dunster, house Holworthy, near Cor- 
lett school 
CoxWm., laborer, h. 112 Hampshire 
Cox Wm. F., printer, 531 Main, house 05 
Pearl [Holworthy 

Cox Wm. J., bookbinder, bds. Wm. Cox's, 
Coy Charles, machinist, house 51 Wright 
Coy Ella E. Miss, teacher Riverside prima- 
ry school, bds. 51 Wright 
Coy Florence J. Miss, compositor Univ. 

Press, bds. 51 Wright 
Coye E. Everett (48 Canal, B.), bds. 44 

Sacramento 
Coye Wm. J., furrier (130 Milk, B.), house 

44 Sacramento 
Coyle Andrew, teamster, bds. 48 Boylston 
Coyle Frank, lab., 160 Gore, h. 171 Winsor 
Coyle James, teamster (126 Atlantic avenue 

B.), house 117 Cambridge 
C >yle John, teamster, bds. 50 Boylston 
Coyle Margaret, widow of James, house r. 

125 Third 
Coyle Terrence, lab., house 85 Bolton 
Coyne John, currier, house 10 Peed 
Coyne Wm., tinsmith, house 54 Amory 
Crab ie Ann. widow of Miller, h. Elm 
Crafts Arthur C, tinman, 153 Putnam ave. 

house 158 do. 
Crafts John L., salesman 436 Harvard, bds. 
44 Mt. Auburn [r. 112 Magazine 

Crafts Mary E., widow of Geo. W., house 
Cragin John P., waiter, house 2 Jefferson 
Craig Henry A., machinist, 72 Main, house 

226 Third 
Craig J., driver Camb. R. Co. 
Craig Robert, horse dealer, house Holwor- 
thy, near Cor ett school 
Craisr Robert jr., at 105 Magazine, house 18 

Walnut court 
Craig Thomas A., horse dealer, bds. Robert 

Craig's, Holworthy 
Craig Wm., cooper, b. 550 Main 
Craig Wm. C carpenter, h. 12 Appian Way 
Craig Wm. J., carpenter, h. 45<s Cambridge 
Craiij Wm. J., p* inter, 10 Dunster, house 
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Craig William L., engineer (162 Columbus 
avenue, B.), h. 2 Burrage blk., Bristol 
Cram Charles N., action-maker, 113 Broad- 
way, house 16 Pleasant place 
Cram George W., house 83 Prospect 
Cram Hannah Mrs., boards 83 Prospect 
Cram Henry B., treasurer Bernstein Elec- 
tric Light Manufacturing Co. (64 
Equitable building, B.), K 83 Prospect 
Cranch Caroline A. Miss, artist,' Palmer, 

near Brattle, boards 27 Ellery 
Cranch Christopher P., artist, h. 27 Ellery 
Crandall David, engineer, b. 48 Broadway 
Crandall Edwin A., teamster (Boston), h. 

183 Cambridge 
Crandall J. Lyman, foreman (10 Custom 

House, Boston), house 80 Thorndike 
Crane Daniel H., cooper, boards 3 Andrew 
Crane Frank H., clerk, 153 Putnam avenue, 

rooms 58 Magazine 
Crane George I., baker, 15 River, h. 17 do. 
Crane Julia A. Miss, teacher Webster 

grammer school, boards 18 River 
Crane Luther, box-maker, 3 Hampshire, h. 

21 Pine 
Cranshaw George, boards 6 Harvard square 
Cranshaw John B., tinsmith, 1 Brewer's 

block, 6 Harvard square 
Crawford Charles, house Camden place 
Crawford Daniel, helper, 500£ Main, boards 

at Boston 
Crawford Edward, ice-man, house Go Elm 
Crawford George E., clerk J. H. Flagg 

(Watertown), rooms do., Cushing 
Crawford Henry, cabinet-maker, boards 

Elm, near Beech 

Crawford James (Clark & Crawford), 

plumber, 12 Harvard row, house 26 

Winthrop [cor. Dunster 

Crawford James, plumber, house Winthrop, 

Crawford James H., carpenter, house 107 

Pleasant 

Crawford John (Levi Hawkes & Co.), 

plumber, 500£ Main and (Hawkes & 

Crawford) (50 Howard, Boston), house 

06 Allston [Harvard 

Crawford Sarah, widow of John, house 49 

Creamer J., tinsmith, 502 Main 

Crean Peter, fruit-peddler, h. 150 Columbia 

Creed Charles H. r salesman (87 Court. B.), 

house Hotel Brooks [132 Spring 

Creed Joseph, brass-moulder, (Boston), h. 

Creeden Catherine Miss, house 3 Hannum's 

block, 114 Broadway 
Creeden Patrick, laborer, h. r. 131 Portland 
Creedon James, teamster, house 165 Otis 
Creelman Eben R., carpenter, rooms 489J 
Cambridge [h. 439£ Camb. 

Creelman Henry W., carriage-maker (B.), 
Creelman John I)., carpenter, rooms 430 i 
Cambridge [Milk, B.), h. 10 Boylston 
Crego John T., liquors (Federal, corner 
Creighton Catharine, widow of William, h. 
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Creighton Fred. W., clerk (B. & L. depot, 

Causeway, B >ston), house 53 Columbia 
Creighton Mary Anna, widow of Thomas, 

at N. E. Glass Co., house 210 Bridge 
CreightoD Patrick, laborer, 206 Broadway 
Crcighton William, glass-cutter N. E. Glass 

Works, North, boards 210 Bridge 
Crenan Patrick, laborer, boards 54 Ellery 
Cressey Henry E., p >rter (Nat. Bank Com., 

Boston), house 70 Webster avenue 
Crimmings Dennis, spring-grinder, 12 Gore, 

house do. 
Crimmings Julia F., grocer, 18 School, 

house do. [44 Kinnaird 

Crimmins Catherine, widow of John, house 
Crimmins John, moulder H. M. Bird's, Pel- 
ham, house at Somerville 
Crispin William, spring-winder, 36 Main, 

house at Chelsea [Norfolk ct. 

Critchelon Melissa, widow, house rear 1 
Croak Michael, stone-cutter J. Collins', 

Gore's wharf, house 9 Vine 
Crocker Elvira K., widow of Phineas A., h. 

273 North avenue 
Crocker George W., proof-render (24 

Franklin (Boston), house 95 Inman 
Crocker Grace D. Miss, music-teacher, h. 

2 William [h. 38 Erie 

Crocker John C. , die-maker, 163 Pleasant, 
Crocker Jolin 1)., plasterer, 548 Main, h. 

2 William 

Crocker John S., 414 Camb., bds. 5 Bristol 

CfttOCKER JOHN W., plasterer 
and stucco-worker, 548 Main, house 2 

William 
Crocker Nehemiah D., watchman, 162 

Broadway, hoi s? 259 Putnam avenue 
Crocker W. L., 162 Broadway, house 259 

Putnan avenue [h. 5 Bristol 

Crocker Winnifred S., widow of Charles, 
Cromartie H. A. Rev., pastor St. Paul's A. 

M. E. church, boards 13 Webster av. 
Crombie True, musician, house Emerson's 

block, Crescent avenue [36 Howard 
Cromwell Charles Albert, carpenter, house 
Cronan Daniel, laborer, house 236 Franklin 
Cronan John, iron-worker, house 11 Antrim 
Cronan Mary A., widow of Michael, house 

68 Putnam avenue 
Crone John, cutter American Rubber Co. 
Cronin Catherine, widow of Daniel, house 

3 Lechmere place 

Cronin Daniel, photographer (32 Hnyward 

place, Boston), boards 3 Bali win court 

Cronin David, grocer, 51 Washington, 

house do. 
Cronin Dennis, laborer, house Burns court 
Cronin Dennis, laborer, bds. 3 Baldwin ct. 
Cronin Edward, confectioner, 150 Broad- 
way .[tory, boards 434 Broadway. 
Cronin Edward J., at Dr. Thayer's labra 
Cronin Francis T., boards 434 Broadway 
Cronin John, currier, h. 3 Baldwin court 
Cronin John, laborer, house 5 Short 



Cronin John M., laborer, h. 9 Walnut ct. 
Cronin Mary A., widow of Timothy F., 

dressmaker, 434 Broadway, h. do. 
Cronin Patrick, laborer, h. 242 Franklin 
Cronin Patrick, laborer, h. 267 Cambridge 
Cronin Patrick, laborer, h. 17 Jefferson 
Cronin Timothy, carpenter, bds. 34 Hamp- 
shire [Third, h. 41 Flags 
Cronin Timothy, stone-cutter, Gore's wharf, 
Cronin Timothy A., organ varnisher, 162 

Broadway, h. 287 Cambridge 
Cronnan T. A., 162 Broadway, b. 287 Camb. 
Cronin, see Cronan, also Cronnan 
Crook Albert, confectioner, h. 38 School 
Crook George F., foreman University 

Press, h. 9 Remington 
Crook Robert, confectioner, h. 38 School 
Crooker Susan C, widow of John, h. 28 
Prospect [bds. 175 Putnam av. 

Cropper Robert B., clerk (83 Summer, J?.), 
Crosbie John, stucco worker, b. 41 Garden 
Crosby Addie Mrs., dressmaker, h. 77 Clark 
Crosby Alfred, stencil maker, h. 2 Walker's 
court [school, bds. 96 Magazine 

Crosby Alice K., teacher Webster grammar 
Crosby Austin R., salesman, (Beverly, cor. 

Travers. B.), h. 281 Pearl 
Crosby Charles E., carpenter, h. 77 Clark 
Crosby Eliza A. Mrs., h. 21 Sacramento 
Crosbv Frederick, produce (57 F. H. mar- 
ket, B.), house 128 Oxford [Park 
Crosby Henry J. (8 Mercantile, B.), h. 12 
Crobsy John, laborer C. W. W., house 243 

Franklin 
Crosby Joseph T., painter, h. 22 Wallace 
Crosby Melvin R., compositor, h. 71 Pleasant 
Crosby Michael, laborer, h. 243 Frankltn 
Crosby Peter, brushmaker, 124 Harvard, h. 

r. 15 Pine 
Crosby Thomas, brushmaker, 124 Harvard, 

CROSBY SYLVESTER S., 
watchmaker (421 Washington, B.), 
h. 21 Sacramento [house at Boston 

Crosby Thomas, gasman, h. 3 Grant 
Crosby Warren L., machinist, boards 22 
Wallace [Pleasant, h. 94 do. 

Croscombe Morley G., apothecary, 96 
Croscup C, conductor Camb. R, Co. 
Cross Carleton, house 29 Gore 
Cross Daniel W., pressman (54 Pearl, B.), 

bds. 82 Washington 
Cross Edw. S., clerk (Chambers, corner 

Green, B.), h. 66 Winter 
Cross George F., action maker, 113 Broad- 
way, bds. 82 Washington 
Cross George P., action maker, 113 Broad- 
way, house 251 do. 
Cross George W., engineer, h. 75 Fifth 
Cross Henry S., fruit dealer, h. 84 Spring 
Cross Joseph, house 63 Pleasant 
Cross Joseph H., wood moulder, bds. 61 
Hampshire [Main 

Cross Nancy II., widow of Timothy, h. 772 
Cross Phebe Mrs., nurse, h. 21 William 






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Cross William, house 100 Prospect 
Grossman Charles T., machinist (33 Hay- 
ward place, B.), bds. 28 Jay 
Grossman Edward L., house 28 Jay 
Grossman Frederick 13., painter, 460 Main, 

bds. 28 Jay 
Grossman Nancy, wid. of Lloyd, h. 28 Jay 
Croswell James G., asst. professor in Greek 
and Latin H. U., h. 19 Ash 

CROSWELL SIMON O., lawyer 
(10 Tremont, room 65, B.), h. 19 Ash 
Croswell Wm.., bookkeeper (77 Summer, 

B.), bds. 100 Prospect [rooms do. 

Crothers Andrew L. , clerk, 3 Inman sq., 
Grothers Charles E., salesman, 168 Gore, 

h. 22 Fifth [B.), h. 98 Spring 

Crothers i avid C, upholsterer '36 Charles, 
Crothers Frederick A., clerk, 168 Gore, b. 

87 Vine 
Crothers George E., peddler, bds. 87 Vine 
Crothers Wm. J., tin peddler, h. 87 Vine 
Grothers Wm. J. Jr., teamster, 169 Gore, 

house 59 Spring 
Grow Joanna, wid. of Wm., h. 102 Dublin 
Grow Patrick, laborer, bds. 104 Dublin 
Growdle J., expressman, Lyceum building, 

Harvard sq., bds. at Newton 
Crowe Joseph, saw filer, h. 414 Main 
Crowell Charles A., safemaker, 17 Main, h. 

at Boston [Elm, rms. 27 Broadway 
Crowell Geo. E., traveling salesman, 42 
Crowell Herbert E., bds. 39 Ash 
Crowell Thomas Henry, machinist (86 Bev- 
erly, B.), bds. 9 Ash 
Crowell Thomas Howes, foreman C. G. L. 

Co., 424 Harvard, h. 39 Ash 
Crowell Timothy, lumber (120 State, B.), 

house 34 Prospect [20 Cottage 

Crowell William H., machinist, 72 Main, b. 
Crowley Charles, house 115 Tremont 
Crowley Charles, driver Charles R. St. 11. 

Co. [Charles 

Crowley Clarence A., teamster, house 43 
Crowley Cornelius, laborer (6 Custom 

House, B.), h. 8 Mullin's ct. 
Crowley Cornelius, switchman B. & L. R. 

R., house 70 Spring 
Crowley Daniel J., glass finisher N. E. 

Glass Co., h. 94 Fourth 
Crowley David, section man B. & L. R. R., 

house 8 Short 
Crowley David, teamster, 71 Main, house 4 

Hannum's block, 114 Broadway 
Crowley Dennis, at Boston Bridge Works. 

Sixth, house 70 Spring 
Crowley Dennis, laborer, house 36 North 
Crowley Dennis J., printer University 

Press, house 2 South 
Crowley 1)., at 174 Broadway 
Crowley Edward F., iron moulder, bds. at 

( 'harlestown 
Crowley Ellen, wid. of John H..h. 95 Fifth 
Crowley Florence, lab., house 25£ Core 
Crowley Geo. A., printer, house 10 Warland 



Crowley James J., clerk (13 Doane, B.), b 

5 Conlan's court 
CroAvley Jeremiah, coachman, h. 10 Vine 
Crowley Jeremiah, shoemaker, house 223 

Franklin [Jackson 

Crowley Jere., lab., b. Margaret Crowley's 
Crowley Jeremiah, foreman of cellar, 169 

Gore, house 74 Spring 
Crowley John, lab., bds. 12 Fifth 
Crowley .John, lab., house 123 Third 
Crowley John, lab. Riverside Gil Works, 

bds. 8 Fifth [98 Vine 

Crowley John, planer, 162 Broadway, h. 
Crowley John J., teamster, h. 43 Charles 
Crowley John J., lab., house 123 Third 
Crowley Kearan F., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 6 De Wolf 
Crowley Margaret, widow of Jeremiah, h. 

Jackson 
Crowley Michael, wheelwright, h. 52 Fair- 
mont [Somerset 
Crowley Michael J., 153 Putnam av., h. 50 
Crowley Mary L. Miss, dry and fancy goods 

109 Fourth, house 70 Spring 
Crowley Patrick, gardener, 10 Linden, 

boards do. 
Crowley Patrick J., m older, h. 80 Boylstou 
Crowley Patrick, gardener, rooms 32 

Winthrop 
Crowley Pal rick J., machinist, h. 102 Inman 
Crowley T ra -thy, cooper, b. 151 Otis 
Crowley 1i nothy, coal and wood, 34 Gore, 

house 27 do. 
Crowley Timothy J., bds. 27 Gore 
Crowley Wm. A., printer. University Press 

boards 2 South 
Crozier Christopher, painter, h. r. 6 Lopez 
Cru John, showman, h. 4 Clifton 
Cruiksl a lk G( orge, roller, 126 Portland, 

house 56 Webster avenue 
Crump Wm. H., painter, h. 61 Market 
Cruser Wm., hairdresser, 4 Brat le, house 

Murnty 
Crutchman Charles, currier, Miiller Bros. 
Crystal Patrick, tanner, h. 42 Montgomery 
Cuddhy Annie S. Miss, dressmaker, 82 

Spring, house do. 
Cuddy Bridget, widow of John, house 157 

Columbia [157 Columbia 

Cuddy Edward, sawyer, 139 Broadway, bds 
Cuddy Thomas, liquors, 19 Lincoln, bds. 

157 Columbia [209 Franklin 

Cuenin Julius J., silver plater (B.), house 
Cuffee James, gardener, h. 34 Spring 
Culberwell Wm., boiler maker, 92 Main 
Cull ane Daniel, lab., h. 49 Flagg 
Culhane Daniel, lab., h. 9 Foster place 
Culhane Daniel F., marble worker R. L. 

Sands, bds. 9 Foster place 
Culhan > Edward J., hostler, Charles River 

St. Railway Co., bds. 9 Foster place 
Culhane Edward, foreman 386 Main, house 

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Culhane Garrett T. J., clerk (33 Summer, 

13.), house lG-t Norfolk 
Culhane James, lab., house 20 Flagg 
Culhane James, lab., house 36 Banks 
Culhane James J., lab., bds. 13 Flagg 
Culhane John, hostler, 120 Green, bds. 19 

Bay 
Culhane John T , gasman, h. 18 Flagg 
Culhane John W., teamster, h. 104 Norfolk 
Culhane Michael, lab., house 49 Flagg 
Culhane Michael, Lab., house 19 Bay 
Culhane Patrick, liquors, 27 Flagg, h. 13 do 
Culhane Wm. 11., clerk, 27 Flagg, b. L3 do 
Cullen Bridget Mrs., liquors, 321 Camb., 

house do. 
Cullen James, lab., bds. 34 Wash. 
Cullen John, showman, house 59 Spring 
Cullen John, machine lu.n 1, 102 Cr Midway, 

house r. 29 Harvard 
Cullen John P., provisions (113 Camb.. B.) 

house 102 Columbia 
Cullinah Mary Mrs., variety store, 131 

Hampshire, house do. 
Culiis John, lab.. Cambridge cemetery 
Culliton Bernard, cooper, bds. 21 Willow 
Culliton James, barrel dealer, 21 Willow. 

house do. 
Culliton James jr., lab., b. 21 Willow 
Culliton John F., lab. Soitwell's distillery 

house 40 Willow 
Cullity llanora. widow, h. 2 Jefferson 
Cullity Patrick, lab., 109 Gore, bds. 2 Jef- 
ferson 
Culverwell Mary A. Mrs., h. G Cottage ct. 
Gulverwell Wm., machinist. !»2 Main 
Cumine Win., glass silverer (28 Oak, B.), 

bds. 87 Washington 
Cumings Cecil H. elk. (01 F. H. mkt., B.), 

bds. 135 Oxford 
Cumings Chas. F., clerk (B.), bds. 12 

Appian Way [135 Oxford 

Cumings (ha-. II., clerk (27 Winter, B.), h 
Cumings Thomas, bds. 135 Oxford 
Cummings Catherine, widow of Gilbert, h. 

79 Auburn 
Cummings Chas. Franklin, clerk (451 

Washington, B.), bds. 2 Oak 
Cummings Chas. H,. flour (20 Commerce, 

B.), house 714 Main 
Cummings Chas. P., salesman (53 Franklin 

B.). boards 82 Otis 
Cummings Chas. P., printer Riverside 

Press, house 154 Green 
Cummings Daniel P. (Chaffee & Cum- 
mings), charcoal, Brid e, junction 

Camb., house 82 Otis 
Cummings Edwin, furniture finisher, house 

Hotel Brooks [Shepard 

Cummings Harriet E. Mrs., nurse, bds. 14 
Cummings Hobart W.. pressman (13 Otis, 

B-), house Hotel Brooks 
Cummings James, teamster, John Reardon 

& Sons, house r. of Hamilton 



Cummings James H., baggage-master, E. 

R. R. (East Somerville), b. 2 Oak 
Cummings James F.. iron worker Boston 

Bridge Works, h. r. 08 Gore 
Cummings James M., h. 2 Oak 
Cummings John, laborer Cambridge Wa- 
ter Works, h. 32 Auburn 
Cummings, Kenney & Co. (Nathaniel Cum- 
mings, John Kenney and Robert W. 

McNinch), lumber. Bridge, oip^site 

Prison Point and (17 Wareham, B.) 
Cummings Lila Mrs., h. 13 Pine 
Cummings Mary F., widow of Calvin, h. 

12 Appian way 
Cummings Michael, tinsmith, b. 329 Main 
Cummings Nathaniel (Cummings, Kenney 

& Co.), lumber, Bridge, opp. Prison 

Point, h. at Boston 
Cummings Richard J. I., compositor, bds. 

154 Green 
Cummings Theron J., intelligence office (1 

Cambridge, B.),h. 37 Trowbridge 
Cummings Thomas, marble cutter (B. ), h. 

44 Bolton [Appian way 

Cummings William F., clerk (B.), b. 12 
Cummings, see Comings 
Cummiskey Michael, boots and shoes (58 

Merrimac, B.), h. 178 Cambridge 
Cummiskey Thomas, painter, b. 115 Elm 
Cunard Arthur N.. asst. engineer, 102 

Broadway, h. 17 Tremont 
Cunard Susan, widow, h. 17 Tremont 
Cunard Thomas L., sand paperer, 102 

Broadway, h. 17 Tremont 
Cunho Daniel C, hairdresser (Boston), h. 

20 Spring 
Cunio Anthonv, dining-room (19 School, 

B.), h. 10* Pleasant 
Cunio John A., special police, bds. 16 

Pleasant [rms. 5 South 

Cunningham A., driver, Camb. R. Co., 
Cunningham Bridget Mrs., h. 32 Harvard 
Cunningham Bryne, laborer, b. 11 Dins- 
more court 
Cunningham Dennis F., conductor Camb. 

R. Co. k b. 145 Franklin [Franklin 

Cunningham Ellen, widow of James, h.145 
Cunningham Frank, laborer, house 72 

Hastings [Auburn 

Cunningham James, laborer, b. 249 Mt. 
Cunningham James, wood turner, 113 

Broadway, h. 45 Union 
Cunningham James, foreman steamer 2, 

h. Union 
Cunningham Jeremiah, iron moulder, 356 

Main, h. 23 Harrison 
Cunningham Johanna, widow of Patrick, 

h. 170 Franklin 
Cunningham John A., pressman (18 P. O. 

sq., B.), b. 145 Franklin 
Cunningham Mary, widow of William, h. 

41 Union [Concord avenue 

Cunningham Patrick, brick maker, h. 63 
Cunningham Philip, laborer, h. r. 53 Vine 



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Cunningham Robert, carpenter, 113 Broad- 
way, h. 81 do. 
Cunningham Thomas, boiler maker's help- 
er, h. 5 Baldwin place [Cuestnut Park 
Cunningham Thomas, tinsmith, house 5 
Cunningham Thomas E., physician, 518 

Main, h. do. 
Cunningham Win. J., sub carrier and 
clerk, P. O., 611 Main, b. 145 Franklin 
Cunnington Henry J., baker, 502 Main, h. 

14 Brookline 
Curley James, mould maker N. E. Glass 
Co. [b. 34 Fairmont 

Curley John J., pressman Riverside press, 
Curley Lizzie, dressmaker, b. 22 Donnell 
Curley Michael J., cigar maker, 599 Main, 

h. 44^ Austin 
Curley Patrick J., contractor, h. 22 Donnell 
Curley Winnefred, widow of Martin, h. 22 

Donnell 
Curley, see Kirley 
Curran Catherine, widow of Philip, h. 11 

Eliot 
Curran Cornelius, laborer, h. 39 Hunting 
Curran Dennis, peddler, b. 39 Hunting 
Curran Ellen, widow of John, b. 100 Ellery 
Curran Geo., coffee peddler, h. 12 Warren 
Curran James, liquors (B.),h. 48 Harding 
Curran James H., shipper's agent, h. 11 

Eliot 
Curran James H., painter, b. 49 Banks 
Curran John, laborer, h. r. 18 Sparks 
Curran John F.. peddler, h. 24 Willow 
Curran John F., pressman University 

Press, h. 43 Sacramento 
Curran Joseph N., box-maker, Hazlett & 

Underbill, First, h- 171 Thorndike 
Currie Elizabeth F., widow, h. r. 57 Sixth 
Cuaran May Miss, h. 82 Chestnut 
Curran Michael, cutter, Amer. Rubber Co. 
Curran Michael, peddler, h. 39 Hunting 
Curran Peter, cooper, h. 6 Hunting 

Curran , fireman, 73 Boylston 

Currie Abram Y., carpenter, h. 17 Trow- 
bridge 
Currie Annie Miss, bread store, 119£ Cam- 
bridge, h. 23 Fifth 
Currie Herbert D., dental student, 613 

Main, b. 11 Fairmont ave. 
Currie Llewellyn, confectioner, bds. 57 

Sixth 
Currie Lionel R., wood turner, b. 57 Sixth 
Currie Willard A., dentist, 613 Main, h. 11 

Fairmont avenue 
Currie, see Curry 
Currier Albert, glass blower, N. E. glass 

works, Nor h 
Currier Arthur T., bookbinder (30 Frank- 
lin, B.), h. 127 Aubnrn 
Currier A. A. Mrs., h. 70 Prospect 
Currier George, organ-maker (B.), h. 1 

Green 
Currier J. O., printer University Press, r. 
48 Boylston 



Currier William E., clerk (P. O., B.), h. 
61 Pearl 

Currier Wm. P., h. 74 Pearl [shop 

Currill Joseph, watchman, B. & L. R. It. 

Curry Edward, butcher, h. 198 Camb. 

Curry Frances, harness maker, Camb. junc. 
Bridge, b. 71 Camb. 

Curry James, harness maker, Camb., junc. 
Bridge, h. at Somerville 

Curry John, stone-cu*ter, A. McDonald, b. 
Wm. Curry's, McDonald 

Curry John, granite cutter, A. McDonald, 
Mt. Auburn, b. McDonald 

Curry John, box maker, Hazlett & Under- 
wood, First 

Curry Patrick, butcher, b. 198 Camb. 

Curry Wm., blacksmith A. McDonald, Mt. 
Auburn, h. McDonald 

Curry, see Currie 

Curtin Cornelius, laborer, b. Cushing, near 
Cushing court 

Curtin Edward, laborer, h. rear 47 Vine 

Curtin James, teamster, 84 Bridge, h. 10 
Camb. 

Curtin James, laborer, h. 37 Wendell 

Curtin John, laborer, h. 6 Jackson 

Curtin Mary, widow or John, b. John Con- 
nelley's, Cushing, Court [Camb. 

Curtin Michael, teamster, 84 Bridge, h. 8 

Curtin Patrick, gardener Mt. Auburn ceme- 
tery, h. Cushing, c. Lawn 

Curtin Patrick, machinist (B.), h. 106 
Portland 

Curtin Thomas C, saloon, 75 Spruce, b. do. 

Curtin Wm., laborer, h. 75 Spruce 

Curtis Albert W., mason, basement, 216 
North avenue, h. 8 Avon hill 

Curtis Asbury C, grocer, 437 Camb.. house 
437£ do. 

Curtis Charles, carpenter, h. Groveland, 
2d from Spruce 

Curtis Charles H., traveling salesman, h. 
107 Ellery 

Curtis Francis J., glassmaker (So. Bos- 
ton), h. 20 Fourth 

Curtis Frank L., teamster (B.), h. 28 Eighth 

Curtis Fred F. , express driver, (52 Charles, 
B.), h. 95 Winsor 

Curtis Freeman, tinsmith, b. 129 Main 

Curtis Hannah, wid. of Thos., h. 20 Fourth 

Curtis Horace S., painter, 604 Main, h. 16 
Warland 

Curtis John B., glassmaker, h. 21 Fifth 

Curtis Levi, driver Charles R. St. R. Co., 
h. 150 Hampshire [Brattle 

Curtis Mary A. Miss, dressmaker, h. r. 39 

Curtis Mary E., dressmaker, r. 99 Brattle 

Curtis Richard W., teamster, 120 Hamp- 
shire, h. 175 Main [man 

Curtis Theodore, cabinet maker, h. Ill In- 

Curtis Theodore L. (Carle & Curtis), stair- 
builder, State, cor. Osborn, h. Ill In- 
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Curtis Thomas, mason (B.), h. 24 Carson 



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Gushing Charles C, b. 18 Wendell 
Cushing Clarence H., laborer, 120 Portland 

h. rear 27 Wjbster ave. 
Cushing Fred M., boxrnaker, 3 Hampshire, 

b. G(J Columbia 
Cushing Frederick B., machinist, 356 Main 

h. at So. Boston 
Cushing George, tailor (37 Temple place, 

B.), h. 59 Frost 
Cushing George W., printer (115 High, 

B.), b. 18 Wendell 
Cushing Henry E., laborer, h. Rogers ct. 
Cushing Henry G., sheriff, Court House, 

Third, h. at Lowell 
Cushing Joseph (J. Cushing & Co.), grain, 

Regent, h. at Fitchburg 
Cushing J. & Co. (Joseph Cushing), grain 

F. R. R. freight depot, foot Regent 
Cushing Orville, 126 Portland, h. 27 Web- 
ster avenue 
Cushing Sarah Miss, h. 18 Fairmont ave. 
Cushing Thomas, moulder, H. M. Bird, 

Pel ham, h. at Somerville 
Cushing Wallace, laborer, h. 66 Columbia 
Cushing Win., clergyman, h. 18 Wendell 
Cushing Wm. H., iron roller, 126 Portland 

b. 2 Berkshire 
Cushman Annie E., nurse, b. 12 Ash 
Cushman Charles A., student H. U., h. 801 

Main 
Cushman Charles F., clerk (52 Devonshire, 

B. ) , h. 9 Wallace 

CUSHUIAN BROS. & CO. 
(Charles H. and Fred H. Cushman), 
window shades and curtain fixture 
mnfrs., 368 Main and (84 Hawley, 
B.) 
Cushman Charles H. (Cushman Bros. & 

Co.), curtain fixture mnfrs., 368 Main, 

and (84 Hawley, B.), h. 31 Mt. Vernon 

B.) 
Cushman Emma Miss, telephone operator, 

623 Main, b. 4 Pine 
Cushman Fannie H. Mrs., h. 4 Pine 
Cushman Fred H. (Cushman Bros. & Co.), 

window shade mnfrs. 368 Main and (84 

Hawley, B.) h. (Hancock, B.) 
Cushman George W., gents' furnishing 

goods (9 Court, B.), b. 48 Concord av. 
Cushman Lilla Miss, telephone operator, 

623 Main, b. 4 Pine 
Cushman Margaret K., widow of Elkanah 

A., h. 48 Concord av. 
Cushman Moses E., real estate (209 Wash., 

room 10, B., h. 339 Broadway 
Cushman Susan E., wid. of Cephas, h. 9 

Wallace 
Cushman T. Alvah, driver bread wagon, 

180 North ave., b. 25 Wyeth 
Cushman Wm. A., b. 4 Pine 
Cusick Patrick, laborer, b. 82 Spring 
Cussett Joseph, currier, h. 152 Spruce ' 
Custer Fred, carriage trimmer, r. 10 Brat- 
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Cutler Arthur W., assistant at Observatory, 
h. Crescent, 1st on right from Oxford 

Cutler Chas. II.. letter carrier, Camb. P. 
O., 7 Harvard row, h. 99 Garden 

Cutler Curtis Mrs., h. 14 Kirkland place 

Cutler Edward H., com. mer. (69 Com- 
merce, B.), b. 40 Arlington 

Cutler Edwin B., shipper, 20 Albany, h. 83 
Auburn 

Cutler Esther, widow, h. 83£ Putnam ave. 

Cutler Frances M. Miss, h. 6 Pioneer av. 

Cutler Frank C, box maker, 3 Hampshire 

Cutler George H., carpenter, rear 7 Sum- 
ner, h. Crescent, 1st on right from Ox- 
ford 

Cutler George H., 2d, letter carrier (P. O. 
B.), b. G. H. Cutler's, Crescent 

Cutler Isaac Mrs., house 7 Sumner 

Cutler James E., house 40 Arlington 

Cutler Joseph, attorney (27 Tremont row, 
room 9, Boston), house 723 Cambridge 

Cutler Rufus, laborer, h. 11 Flagg-street ct. 

Cutler Virgil M., carpenter, house 83£ Put- 
nam avenue [lumbia 

Cutler William, teamster, boards 111 Co, 

Cutler W. James, clerk (69 Commerce, 
Boston), boards 40 Arlington 

Cutler William P., salesman (37 High- 
Boston), house 8 Rice 

Cutten Theodore H., jr., foreman Sortwell 

6 Co., Distillhouse, boards 107 Inman 
Cutter Annie, widow of James, house Cres- 
cent avenue, opposite pottery 

Cutter Charles H., engineer A. H. Hews & 

Co., house Crescent av., opp. pottery 
Cutter Charles S., clerk (71 Bedford, B.), 

boards 42 Austin [way 

Cutter Eugene, action-maker, 113 Broad- 
Cutter E. J. Mrs., nurse, house 42 Austin 
Cutter Frank L., painter B. & A. R.R., b. 

22 Cherry 
Cutter Frederick S., school-supply agent, 

office Central Square building, Western 

avenue, boards 273 Harvard 
Cutter George H., cutter (6 Chauncy, B.), 

boards 7 Hancock place 
Cutter Harry E., dental student, 432 Har- 
vard, boards 273 do. [b. 35 Linnaean 
Cutter Henry O. (clerk 5 Tremont, B.), 
Cutter Horace E., piano-action maker, 113 

Broadway, boards 22 Cherry 
Cutter James H. (James H. Cutter & Co.), 

ice-tool manufacturers, h. 164 North av. 
Cutter James H. & Co. (James H. Cutter), 

ice-tool manufacturers, 168 North av. 
Cutter Laura J., widow of George W., h. 

7 Hancock place 

Cutter Leander, varnisher B. & A. R. R., 
house 22 Cherry [Harvard 

Cutter Louisa, widow of Abel R., house 273 
Cutter "Mary J., wid. of Peter, h. 50 River 
Cutter Stephen B., carpenter, h. 42 Austin 
Cutter Susan, widow of Asa, house 166 
North avenue [Main, h. 578^ do. 

Cutter Walter, letter-carrier, P. O., 611 



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Cutter Warren, trader, h. foot of Davenport 
Cutter Watson G. (J. Winnett & Co.), real 

estate, 623 Main and (5 Tremont, B.), 

house 35 Linnaean 
Cutting Charles H., house 92 Winsor 
Cutting Edwin A., traveling salesman (61 

Oliver, Boston), boards 69 Magazine 
Cutting Eliza M., widow of Hiram, house 

736" Main 
Cutting George A., clerk, rooms 471 Main 
Cutting Gilbert, piano-tuner, h. 23 Warland 
Cutting (Gilbert E., piano-tuner, house 23 

Warland 
Cutting Henry, house 92 Winsor [Austin 
Cutting Hiram, clerk, G10 Main, boards 144 
Cutting Eouis W., book-keeper, 153 Putnam 

avenue, boards 736 Main [144 Austin 
Cutting Samuel H., clerk, 609 Main, boards 
Cyr Ellen M., teacher Holmes primary 

Bchool, boards 10 Mellen 
Cyr Lucy E. Miss, teacher Lowell primary 

school, boards 10 Mellen 

DACET DANIEL, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 

14 MeCabe 
Dacey Thomas, laborer, house 80£ Green 
Daeie William, laborer, house 12 Short 
Dacy Patrick J., boarding-house, 28 Fourth 
Dadman Charles R., lumber-inspector, 13 

Broadway, boards Boss House 
Dagan Patrick, at J. P. Squire's, house 

Fourth, rear 191 Hampshire 
Daggett Freeman L. Mrs., house 51 Essex 
Daggett R. C. Mrs., house 31 Clark 
Dahl John. Baasage-maker, 1G9 Gore, house 

10 Seventh » 

Dahl. see Dall 
Dahlgren O., mechanical-engineer, 604 

Main, boards 26 William [h. 193 do. 
Dahlstrom Frank L.. painter, 17 Main, 
Dailey Charles, ice-man, house 49 Willow 
Dailey Charles W.. livery-stable, 43 Cam- 
bridge, house 107 Otis [Norfolk 
Dailey Dennis M., carpenter, house 169 
Dailey Edward, boot-maker, American 

Rubber Co. [Co., b. 125 Pearl 

Dailey Hugh, driver Cambridge Railway 
Dailey Mary E., widow of William, house 

768 Main [way Co., h. 125 Pearl 

Dailey Michael J., driver Cambridge Rail- 
Dailey Patrick, laborer, house 28 Harvard 
Dailey Thomas J., peddler, house 48 Pine 
Dailey William, teamster, b. 4 Pioneer av, 
Dailey William II., machinist, 92 Main 
Daily Alice L., teacher Putnam grammar 

school, boards 77 Thorndike 
Daily Clarence E., clerk, b. 77 Thorndike 
Daily Crimson (The), 438 Harvard 
Daily Dennis, laborer, house 360 Broadway 
Daily Eugene J., porter (Boston), h. 5 Vine 
Daily Hannah J., widow of Michael, house 

Charles, east of Third 
Daily dames J., oil-hat maker, house 

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Daily Jeremiah, laborer, house 49 Amory 
Daily John, at H. M. Sawyer's. Thorndike, 

boards foot of Charles 
Dailv Owen, laborer, house rear 42 Vine 
Daily Uriah J., house 77 Thorndike 
Daily William II.. boiler-maker, b. 42 Vine 
Daily William K., salesman, boards Hannah 

J. Daily's, Charles 
Daily see Dailey, Daley, also Daly 
Daisy Edward, potter, h. 9 Lawrence 
Daisy Edward J., sawyer, h. 9 Lawrence 
Daisy John H.. planer, h. 11 Lawrence 
Daisy Joseph L. , planer, bds 9 Lawrence 
Daisy Thomas H., carpenter, h. 80^ Green 
Daisy William, shade maker, 15 Blanche, 

h. at Boston 
Dakin Arthur, armorer. Boylston Ball (645 

Washington, B..) h. 56 Columbia 
Dakin Bertha. M. Miss, copyist, Otis cor. 

Second, h. 56 Columbia 
Dale Edward D., engineer H. U., bds. 64 

Gore [Gore 

Dale George, clerk, 124 Cambridge, h. 64 
Dale George H., h. 87 Plymouth 
Dale Lorenzo H., driver hose Xo. 3, h. 94 

Gore [59 Winter 

Dale Thomas J., fish market. 124 Camb., h. 
Dale William W., watchman (Tremont 

Temple, B.), h. 51 Crescent 
Daley Ann, wid. of James, h. 93 Tremont 
Daley Daniel, laborer, h. 40 Jefferson 
Daley Daniel, printer, University Press, h. 

4 Kinnaird 

Daley , ware dresser, 356 Main 

Daley James, at 220 Portland 

Daley James E.. painter, bds. 93 Tremont 

Daley John, laborer, h. 52 Charles 

Daley John, laborer, h. 45 Banks 

Daley John, laborer, 91 Broadway, h. 

259 do. [MeCabe 

Daley John F., teamster, 169 Gore, h. 18 
Daley John S., bookbinder, h. 16£ Mill 
Daley Mary A., widow, h. 117 Spring 
Daley Michael, laborer, h. 208 Franklin 
Daley Patrick, laborer, bds 54 Winter 
Daley Thomas, teamster, h. 129 Third 
Daley Thomas, iron worker, h. 259 Broad- 

way 
Daley William, laborer, h. 3 Jackson 
Daley, see Dailey, Daily, also Daly 
Dalkie Charles, machinist, h. at Somerville 
Dakin Edgar W., book-keeper. (B.). h. 59 

Columbia [Somerville 

Dakin Charles, machinist. 454 Main. h. at 
Dallinger Charles, hatter, h. 97 Western av. 
Dallinger Elizabeth E.. Miss, teacher 

Bridge primary school, h. 750 Main 
Dallinger Emily C. Miss, teacher Bridge 

primary school, bds. 97 Western av. 
Dallinger Frank W.. storage (121 Broad, 

B.), h. 91 Inman 
Dallinger William Mrs., h. 91 Inman 
Dallinger Win. W. city trcas., office City 

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Dall Andrew, carver, bds. 77 Spring 
Pall Geo., carver, bds. 77 Spring 
Dall Sophia, widow, h. 77 Spring 
Dall William, shade maker 15 Blanche, 

40 Chestnut 
Dall see Dahl 
Dalton Abby W"., widow of John R., nurse, 

h. 16 Cogswell avenue 
Dalton Andrew, laborer, 18 Broadway, 
bds.. 52 do. [44 Austin 

Dalton Charles C. foreman, 368 Main, bds. I 
Dalton Christopher, engine cleaner, B. & 

L. R. R. round house, h. 40 Winter 
Dalton Etta Miss, packer 31 Elm, bds. at E. 

Cambridge 
Dalton Frank B., cigar maker, 175 Cam- 
bridge, bds 40 "Winter 
Dalton James, h. 140 Pearl 
Dalton James F.. foreman, 169 Gore, h. 17 

Squire's court 
Dalton John. h. 21 Hamilton 
Dalton Joseph, laborer, 182 Broadway, bds. 
52 do. [17 Squires block, Gore 

Dalton Lizzie Miss, clerk 112 Camb.. bds. 
Dalton Mary E., widow of Joseph, h. 080 
Main [station 2, h. 99 Green 

Dalton Michael A., inspector of police. 
Daly Catherine, wid. of John J., h. 105 
Kinnaird [Otis n. Ninth 

Daly Daniel, hack stable, 38 Jefferson, h. 
Daly Daniel, hackman. h. 11 Ninth 
Daly Daniel W. electrotyper University 

Press. ti. 3 Fallon Place 
Daly Edward, engineer, h. 4r Gray place 
Daly Hugh. 77 Main, bds. at Boston 
Daly James H., mason, h. 188 Harvard 
Daly John, carriage painter, 270 North av. 

h. Rice 
Daly John at 102 Broadway, h. 28 Harvard 
Daly John E.. tinsmith, h. 123 Auburn 
Daly John E. compositor, bds. 13 Hancock 
Daly John F.. brass finisher (33 Bowker. 

B.), h. G8 Broadway 
Daly Michael, boots and shoes, 410 Cam- 
bridge, h. do 
Daly Michael, at 102 Broadway, h. Cushing 
Daiy Michael, laborer, h. Fourth 
Daly Michael, sawyer 
John Kelley's ct., 
Daly Sarah, wid. of 

Hancock 
Daly Sarah B., widow of John J, 
Daly, see Dailey, Daley also Daily 
Dalzell John W., private tutor, boards 18 

Appian way 
Dam Charles O., (clerk 30 Lincoln, B.). 

beta 297 Broadway 

Dam William H.. travelling salesman (25 

Central wharf B.), bds 297 Broadway 

Dammery John, carpenter, 7 Western av., 

h. 115 do. [av. 

Damon Alonzo G., iceman, h. 193£ North 

Damon A. R., broker (82 Devonshire, B.), 

h. 40 North av. 



, 102 Broadway, bds. 
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Cornelius, house 13 
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Damon Emily F., Miss, teacher Harvard 

grammar school, bds 24 Inman 
Damon Emma Miss, bds. 108 Norfolk 

DAMON GEORGE E., safe and 
iron works. 17 Main (104 to 110 Sud- 
bury B.), h. 338 Commonwealth av., 
Boston 
Damon Sarah, widow of Warren, carpet 

maker, h. 108 Norfolk 
Damon S. W. wid. of Joel, h. Austin place 
Dana Agnes A. L., wid. of Major, h. 02 

Brattle 
Dana Bridget, (Dana & Sheehan) dress- 
maker. 510 Main, bds 358 Broadway 
Dana Charles G., artist, b. 3 Fayerweather 
Dana Daniel, packer, (300 Washington B.), 

h. 368 Broadway 
Dana Hill Club Stable. W. Christie, supt., 

07 7 Main, corner Inman 
Dana John B. Mrs., h. 3 Fayerweather 
Dana & Sheehan (Bridget Dana and Annie 

Sheehan) dressmakers, 510 Mail 
Danahy John. clerk, OlOMain.h. 105 Franklin 
Danahy Mary Mis., h. 22 Green 
Dandridge Elizabeth M,. wid. of James H., 

h. rear 1 12 Columbia [Spruce 

Danehy Daniel P.. carriage painter, h. 132 
Danehy Thomas J., pump-maker, boards 15 

Sargent 
Danehy Timothy, house 15 Sargent 
Danehy Timothy, jr., express, order-box, 

224 North avenue, and (15 Blackstone, 

Boston), boards 15 Sargent 
Danforth Allen, bursar H. U., rooms 7 

Wadsworth House 
Danforth B. Otis, inspector Cambridge Gas 

Light Co., 424 Harvard, house 8 Bath 
Danforth Charles O., traveling salesman 

(Boston), boards 144 Austin 
Danforth Cyrus, house 9 Linden 
Danforth Frank N., traveling salesman. 150 

Broadway [35 Ash 

Danforth George O., painter. 5 Palmer, h. 
Danforth Hollis Mrs., house 92 Prospect 
Danforth Isaac W.. director Eagle National 

Bank (95 Milk. Boston), h. 25 Craigie 
r)anforth James L.. foreman. 5 Palmer, b. 

54 Mount Auburn 
Danforth Vespasian, visitor of the poor, 

Central Square building, Western av. . 

house 57 Auburn 
Daniel C. Julius, compositor Riverside 

Press, house 08 Pleasant 
Daniel Herman G., clerk, 123 Auburn, 

boards 08 Pleasant 
Daniel Natalie A. K. Miss, teacher of Ger- 
man, house 08 Pleasant 
Daniel Walter, dry goods. 13 River and 123 

Auburn, boards 08 Pleasant 
Daniels Annie E. Mrs., clerk Cambridge 

P. 0., Harvard row. h. at Lexington 
Daniels Arthur W., operator Cambridge 

Fire Alarm, at City building, Brattle 

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Daniels. Badger & Co. (Charles E. Daniels, 
William C. H. Badger and George F. 
Tyler), fur. i'ure mnfrs.. Woodbury's 
building, Otis (25 Sudbury. Boston) 

Daniels Carrie J. Miss, employment office 
(43 Winter, Boston), house 59 Walden 

Daniels Charles E, (Daniels, Badger & 
Co.), furniture manufacturers. Wood- 
bury's building, Otis, house at Boston 

Daniels Edwin A., machinist, 111 Gore, 
house do. [11 Jay 

Daniels Eliza C. Miss, dressmaker, house 

Daniels Ira T., machinist Fitchburg Rail- 
road (Boston), house 173 Cambridge 

Daniels J., at Cambridge Railway Co.'s re- 
pair-shop, Dunster 

Daniels Julius, house 68 Pleasant 

Daniels Lewis E., milk dealer, rooms 127 
Franklin 

Daniels Mary E.. widow of Leonard L., 
house 23 Hudson 

Daniels William B., student Harvard Uni- 
versity rooms 14 Ware 

D'Arcy John, accountant (518 Washington, 
Boston), house 15 Wyeth 

D'Arcy Patrick, book-gilder Riverside 
Press, house 2 Banks 

D'Arcy, see Dorsey 

Dardis John, city laborer, house 32 Banks 

Dardis John F., furniture-polisher, house 
508 Cambridge [193 Hampshire 

Dardis Thomas B., varnish-polisher, house 

Darling Albion, conductor Cambridge Rail- 
way Co., house 32 Mount Auburn 

Darling Charles P., book-keeper (228 
Causeway, Boston), house Lambert 
avenue, nearly opposite Walnut av. 

Darling Charles S., whip manufacturer, 112 
Main, house at Somerville [b. do. 

Darling Ella L. Miss, manager, 580 Main, 

Darling Henry AV., stationer, 15 Exchange 
(Boston), house 58 Fairmount 

Darling Jerome A., pressman Riverside 
Press, house 70 Allston 

Darling John R. , mason and saloon, 171 
Bridge, house 175 do. 

Darling Wm., whip mnfr. , 112 Main, h. do. 

Darnort J., machinist, 92 Main 

Dasnoit Joseph, boiler-maker, h. 33 Harvey 

Davenport Albert H., furniture mnfr., 44 
Cambridge, warerooms (96 and 98 
Washington, Boston), house at Maiden 

Davenport Albert J., baker, 502 Main, bds. 
559 do. [bds. 69 Washington 

Davenport Caroline, widow of William H., 

Davenport Charles F., house 402 Main 

Davenport Edward A. (Fresh Po:id Ice 
Co.), boards 8 Greenough avenue 

Davenport Jerome J., portrait-painter, h. 
27 Cambridge [253 North av. 

Davenport Mary A., widow of John, house 

Davenport Robert, harness-maker, 87 Main, 
house at Boston 

Davey Annie Mrs., house 111-i Inman 



David Frederick B., shipper (104 Pearl, 

Boston), boards 22 Avon [22 Avon 

David Lizzie W. Miss, mu ic-teaeher. bds. 

David Maria, widow of Samuel M., artist, 

house 22 Avon 
David Thomas, laborer, h. 305 Cambridge 
Davidson Edwin R., carpenter, house 52 

Putnam avenue 
Davidson George F. , student Harvard Uni- 
versity, rooms 20 Prescott 
Davidson John, painter, b. 13 Fairmont av. 
Davidson Joseph B., tinner, h. 262 Sidney 
Davidson Mary H. Mrs., house 15 Mellen 
Davidson Thomas D., student Harvard Uni- 
versity, rooms 20 Prescott 
Davidson William H. A., draughtsman (36 

Oliver, Boston), house 30 Mellen 
Davies Benjamin F., carpenter and builder 
Gore, n. Sixth, and ins. adjuster, 36 
Fifth, h. 137 Thorndike 
Davies Fred, bookkeeper (14 Summer, B.). 
house 91 Otis [B.), h. 26 Howard 

Davies Philip, city missionary (2021) Wash., 
Davies Richard J., tramway and refrigera- 
tor builder, (20 Creek sq., B.), bds. 26 
Howard 
Davies Susannah Mrs., house 26 Howard 
Davies Wm. H., machinist, bds. 2(5 Howard 
Davis Abner F., cooper, h. 15 Squire's ct. 
Davis A., printer University Press, 
Davis Anne, wid. of Eliphalet, h. 51 Cherry 
Davis Augusta A., officer House of Correc- 
tion, bds. Hotel Cambridge 
Davis A. F., driver Cambridge R. Co. • 
Davis Bros., wood and coal, also furniture 

movers, 119 Colnmbia 
Davis Catherine M., widow of Isaac, house 

7 Lamson place 
Davis Charles, cabinet maker, 139 Broad- 
way, h. r. 152 Prospect 
Davis Charles, carpenter, 113 Broadway 
Davis Chas. A., action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 52 Hamilton 
Davis Chas. D., clerk (65 Summer, B.), 

bds. 326 Broadway 
Davis Chas. E., bds. 52 Hamilton 
Davis Chas. F., gilder, 579 Main, bds. 36 

Howard 
Davis Chas. H. Mrs., house 38 Quincy 
Davis Chas. S., salesman (69 Summer, B.), 
bds. 101 Inman [way h. 70 Winsor 
Davis Chas. W., door maker, 113 Broad- 
Davis Chas. W. Mrs., boarding house, 28 
Seventh [28 Seventh 

Davis Chester M., cooper C. H. Xorth, bds. 
Davis Curtis (Curtis Davis & Co.), soap 
mnfr., 184 Broadway, and (136 State, 
B.), house 13 Bigelow 

DAVIS CURTIS & CO., (Curtis 
Davis and James Mellen), soap 
mnfrs., 184 Broadway, and (136 State, 
B.) [bds. 7 Lamson place 

Davis Daniel W., clerk. 184 Broadway, 
Davis David, glass cutter N. E. Glass Co. 



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Davis David W., peddler, h. 30 Willow 
Davis Edward, gilder (127 Treroont, B.), 

house 468 Cambridge 
Davis Edward, laborer, B. & L. R. R. shop 
Davis Edward, machinist, h. 83 Western av. 
Davis Edward A. (Ryder & Davis, grocer, 

120 Inman, house 16 Tremont 
Davis Edward E. (Dow. Davis &. Co.), soap 

mnfr. , 220 Portland, h. at Roxbury 
Davis Eliphalet F., clerk, 417 Main, bds. 

51 Cherry [Harvard 

Davis Ellen Miss, bookkeeper, bds. 199 
Davis Esther M. Mrs., house 40 Pearl 
Davis Eugene S., produce (Fitchburg), h. 

99£ Cambridge 
Davis Fannie M. Miss, bookkeeper, 5 Har- 
vard row, bds. 25 Wendell 
Davis Florence A., teacher Felton primary 

school, bds. 103 Inman 
Davis Frank W., coal and wood, 119 Col- 

umhia. house 141 do. 
Davis Franklin, express, 379 Main (box 25 

Faneuil Hall square, B.). h. 5 Brooks 
Davis Fred G., cutter (72 Franklin, B.), 

bds. 7 Lamson place 
Davis George, clerk (B.), h. r. 41 Norfolk 
Davis George, civil engineer, City Engi- 
neer's office, City Hall, h. 30 VVarland 
Davis George A., grocer, 515 Main, house 

103 Inman [Broadway 

Davis Geo. B. (Summer, B.), bds. 326 
Davis George H., Riverside Press, bds. 40 

Pearl [148 do. 

Davis George H., clerk, 120 Camh., bds. 
Davis Gilman Mrs., house 6 Story 
Davis Guilford H., salesman (23 Winter. 

B.). bds. 534 Main 
Davis Hattie S. Miss, house 19 Antrim 

DAVIS HENUY B„ cashier Na- 
tional City Bank, 553 Main. h. 8 
Clinton [h. 112 Western av. 

Davis Henry G., pressman Riverside Press, 
Davis Herbert L., piano action maker, bds. 
40 AVilliam [bds. 268 North av. 

Davis Herbert W., chemist (165 High, B.), 

DAVIS HEBVEY, grain and hav, 
12 Central sq., h. 23 Columbia [Co. 

Davis Hiram H., driver Charles R. St. R. | 

Davis Horatio, organ tuner, 37 Fifth, h. 78 
Otis [h. 326 Broadway 

Davis James C. (James C. Davis & Son), , 

Davis James C. & Son (James C. and James 
H. Davis), soap mnfrs., 204 to 208 | 
Broadway, and (3 Chatham, B.) 

Davis James H. (James C. Davis & Son), 
house 20 Forest 

Davis James T., wines, etc. (27 North Mar- 
ket. B.), h. 27 Lancaster 

Davis John, machinery (118 Merrrimac, 
house 2 Walnut avenue 

Davis John E., ship stores (204 Commer- 
cial B.). house 7 Wendell 

Davis John J., shipper, h. 154 Green 

Davis John M. .''Mason Davis &, Son), soap i 
mnfr., 3 Lincoln place, h. 8 King place ' 



Davis Josephine H., Miss, teacher Mason 
primary school, bds. 40 Pearl 

Davis Martin B., officer House of Correc- 
tion, b. 168 Cambridge 

Davis Mary A., widow of James A., h. 
Roseland, c. Frost .;. 

Davis Mason (Mason Davis & Son), soap 
mnfr., 3 Lincoln pi., h. 122 Norfolk 

Davis Mason & Son (Mason and John M. 
Davis), soft soap mnfrs., 3 Lincoln pi. 

Davis Matilda Mrs., h. Harvey, c. Mont- 
gomery 

Davis Nahum N., foreman of gardeners 
Mt. Auburn cemetery, h. at Watertown 

Davis Peter R., coachman, 800 Main, h. 
192 Green 
: Davis Richard, bds. 8 Norfclk 

Davis Robert W., painter, h. 25 Reed 

Davis Samuel, butcher (17 Lakeman Mar- 
ket. B.), h. 63 Lake View a v. 
! Davis Samuel, slater, order box Lyceum 
building, Harvard sq., h. 30 Charles 
River 

Davis Samuel W., engineer, h. 19 Lopez 

Davis Sarah J. Miss, teacher Gannet pri- 
mary school, b. 6 Story 

Davis Stephen F.. printer (262 Washington, 
B.). h. 30 Elm 

Davis Stephen G., h. 751 Main 

Davis Sumner E., barrels, casks, etc., 89 
Bridge, h. at Somerville 

Davis Susan C, widow of Willard W.. h. 
36 Howard [Main, h. 40 Pearl 

Davis Thomas M., fancy soap mnfr., 417 

Davis Thomas W., master Putnam gram- 
mar school, h. at Waverley 

Davis Warren J. (Davis Bros.), wood and 
coal, also furniture-mover, 119 Colum- 
bia, b. 125 Hampshire 

Davis Warren J., h. 125 Columbia 

Davis W. S., wood moulder, State, cor. 
Osborn, h. 69 £ Western av. 

Davis AVillard T., machinist, b. 36 Howard 

Davis William, baker, 15 River, h. 23 do. 

Davis William, clerk (634 Washington, B.), 
h. 144 Austin [51 Cherry 

Davis William H., clerk, 417 Main. bds. 

Davis Wm. M. jr., instructor in Geology, 
H. U., h. Concord av., cor. Bond 

Davis Wm. P., carpenter, h. 156 Thorndike 

Davis Wm. R.. cooper, b. 15 Squire's ct. 

Davis Wm. W., salesman (43 Summer, 
B.), b. 144 Avstin 

Davison Elizabeth Miss, b. 2 Rogers blk., 
Main [h. 20 Jay ■ 

Davison James S., steam fitter, 651 Main, 

Davison John, printer (B.), h. 195 Hamp- 
shire [Winsor 

Davison William, butter and eggs, h. 132 

Davlln Michael F. (M. F. Davlin & Co.), 
plumber, 199 Cambridge, h. do. 

Davlin M. F. & Co. (Michael F. Davlin), 

plumbers and gas fitters, 199 Cambridge 

Davren Gilbert M., at Amer. Tube Works 

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Davren Mary E., widow of Michael, h. Wav- 

erly, east of Fort Washington 
Davy John, night watchman, rms. 31 Holyoke 
Davy Will am H., boat builder, h. 15 Dyke 
Dawes Albert A., laborer, J62 Broadway, 

h 140 ^Spring 
Dawson Frances H. Miss, teacher Shepard 

grammar school 
Dawson Thomas, conductor Chas. R. St. 

R. Co. 
Dawson William, gilder, h. 145 Main 
Dawson William, laborer, h. 210 Franklin 
Day Arthur C, box maker 3 Hampshire, 

h. 47 Austin 
Day Edward F., entry clerk Revere sugar 

refinery, b. 177 Bridge 
Day Hiram R., wood moulder, Gilkey's 

mill (Arsenal, Walertown), b. Alex- 
ander A. Barker's, Gushing 
Day John M., stone mason, Mt. Auburn 

cemetery, h. 23 Sparks street place 
Day John TV, gardener, h. 25 Pine 
Day John W, as»t. editor (9 Bosworth, 

B.), rms. 74 Cambridge 
Day J. W. Mrs., music teacher, 74 Cam- 
bridge, h. do. 
Day Levi E., cabinet maker, 44 Cambridge, 

h. at Everett 
Day Marcel us (estate of), drain-pipe mnfr., 

J. B. Wilson, supt., 132 Main and (21 

Devonshire, B.) 
Day Mary, widow, h. 142 Pleasant 
Day Ralph, house 7 Day 
Day Richard, butler, 24 Cragie 
Day RichurdT,, glass finisher, N. E. Glass 

Works, h. r. 177 Bridge 
Day Stephen, blacksmith, 4G Cambridge, 

h. 7G do. 
Day Thomas, gardener, h. 15 Pine 
Day W. J., hostler Camb. R. Co., North 

av. stable [95 Magazine 

Dayton Isabella M. Mrs., dressmaker, h. 
Descon William P., salesman (477 Wash- 
ington, B.), h. 32 Cherry 
Deacon William F., insurance agent, h. 77 

Washington, c. Moore 
Deagle Reuben, clerk. 2 Rogers blk., Main, 

K 1 Wash. 
Dean Daniel H., grocer, 21 Brattle, house 

20 Harris [b. 34 Wendell 

Dean Dora B. Miss, teacher Agassiz school, 
Dean Edmund, driver, Camb. R. Co*, h. 

5 DeWolf 
Dean Gideon E., clerk, b. 33 Holyoke 
Dean Harriet C, widow of Myron M. , h. 

34 Wendell 
Dean Herbert H,, produce com. mer. (37 

John, B.), h. 8 Elm 
Dean James, painter, 642 Main, b. 96 

Columbia [Cambridge 

Dean John, bookkeeper (B.), boards 721 
Dean John M., bookeeper, 69 Main, b. 721 

Cambridge [Clifton 

Dean Robert, brickmaker, house foot of 
Dean William, teamster, b. 126 Gore 



Dean Wm. C, tinsmith, h, 408 Cambridge 

Deane Charles, h. 80 Sparks 

Deane Ophelia M., dressmaker, bds. 85 

Prospect 
Deane Walter, teacher (20 Boylston Place, 

B.), h. 9 Brewster Place 
Dearborn Axel vt*., clerk (2 F. H. Sq., B.), 

house 97 Winsor [do. 

Dearborn Elmer, teamster 502 Main, b. 464; 
Dearborn Estella A. Miss (Guppy & Dear- 
born), dressmaker 170 Hampshire, h. 

do. 
Dearborn Geo. W. (H. N. Hovey & Co.), 

grocer 89 Cambridge, h. 94 Otis 
Dearborn Gilbert J., plumber 157 North 

Ave., h. at Somerville 
Dearborn Wyman, machinist 72 Main, h. 

90 Pleasant 

Dearborn , driver 502 Main 

Hearing Henry F. , cabinet maker (B.), b. 

79 Gore 
Hearing James A., driver, h. 16 Elmer 
Dearing Joseph W., laborer, h. 33 Elmer 
Dearing, see Deering 
Deastlow Eliza Mrs., h. 17 Foster 
Debeau Eli, brickmaker, h. Vassal lane, n. 

brick yard 
Deasy Cornelius AV., teamster, b. 2 Davis 
Deasy John, cabinet maker, h. 2 Davis 
Deberry Lewis A., feeder Camb. R. Co., h. 

Montgomery, corner Harvv 
DeBoher John, safemaker 17 Man, heme 2 

Rogers block, Washington 
DeBoise Chas. L., porter (33 Court, B.), 

house 37 Hampshire 
Deboitor Rose D., widow of Louis, house 

foot of Clifton [do. 

Dechan Michael, carpenter 123 Winsor, h. 
Decatur Ora S., carpenter' h. 34 Pleasant 
DeCorcy John, lab., h. 8 Gore 
DeCost James, riveter Seavey & Co. Third 
DeCosta Benj., machinist 356 Main, b 18 

Western Avenue 
DeCosta Henry, cutter Am. Rubber Co. 
DeCoste Augustus, cabinet maker, h. 26 

Sec nd 
DeCosta Frank, hairdresser 96 Camb., b. 

r. 93 do. 
DeCourcey Margaret Miss, h. 429 Main 
DeCourcey Patrick H., clerk Skill ings, 

Whitney & Barnes Lumber Co., Prison 

Point, b. 16 East [h. do. 

DeCourcey Richard, variety store 429 Main, 
Dedrick Carrie S. Miss, packer 31 Elm, h. 

7 Seventh, E. Camb. 
Dedrick Frederick, brittannia worker, h. 7 

Buck's block, Seventh 
Dedrick Henry V., 169 Gore, boards 7 

Buck's block, Seventh 
Dedrick Thomas P., brass moulder, boards 

7 Buck's block, Seventh 

DEE BROS. (Thos.W. and John II.), 
florists, Mt. Auburn, opp. Mt. Au- 
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Dee John H. (Dee Bros.), florist (104 

Tremont, B.), and Mt. Auburn, opp. 

Mt. Auburn cemetery, b. Fresh Pond 

Lane 
Dee Joseph, foreman E. Camb. branch C. 

R. R., house 88 Thorndike 
Dee Mary H. Miss, h. 22 Sparks 
Dee Patrick J., foreman Camb. Pi. stable 

246 Camb. . rooms 88 Thorndike 
Dee Patrick, laborer 109 Gore, house 22 

DEE PAT RICK, .provisions 18 
Sparks h. do. 

Warren 
Dee Sarah H. Mrs., boards Thomas W. 

Dee's, Mount Auburn [ster 

Dee T., at Camb. R. Co. repair shop, Dun- 
Dee Thos., hostler, house Garden street 

place, rear 37 Garden 
Dee Thomas W. (Dee Bros.), florist (104 

Tremont, B.), and Mt Auburn, opp. 

Mt. Auburn cemetery, h. Fresh Pond 

Lane 
Deechan Mary, widow, h. 88 Gore 
Deehan Henry, steam fitter (B.), boards 

329 Main' 
Deehan John S., bar tender 337 Main, b. 

329 Main [83 Plymouth 

Deehan John W. policeman Station 2, h. 
Deehan Wm. H., teamster 134 Main, h. do. 
Deelv James, baker 79 Cambridge, house 

9 Eighth [h. do. 

Deer James X., painter 10 Fairmont Ave.. 
Deering Bernard, at 17 Main, b. 3 Rogers 

block 
Deering Joshua, lab.,h. 66 Boylston 
Deering Robert S., cabinet maker 203 

Bridge, b. 79 Gore 
Deering Wm., h. 28 Warren 
Dearing, see Deering 
Deers Geo., cabinet maker, b. 19 Fifth 
Deers Joseph, laborer, h. 19 Fifth 
DeFord M. R. Mrs., dressmaker 44 Austin, 

house do. 
DeGerstoff E. B. Mrs., b. 11 Mason 
Degnan Thos., city teamster, h. 67 Amory, 
Deitchfield Harry, coffin maker 203 Bridge 

h. Fifth 
Deitz Geo. A., section foreman B. & A. R. 

R. (Allston), house 98 River 
Delaney Bartholemew, spring maker 12 

Gore, h. at Somerville 
Delaney James S., plumber (30 Cambridge, 

B.), house 33 Winter 
Delaney Jeremiah, mason, b. 17 Bolton 
Delanev Jeremiah J., clerk 339 Camb., b. 

337 do. 
Delaney Jeremiah J., marble worker (550 

Tremont, B.), h. 23 Erie 
Delaney John, gate tender B. & L. R. R., 

Prison Point bridge, house 4 Third 
Delaney John, baker, 111 Fourth, h. do. 
Delaney John, mason, house rear 46 Mont- 
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Delaney John, liquors, etc. 339 Cambridge, 
house 337 do. 

DELAAEV J. (successor to Albert 
Adams), Mason and builder 48 Mont- 
gomery, h. do. [Bolton 
Delaney Margaret, widow of John, h. 17 
Delaney Michael, marble cutter, boards 17 

Bolton 
Delaney P: trick, house 48 Montgomery 
Delaney Richard, lab., h. 19 Bolton 
Delano Geo., expressman Lycenm bldg., 

Harvard Row, h. at Allston 
Delano Maria C. Mrs., h. 12 Lowell 
Delany Edmond H., mason, house 426 

Cambridge 
Delany Julia, widow of Martin, h. 47 Cedar 
Delaney Wm. H., box maker 3 Hamp- 
shire, b. 426 Cambridge 
Delapp Chas., foreman (35 Union, B.), 

house 3 Harding 
Delhanty John, tailor, h. 8 Lopez 
De la Virgue C. B., pres. Int. Lard and 
Oil Retinining Co., Binney Field, Cam- 
bridge and Portland 
Dell Wm. C. A., shade painter Blanche, 
rooms 40 Chestnut [azine 

Delve S. G., at Riverside Press, b. 95 Mag- 
| Demar Joseph, cutter Am. Rubber Co. 
f Demar Seemar, cutter Am. Rubber Co. 
j DeMattos Manuel, polisher, house rear 101 
Fourth [Grigg 

| Demby Richard, hostler 12 Brattle, rms. 6 
Den^rritt Alphonzo, trav. salesman (26 

Summer, B.), h. 108 Washington 
Demerritt Mary E., widow of John F., h. 

40 Concord Ave. 
De*mers Octave, laborer, house Cushing, 

near Cushing Court 
Demick John A., baker, h. 65 Cherry 
Detnick Oilman D., pattern maker, b* 65 

Cherry 
Demick John, baker, h. 65 Cherry 
Demick John A., baker, b. do Cherry 
Demmon Reuben A., stock broker (82 

Devonshire, B.), h. 40 North Ave. 
Dcmpsey Bridget A. Miss, h. 74 Bolton 
Dempsev Ellen, widow of Thos., house 35 
Vine [Co. 

Dempsey James, glass blower N. E. Glass 
Dempsev John, waiter, h. 8 Porter 
Dempsey John W., gardener, h. 74 Bolton 
Dempsey Lawrence, driver Charles R. St. 

Co. 
Dempsey Lawrence, lab. John Reardon & 

Sons, h. 1 Bell 
Dempsey Michael, lab., b. 34 Hampshire 
Dempsev Michael, lab., house 149 Bridge 

DENISON ARTHUR E„ law- 
yer (150 Devonhire, room 12, B.), 
h. 13 Arlington 
Denison Herbert R., salesman (177 Con- 
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Derm John J., printer University Press, 

rooms 2 South 
Dennett George M., lard refiner, 1G9 Gore, 

rooms 119 Otis 
Dennis Adolph, cabinet maker, 44 Camb., 

house 61 Fourth [Bridge 

Dennis Catherine, widow of William, h. 192 
Dennis Fannie E. M. Miss, teacher Wyman 

primary school [Belmont 

Dennis James, gardener, h. Holworthy, c. 
Dennis Margaret Miss, house 76 Elm 
Dennis Maria L., widow of Wm. W., house 

295 Broadway 
Dennis Wm. D., lab., house GO Washington 
Dennison Albert, carpenter, h. 1G2 Prospect 
Dcnnison Frank E., conductor Camb. R. Co 

bds. 128 Spring 
Dennison Hosea B., architect, 128 Cam- 
bridge, house at Somerville 
Dennison James E., carpenter, 11 Seventh, 

house at Gilford [128 Spring 

Dennison Mary, wido " of Otis, house 
Dennison Michael, lab., h. r. 203 Franklin 
Dennison, see Denison 
Denny Daniel, packer (360 Washington, 

B.), house 358 Broadway 
Denny John, harness cleaner, 22 Brattle, 

house 15 Dinsmore court 
Denny Mary Miss, house 13 West 
Denny Michael J., teamster, 13 Broadway, 

house 24 Harvard 
Densmore George, carpenter, b. 42 River 
Densmore Ira M., carpenter, h. 7 RockAvell 
Densmore Joel, carpenter, b. 7 Rockwell 
Densmore Johiel M., carpenter, boards 7 

Rockwell 
Densmore Samuel D., carpenter, b. 7Rock- 

well [Franklin 

Denton Thos. J., expressman, house 187 
Denyven David (Denyven & Couch), fur- 
niture mnfr., house 118 Harvard 
Denyven & Couch (David Denyven and 

John Conch), furniture mnfrs., 346 

and 348 Main 
DePeyster W., watchman, Murray-st. stable 

Camb. R. Co. [h. 39 Garden 

DeQuedville Fannie Mrs., dressmaker, 
Derby Eliza, widow of Nathan G., house 

Fresh pond lane, c. Mt. Auburn 

DERBY HERBERT, prop. Cam- 
bridge Vinegar Works, 75 Main, h. 
at New York 

Derksen Pilgrim, furniture repairer, and 
piano tuner, 831 Main, house do. 

DeRosay Albert F. (DeRosay & Son), 
brick mnfr., 64 Dublin, h. 134 Oxford 

DeRosay J., at 174 Broadway 

DeRosay Josaphine A. Miss, mnsic and or- 
gan teacher, bds. 134 Oxford 

DeRosay Lewis E. (DeRosay & Son), brick 
mnfr., 64 Dublin, house 134 Oxford 

DeRosay P., at 174 Broadway 

DeRosay & Son (Lewis E. and Albert E. 
DeRosay), brick mnfrs., 64 Dublin 



Derring Barnard, safe maker, b. 91 Main 
Derry Chas. T., salesman (46 Summer, B), 

bds. 12 Trowbridge 
Derry Wm., rms. 27 River 
Derwin Bridget, widow of John, house 
64 Harvard [Harvard 

Derwin John J., machinist, 356 Main, b. 64 
Derwin Thos. E., 137 Broadway, bds. 64 

Harvard 
DeSage David, carpenter, 153 Putnam ave- 
nue, house 91 Chestnut 
DeSage Wm. H., tinner, 153 Putnam ave- 
nue, house 91 Chestnut [Dublin 
DeSautelle Frank S., blacksmith, h. 85 
DesSilva Charles, furniture polisher, house 
34 North [Montgomery 
Desmond Daniel, currier, house Dudley, n. 
Desmond Dennis, polisher (B.), bds. 130 
Third [n. Montgomery 
Desmond Hanora, wid- of Wm., h. Dudley 
Desmond James, clerk Brattle sq. Hotel, 

boards do. 
Desmond Jeremiah, c'erk, b. 341 Camb. 
Desmond Mary, widow of Peter, house 86 

Fifth 
Desmond Timothy, bds. 341 Camb. 
Desmond Timothy jr., liquors, 345 Camb., 

ho^se 341 do. 

Desmond Timothy J., mason, house Rogers 

court [Dudley 

Desmond Wm., bds. Hanora Desmond's, 

Deuschle Louis, saloon, 134 Spring, house 

67 Sixth 
Deuxen Emile, coffiu maker, 203 Bridge, 
house Gore [Jackson 

Devanie George, currier, house Harvey, n. 
Devens Arthur L. Mrs., house 45 Oxford 
Devens Thomas, undertaker, 414 Camb., 

house 132 Elm 
Devere Jas., box maker, 3 Hampshire, h. 

77 Washington, c. Moore 
Devay J., watchman Murray-st. stable, 
Camb. R. Co. [6 Ashburton pi. 

DeVeure Alfred G., watchmaker, house 
Devine Charles, planer, h. 240 Camb. 
Devine Cornelius, roofer (206 Portland B.) 

house 118 Webster avenue 
Devine Francis, coal and wood, Ninth, c. 

Camb., house r. 240 do. 
Devine John, fish peddler, h. 21 Carson 
Devine Joseph, Riverside Press, bds. 83 

Putnam avenue 
Devine Michael, teamster, h. 66 Charles 
Devine Patrick F., currier, b. 240 Camb. 
Devine Wm., farmer, b. J. G. Goolidge's, 

Coolidge avenue 
Devine, sec Divine 
Dewar John, glass cutter, N. E. Glass 

Works, North, h. 78 Second 

Dewar Marv, widow, tailoress (179 Court, 

B.), h. 102 Third [stable 

De Went Nancy Mrs., h. River, opp. car 

Dewey Charles IL, painter, h. Ayers blk., 

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Dewey Clara B. Miss, b- 58 Trowbridge 
Dewhurst H. A. Mrs., b. 104 Prospect 
Dewire Daniel, gardener, b. 139 Elm 
Dewire Edward, cutter Amer. Rubber Co. 

b. 3 Burrage block, Bristol 
Dewire James, laborer, Boston Bridge 

Works, b. 281 Camb. 
Dewire James, boot maker, Amer. Rubber 

Co., h. 28 Hastings 
Dewire James, glassmaker Union Glass 

Co., h. 139 Elm 
Dewire John, b. 35 Washington 
Dewire Patrick, laborer, h. 128 Webster av. 
Dewire Thomas J., laborer, h. 11 Ninth 
Dewire Wm. H., laborer, 169 Gore, h. 143 

Elm 
Dewitt James DV hairdresser, b. 67 Wash. 
DeWolf Eugenia, widow of Winthrop, h. 

49 Oxford 
DeWolf James, planer, State, cor. Osborn 

b. Western av. 
DeWolf John W., b. 49 Oxford 
Dexter Allen D., tinsmith, 159 Putnam av., 

b. 5 Kinnaird 
Dexter Archibald, hostler, Canab. R. Co., b. 

9 Cowperthwaite 
Dexter Caroline D., widow of James, h. 

103 Washington 

DEXTER D. GILBERT, editor 
and business manager Camb. Tri- 
bune, 3 Linden, h. 64 Buckingham 
Dexter Lucy, widow of Geo., h. 13 Buck- 

ingbam [ct. 

Dickerman Charles, laborer, h. 23 Hayes 
Dickerman Edward H., bar-tender Lyceum 

building, Harvard row, h. rear 38 

Boylston 
Dickey Abner P., carpenter, b. 42 River 
Dickinson Alexander (A. Dickinson & 

Co.), nnrseryman, Broadway, junc. 

Market, h. 135 Washington 
Dickinson A. &Co. (Alexander Dickinson), 

nurseries, Broadway, junc. Market 
Dickinson Carrie J. Mrs., millinery. 65 

Clark, h. do. 
Dickinson Charles A., nurseryman, Broad- 
way, junc. Market, h. 135 Washington 
Dickinson Charles A., foreman (Camb., 

B.), h. 150 Hampshire 
Dickinson David, hostler, 100 Oxford, b. at 

Somerville [h. at Everett 

Dickinson J. A., driver Camb. R. Co., 
Dickinson James M., bacon packer, house 

243 Camb. [65 Clark 

Dickinson John L., engineer 626 Main, h. 
Dick David, cabinet maker, rms- 33Eourth 
Dickman Clara J., widow of Joseph L., h. 

290£ North 
Dickman Emma E. Miss, dressmaker, 17 

Magazine, h. do. 
Dickman Eugenia R., widow, h. 14 Warren 
Dickman Isaac, overseer Camb. R. Co., 

stable, 326 North avenue, h. Frank, 2d 

on left 



Dickman M. Carrie Miss, teacher Wyman 
primary school, b. 290i North ave. 

Dickson Christina, widow of Samuel, h. 87 
Columhia 

Dickson Ernest P., stock clerk, 12 Camb., 
b. 134 Thorndike 

Dickson F. W., at 162 Broadway, h. at 
Charlestown 

Dickson George F., steam and gas-fitter, 
595 Main, h. 2 Hastings square 

Dickson Marshall (Marshall Dickson & 
Co.), 528 Camb., h. 87 Columbia 

Dickson Marshall & Co. (Marshall Dick- 
son and Clinton A. Ricker), grocers, 
527 Camb. 

Dickson Mary A. Mrs., h. 2 Hastings sq. 

Dickson Richard S. Mrs., h. 114 Thorndike 

Dickson Samuel, metals and paper stock 
103 Winsor, h. do. 

DICKSON \¥M. (Butler Dana & 
Dickson), lawyer, (34 School, B.) h. 

87 Columbia, [Spring 

D edric ; George, watch case maker, h. 44 
Diem Antone B.. at Amer. Rubber Co., 

Potter, h. 60 Harvard 
Diehl Geo., confectioner, b. 60 Harvard 
Diehl John, shoemaker (1326 Wash., B.), 

h. 47 Magazine 
Diehl John Philip, cloth-sponger, house 60 

Harvard 
Dieselmann Henry, currier, Mtiller Bros. 
Dieselmann Henry D., watchman, Mt. Au- 
burn, h. 28 Harvey 
Dieselmann John, gardener, Joseph G. 

Coolidge av., b. 28 Harvey 
Diez Joseph, brickmaker, h. 24 Dudley 
Dignon John, clerk, 502 Main 
Dignan Catherine, widow of Barnard, house 

191 North av. 
Dignan Margaret M., shirt maker (B.), h. 

191 North av. 
Dillaway Stillman S., h. 22 School - 

Dillingham Franklin (48 Federal, B.), ". 

22 Hubbard av. 
Dillingham George A., paver (B.), h. 223 

Broadway, room 3 
Dillingham Henry A., clerk, Riverside 

press, b. 42 Holyoke [Holyoke 

Dillingham Maria, widow of Henry, h. 42 
Dillingham Mary A., widow of Henry, h. 

42 Holyoke 
Dillingham Wm. C, second asst. clerk of 

courts, Court House 
Dill T. K., conductor Camb. R. Co., Third 

h. at Everett 
Dillon Ann, widow of Owen, h. 56 Winter 
Dillon Charles H., fruit pedler, b. 56 Winter 
Dillon Edward, varnisher, 203 Bridge, h. 

39 Gore 
Dillon John, laborer, h. 54 Hastings 
Dillon John F., fruit pedler, b. 56 Winter 
Dillon Patrick, glass blower, N. E. Glass 

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Dillon Peter, glassmaker, h. 12 North 



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Dillon Wm. H., compositor, h 

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Dillworth John, iron molder, 357 Main, b 

Ross House 
Dilworth John, laborer, 169 

Warren 
Dilworth Timothy, lab., 169 
Dimbroski Martin, laborer, h. 
Dimiek Calvin, h. Cambridge, cor. Lynde 
Dimmoek Emily, widow, bds. 18 Story 
Dimmock Emily R., bds. 18 Story 
Dimmoek G orge, naturalist, house 61 

Sacramento 
Dimmock Wm., carpenter, h. 37 Green 
Dinan Daniel, teamster, 221 Bridge, house 

6 Winter [Winter 

Dinan James, laborer, 1(59 Gore, bds. 6 
Dinan John, laborer, bds. 23 Carson 
Dinan John, laborer, 169 Gore, b. 8 Winter 
Dinan Nicholas, laborer, 169 Gore, bds 2 

minting [7 Ninth 

Dinan Patrick, laborer B. & A. R. R., bds. 

DINAN PATRICK, roofer (82£ 
Leverett, B.), house 35 Vine 
Dinan Peter C, slater, house G6 Spring 
Dinan Philip, clerk, 238 Camb., b. 2 Ninth 
Dinan Thomas, police, Station 3, bds. 

Hotel Cambridge, Otis 
Dinan Thomas, sloarman N. E. Glass Co. 
Dinan Timothy, teamster, 221 Bridge, h. 6 

Winter 
Dinan, see Dynan [ley's, Cushing 

Dinne n Daniel, laborer, bds. Michael Kel- 
Dinneen Daniel, laborer h. 28 Carson 
Dinsmore Daniel K. (Stetson &Dinsmore), 

carpenter, 79 Brattle, h. 17 Farwell pi. 
Dinsmore Wm. J., florist, 273 North av., 

house do. [64 Harvard 

Dirwin F., sharp maker, 139 Broadway, h. 
Disdale Edward, laborer, h. 3 Hillery's 

block, Lilac ct. [h. 2 Columbia 

Disney William, piano polisher, 20 Albany, 
Distlo Charles, currier at Low's, Dudley 
Ditchfield Samuel H., coffin maker, 203 

Bridge, house 26 Eifth 
Ditmars James B., bookkeeper, Camhridge 

laundry, bds. at East Boston 
Diviney John, teamster, bds. 77 Tremont 
Dixey Mary E., widow, h. 223 Broadway, 

room 5 
Dixon Edmund A., laborer, bds. 62 Winsor 
Dixwell Epes S., house 58 Garden 
Doane Calvin, driver, h. 109 Pleasant 
Doane Frank, candy maker, rooms 1 

Hampshire 
Doane F., at 174 Broadway 
Doane Henry S. (Johnson & Doane), bot- 
tler 27 Green, bds. 425 Main 
Doane Norman, confectioner, 282 Broadway 
Doane Sally S., widow of Seth P., house 

109 Pleasant 
Doane Thomas M., carrier, h. 15 Antrim 
Doane Wm., bookkeeper, 281 Broadway, 

hds. 28 Elm [Co., rooms 57 Pearl 

Dobbfl Albert E., cutter American Rubber 



Dobbs George, laborer, house 9 Grant 
Dobbs James, bacon cutter. r. 365 Cambridge, 

house 153 Franklin 
Dobbs Thomas, laborer, bds. 153 Eranklin 
DobeyF., hostler Camb. R. Co., River-st. 
stable [h. 8£ Antrim 

Dobson Geo. R., carpenter, 184 Broadway, 
Dockum Geo. G., carpenter, h. 115 Winsor 
Dodd Annie, widow of Brandon J., h. 20 
Fairmont avenue [mont avenue 

Dodd Daniel C, painter, bds. 20 Fair- 
Dodd Daniel C, painter, Mt. Auburn eem- 

etery, bds. at Watertown 
Dodge Arthur B., clerk '83 Summer, B.), 

bds. 39 Columbia 
Dodge Charles H. (J. H.. Dodge & Son), 
provisions, 640 Main, bds. 72 Pleasant 
Dodge Caleb S. P., printer (238 Washing- 
ton, B.), h. 293 Broadway 
Dodge Edward S., lawyer (87 Milk, B.), 
house 70 Sparks [h. 16 Seventh 

Dodge Hannah E., widow of William H., 
Dodge John C, lawyer (87 Milk, B.), h. 

72 Sparks 
Dodge John E. Prof., horse dentist (58 

Portland, B), house 29 Erie 
Dodge John H. (J. H. Dodge & Son), pro- 
visions, 640 Main, h. 72 Pleasant 
Dodge J seph A., organ maker, h. 113 

Washington 
Dodge Joseph F., house 39 Columbia 
Dodge J. H. & Son (John H. and Chas. H. 

Dodge), provisions, 640 Main 
Dodge Rufus, salesman (42 Commercial. 
B.), house 9 Story [329 Harvard 

Dodge Sarah B.. widow of George, bds. 
Dodge William, house 293 Broadway 
Dodge Wm. A., painter, h. r. 141 Columbia 
Dodge Wm. E., provisions, h. 27 Seventh 
Dodge Wm. H., provisions, 25 Central sq., 
house 15 Cottage [72 Sparks 

Dodge Wm. W., lawyer (87 Milk, B.), bds. 
Dodge Winslow Herbert, bookkeeper, 162 

River, lids. 35 Fairmont 
Dodge Winslow Hewes, organ-action maker, 

house 35 Fairmont 
Dodsworth George, laborer, h. Jordan pi. 
Doe Bradbury P., machinist, 29 Main, h. 

193 Putnam avenue 
Doe Emily M., matron Orphan's Home, 

Avon Hill, house do. 
Doe Freeland A., cabinet maker Otis E. 
First, house 13 Florence [102 Winsor 
Dogherty Charles M., cabinet maker, h. 
Doherty Alexander, bookbinder (76 Sud- 
bury, B.), h. 12 Rogers' block, Main 
Doherty C, printer University Press 
Doherty Charles F., artist, bds. 168 Norfolk 
Doherty Daniel, hairdresser, 337 Main, h. do. 
Doherty Daniel B., clerk, 157 Bridge, h. 
55 Gore [Mt. Auburn 

Doherty Dennis, laborer, boards rear 241 
Doherty Edward F., bds. 168 Norfolk 
Doherty Ellen, widow of Matthew, house 
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Doherty Elizabeth, widow of John, house 

14 Somerset 
Doherty Eug ne, tailor, 623 Main, bds. 2 

Lawrence [Putnam avenue 

Doherty Frank E., cabinet maker, h. 247 
Doherty Henry A., grocer, 157 and 161 

Bridge, h. 82 Cambridge 
Dohertv Hugh, granite, 41 Main, house 85 

Fifth 
Doherty J., at 174 Broadway 
Doherty James, laborer, 

Cemetery, bds. r. 241 Mt 
Doherty James, h. 20 Carson 
Doherty James, laborer, bds. 63 Hampshire 
Dohertv James, city forester, City Hall, h. 

168 Norfolk [Co. 

Doherty James, glass blower, N. E. Glass 
Doherty James., liquors (181 Cambridge, 

B.), h. 16 Kinnaird 
Doherty James, confectioner, (B.), bds. 

J 16 Webster av. 
Doherty James, pedler, h. 61 Charles 
Doherty James C laborer, h. 72 Waverly 
Doherty Jeremiah, confectioner, (B.), h. 

llfi Webster av. 
Doherty John, laborer, N. E. Glass Co. 
Doherty John, city laborer, h. 149 Elm 
Doherty John, laborer, h. 204 Green 
Doherty John, laborer, h. 42 Montgomery 
Doherty John, h. 23 Seventh 
Doherty John, tinsmith, h. r. 221 Franklin 
Dohertv John T. upholsterer, (B.), boards 

168 Norfolk 
Doherty Josepeine M. Miss, teacher Otis 

primary School, bds. 93 Gore 
Dohertv Lawrence, printer, bds. 23 Bay 
Doherty Mauriee. currier, h. 17 Sutfolk 
Doherty Michael, bartender, 19 Bay, bds. 

220 Franklin 
Doherty Michael, laborer, Cambridge 

cemetery, h. r. 241 Mt. Auburn 
Doherty Neil, liquors (69 Causeway, B.), 

h. 56 Liver 
Doh-.-rty Owen, harness maker. Cambridge, 

junc. bridge, bds. 56 Second 
Doherty Patrick, h. 157 Spring 
Doherty Patrick, h. 93 Gore 
Doherty Philip, laborer, bds. r. 241 Mt. 

Auburn 
Doherty Philip, laborer, h. 23 Bay 
Dohertv Robert, iron moulder, 356 Main 
Doherty Robert, iron moulder, Front St. 

Court [Seventh 

Doherty Thomas, expressman, h. r. 15 
Dohertv William, boiler maker, 356 Main, 

h. at Somerville 
Doherty William, laborer, h. 47 Vine 
Doherty William, at Amer Rubber Co., 

163 Broadway 
Dolan Charles, cooper, bds. 56 Second 
Dolan Ann. widow, h. 35 Winter 
Dolan Edward, at Riverside Press 
Dolan Edward J., merchant tailor, 

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Doherty Ellen J., wiL, of William, h. 7 - 

Perry £"} 

Dolan John (Griffin & Dolan), soft soap £D 

maker, r. 13 Decatur, h. 13 do. Z3 

Dolan John, machinist 95 Main ,-_£T 

Dolan John H.. painter, bds 11 Sargent 
Dolan Joseph F., harness maker (65 Sud- £J" 

bury, B.), bds 35 Winter ££ 

Dolan Michael W., laborer, b. 11 Sargent 
Dolan Patrick, cooper, bds 22 Harding m 

Dolan Patrick, nurse, h. 17 Baldwin JZ^ 

Dolan Patrick, baker, 502 Main, h. 23 i£ 

Sidney [Cottage Court JzJ. 

Dolan Thomas, planer, bds. 107 Spring "■ ^ 

Dolan Thomas, soap maker, 172 Pearl, h. 2 *■ 

Dolan Thomas, grave digger Cambridge 

cemetery, h. 11 Sargent 
Dolan Thomas F., gardener, b. 11 Sargent 
Dolan Thomas H., conductor Chas. R. St. 

R. Co.. bds. 17 Baldwin 
Dolan William, laborer, h. 161J Broadway 
Dolan William, teamster, Riverside Oil 

Works, h. Broadway 
Dolan William T., conductor Chas. R. St. 

R. Co., bds. 7 Perry 
Dole Cyrus G., provisions (19 New F. H. 

market, B.), h. 20 Bigelow 
Dole Sarah A., wid. of Cyrus, h. 20 Bigelow 
Dolen Patrick, baker 502 Main 
Doherty Thomas H , express, 185 North 

avenue and (33 Court square, B.), h. 

32 Orchard 
Dollard James, boots and shoes, 448 Har- 
vard, h. 15 Gerry [15 Gerry 
Dollard John PL, boot maker, (B.), boards 
Dollard Katherine, wid. of John, bds. 12 

Austin [Bri Ige 

Dolly John, switchman (F. R. R.) h. r. 202 
Dolloff Benj. W., butter and eggs, h. 143 

Otis 
Dolloff Francis W., janitor C. S. U., rooms, 

15 Brattle, h. 8 Holyoke 
Dolloff Wm. J., printer, University Press, 

h. [4 Trowbridge [Harvard 

Dominick John, at Hewes pottery, bds. 170 
Donahoe Ann Miss. h. 25 Bow 
Donahoe Charles H., packer, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 9 Decatur 
Donahoe Edward J., clerk, h- 107 Columbia 
Donahoe Edward, clerk, 245 Broadway. 
Donahoe Edward P.. upholsterer, 23 

Brattle, bds. 59 Williard st. ct. 
Donahoe Florence, laborer, h. 108 Spruce 
Donahoe James W., brass moulder, bds. 9 , 

Decatur [Auburn 

Donahoe Jam s W., laborer, bds. 199 Mt. 
Donahoe John, painter, h. 18 Donnell 
Donahoe John, coal and wood. 9 Decatur, 

house do. [av. , h. 

Donahoe John, at Hewes pottery, Crescent 
Donahoe John, farmer, h. 210 Cambridge 
Donahoe John, laborer, h. 17 Warren 
Donahoe John J, laborer, John Reardon & 

Sons, bds. 18 Blanche 



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Valentine 
Donahoe Mary, teacher St. Mary's Paro- 
chial school, h. 11 Valentine 
Donahoe Mary Ann, widow of Patrick H., 

h. Willard st. ct. 
Donahoe Michael, laborer, bds 02 Waverly 
Donahoe Michael, laborer, h. 80 Boylston 
Donahoe Michael, cutter, Amer Rubber Co. 
Donahoe Michael, baker, h. 13 Carson 
Donahoe Patrick, greese collector, h. 18 

Blanche [Auburn 

Donahoe Patrick, laborer, h. 199 Mt. 
Donahoe Peter A., clerk, 221 Broadway, 

bds. 11 Valentine 
Donahoe P., teamsser Camb. R. Co. 
Donahoe P., hostler Camb. R. Co., Murray 

st. stable 
Donahue David, brakeman B. & L. R. R., 

h. 21 Cambridge [do. 

Donahue, James, milk man 28 Davis, bds. 
Donahoe John, milk man 23 Davis, bds. do. 
Donahue Patrick, laborer, bds 28 Carson 
Donahue Thomas, farmer, h. Cushing, opp. 

Vineyard 
Donavan Patsie, laborer, bds. 41 Blackstone 
Donald R., at 174 Broadway 
Donegan Mary, widow, h. 192 Norfolk 
Donehey John EL, stone-cutter, Gore's 

wharf, h. 1 Lowland av. 
Donelan Francis, fireman (28 Summer, 

B.), h. 196 Cambridge 
Donelan Francis, jr., police station 3, bds. 

19G Cambridge [31 Bow 

Donelan Thomas, painter, 14 Church, bds. 
Donelan John, fireman, h. r. 12 Wintor 
Donlan John J., granite cutter, b. 31 Bow 
Donlan Martin, conductor Camb. R. Co., 

b. 31 Bow 
Donlan Martin J., conductor Camb. R. Co., 

h. 193 Franklin [Co. 

Donley Frank, glass blower, N. E. Glass 
Donnell John, clerk, b. 9 Broadway 
Donnell William J., polisher, Otis, near 

First, h. 7 Summer 
Donnell, see O'Donnell 
Donnelly Arthur, city laborer, h. 22 Warren 
Donnelly Bridget, widow of James, h. r. 

63 Vine [Harvard 

Donnelly Daniel F,, laborer, h. rear 21 
Donnelly Frank, carriage painter, h. 380 

Cambridge 
Donnelly Henry, laborer, b. 43 Vine 
Donnelly J., at Camb. R. Co. 
Donnelly James A., cigar maker, 35 Pearl, 

h. 3' Cottage 
Donnelly James H. S.. dry goods and mil- 
linery, 118 Cambridge, house 133 

Thorndike [72 Waverly 

Donnelly John, cooper Reardon & Sons, b. 
Donnelly John, laborer, h. 47 Reed 
Donnelly John, driver Camb. R. Co., b. 02 

Spring [h. 8 Porter 

Donnelly Michael, laborer, 109 Gore, 



Donnelly Michael, laborer, b. 47 Reed 
Donnelly Patrick, hostler, Camb. R. Co., 

rms. 31 Holyoke 
Donnelly Patrick, hostler, h. 284 Broadway 
Donnelly Rose, widow of Patrick, house 13 

Hollv avenue 
Donnelly T., hostler Camb. R. Co. 
Donnelly Thomas, city laborer, h. 79 Elm 
Donnini Virgilia.wood carver, h. r. 07 Gore 
Donahue Michael, at Amer. Rub. Co. 
Donovan Catherine, widow of James, at X. 

E. Glass Co., h. North 
Donovan Charles, teamster, b. 42 Gore 
Donovan Cornelins, laborer C. H. North's, 

b. 5 Ninth 
Donovan Daniel, laborer C. H. North's, 

b. 273 Camb. 
Donovan Cornelius, laborer, 03 Bridge, h. 

20 McCabe 
Donovan Cornelius J., teamster, G8 Bridge, 

h. r. East 
Donovan Daniel, laborer, bds. 8 Davis 
Donovan Daniel, junk dealer, h. 70 Spruce 
Donovan Daniel, confectioner, 282 Broad- 
way, h. Harvard [h. 31 East 
Donovan Daniel, foreman Holt & Bigbee, 
Donovan Daniel, glass engraver, h. 79 

School [h. 37 School 

Donovan Daniel, moulder, Third, c. Bent, 
Donovan Daniel E., clerk, 408 Cambridge, 

b. 109 Winsor [Fourth 

Donovan Daniel F., plasterer, house 91 
Donovan Daniel T., laborer, h. 44 North 
Donovan Dennis, laborer, h. 14 North 
Donovan Dennis, stone-cutter, h. 99 Main 
Donovan Dennis F. , teamster, h. 4 Fourth 
Donovan Edward, laborer, 109 Gore, bds. 

30 Walden 
Donovan Ellen. wid. of Patrick, h. 24 North 
Donovan George, laborer, 13 Broadway, h. 

at Boston 
Donovan James, track man Camb. R. Co., 

h. 79 Pleasant 
Donovan James, laborer, h. 25 West 
Donovan James, teamster, h. 3 Baldwin ct. 
Donovan James, teamster. 17 East,b. 12 do. 
Donovan James F., picture fitter, 82 Sixth 
Donovan James F., bread store, 137 

Bridga, h. do. 
Donovan Jeremiah, bds. 71 Cambridge 
Donovan Jeremiah, blacksmith, rms. 105 

Broadway 
Donovan Jeremiah, iron moulder, Pelham, 

b* 70 Washington 
Donovan John, laborer, b. 8 Broadway 
Donovan John, laborer (B.), h. 47 Gore 
Donovan J., hostler, Harvard sq. stable, 

Camb. R. Co. 
Donovan John, baker, b. 381 Camb. 
Donovan John, coal shoveler, B. & L. R. 

R., h. 232 Bridge • 
Donovan John, laborer, h. r. 17 Cowper- 

thwaite [ft Porter 

Donovan John, laborer, 109 Gore, h. r. 



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Donovan John, laborer, h. 47 Banks 
Donovan John, tailor. 551 Main, h. r. 203 

Franklin [h. 230 Bridge 

Donovan John J., upholsterer, G2G Main, 
Donovan John F., upholsterer (13. L h. 230 

Bridge ' [1234 do. 

Donovan John A., clerk 10 Cambridge, h. 
Donovan John J., asst. photographer, bds. 

79 Pleasant 
Donovan Kate,*wid. of James, h. Xorth 
Donovan Mary, widow of Timothy, h. 03 

Gore 
Donovan Michael, currier Dudley 
Donovan Michael, piano polisher, 20 

Albany, h. 35 Brookline 
Donovan Michael, laborer, h. 12 East 
Donovan Michael, laborer 109 Gore, b. 1 

McCabe [blk.. Washington 

Donovan Nora, "wid. of John, h. 4 liogers 
Donovan Patrick, laborer, b. 31 Ea<t 
Donovan Patrick, bds. 41 Blackstone 
Donovan Patrick, laborer, h. 11 Hayes ct. 
Donovan Thomas, currier Miller Bros. 
Donovan Thomas, hostler Camb. K. Co. 
Donovan Thomas, laborer, h. 20 Decatur 
Donovan Thomas, laborer, h. 50 DeWolf 
Donovan Thos. P.. teamster Riverside Oil 

Works, bds. 141 Otis 
Donovan Timothy, movider, h. 70 Wash. 
Donovan Timothy, lab., h. 1.34 Charles 
Donovan Timothy, lab., h.' 20 Carson 
Donovan Timothy, house 00 Xorth 
Donovan Timothy jr., core maker, house 

7u Washington 
Donovan Timothy H., liquors. 32 Cam- 
bridge, house "57 Vine 
Donovan Timothy jr., lab., b. 1 >4 Charles, 
Donovan Wm., cooper, b. 12 McCabe 
Donovan Wm., lab., house 230 Bridge 
Donovan Wm., teamster, house 33 Jay 
Donovan Wm. F., bookkeeper, N. E. Glass 

Works, North, c. Water, bds. 230 

Bridge 
Doody John, teamster, 9 Sparks house 259 

Mt. Auburn 
Doody Mary, widow of John, b. 9 Sparks 
Doogan Michael, hostler, h 8 Baldwin st ct 
Doolen John, painter, bds. 23 Brewery 
Dooley Catherine, widow, house 198 Bridge 
Dooley Edmund, blac smith, 19 Gore, 

house 121 do. 
Dooley Ellen, widow of Thos., h. 4^ Wash 
Dooley John, blacksmith, house 123 Third 
Dooley John, boiler maker, 92 Main, house 

GO Charles 
Dooley Lizzie, widow of Patrick, h 27 Vine 
Dooley Mary, widow of James, house 200 

Bridge [07 Moore 

Dooley Patrick, horse shoer, 430 Main, h. 
Dooley Patrick, gardener, h. 14 Hancock 
Dooley Wm. H., glass blower. N. E. Glass 

Co., house 31 Winter 
Dooley Wm. H., painter, bds. 200 Bridge 
Dooling Frank J., salesman (Somerville), 

bds. 44 Seventh 



Dooling Sylvester J., carpeuter C. H. ■» 

North's, house 44 Seventh ^} 

Dooner Margaret, wid of Thos., house 2 £} 

Simond's block, DeWolf ^5 

Doore Jas. E., carpenter, house 152 Pearl — 

Dooris Ellen, widow, house 84 Fifth 
Dooris Frank H.. brass finisher, b. 84 Fifth ^y- 
Dooris John S., lab. 57 Cambridge, bds. 24 ^ 

Winter W 

Doran Caroline E. Mrs., teacher Putnam __. 

grammar school, h. r. 90 Gore ^"^ 

Doran Charles, lab., house 12 Harding £^ 

Doran Edward L., trav salesman, house ^ 

Ellery «- 

Doran Francis, machinist, b. 12 Harding « 

Doran John. lab. (B.), bds. 12 Harding 
Doran John M., trav. salesman, b. 13 Sparks 
Doran Mark, gardener, bds. Wm. W. Ed- 
gar's. Fresh Pond laee 
Doran Mark, gardener. T. W. Dee, Mt. Au- 
burn, opposite Mt Auburn cemetery, 

bds. do. 
Doran Michael, fireman pumping house C. 

W. W., Lake View av.. h. 5 Clay 
Doran Patrick, bds. 90 Gore 
Doran Wm. P.. glass maker, h. 25 Gore 
Dore Henry A., provisions, 055 Main, house 

8 Brookline 
Dore, see Dorr 

Dorgan John, lab., house 44 North 
Dority Marg ret A. Miss, labeler, 31 Elm, 

house at Somerville 
Dormai Elizabeth M., widow of Joseph, 

house 44 Shepherd 
Dorman Mrs., variety store, 835 Main, h. do 
Dormer Chas. E.. reed maker, 102 Broad- 
way, house 97 Otis 
Dormer Edwin, blacksmith, 18 Cambridge, 

house 97 Otis 
Dorney Daniel, fireman pumping house C. 

W. W.', Lake View avenue, house 

Cashing, c. Cushing ct. 
Dorr Clifford E. Mrs., house 7 Cottage 
Dorr Cornelius, flour (3 Commercial, B.), 

house 200 North avenue 
Dorr George, expressman, b. 80 School 
Dorr John, baker, house 19 Pine 
Dorr Lester M., clerk (48 South, B.), bds. 

334 Harvard 
Dorr Moses, flour (30 Commerce, Boston), 

house 334 Harvard 
Dorr Wm.. at Am. Rubber Co. 
Dorson Patrick, teamster, 12 Cambridge, 

house 1 Linehan's block, Third 
; Doseau Julian, lab., h. New. near F. R.K. 
Dougan Jane, widow of Thomas, house 10 

Beaver 
Dougherty Frank, cabinet maker, 44 

Cambridge, house Decatur 
Dongherty John, galfer N. E. Glass Co. 
Doughty Ira. carpenter, house 143 Main 
! Douglass Charles IL, clerk (57 Foundry, 



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Hanover B.), bds. 18 Howard 
Douglass James C, cabinet make , 384 

Main, house 23 Park 
Douglass Mary J., widow of Harrison, 

house 18 Howard 
Douglass Robert, house 24 Columbia 
Donglass Robert J., herdic driver (B.), 

house 65 Gore 
Douglass Wm. G., carpenter, h. 73 Wash. 
Dove Wm., at Am. Rubber Co., rooms 167 

Broadway 
Dover Stamping Co., mnfrs. tinners fur 

nishing eroods, factory, 154 Putnam av. 

store (88 and 90 North, B.) 

DOW, DAVIS & CO. (John C. 
Dow, Edwin F. Davis and Fred 
Dow), fertilizers, poultry supplies, 
etc. 220 Portland and 14 Chatham, 
B.) 
Dow Forrest E., box maker, 3 Hampshire 

bds. 476 Cambridge 

Dow Fred (Dow, Davis & Co.), fertilizers, 

220 Portland and (13 and 14 Chatham, 

B.), bds. 35 Tremont 

Dow Jas. A., physician, 23 Magazine, h. do 

Dow John B., box maker, 3 Hampshire, 

house 476 Cambridge 
Dow John C. (Dow, Davis & Co.), fertili- 
zers, etc., 220 Portland and (13 and 14 
Chatham, B.), house 35 Tremont 

DOW JO II IN E., steam carpet clean- 
er (6 Brighton av., B.), h. 15 Fair- 
mont [111^ Winsor 
Dow Lyman O., butter and eggs, house 
Dow Marcellus I., apothecary, 169 Pearl, 

house 50 Hamilton [24 Inman 

Dow Mary A., widow of Benjamin, house 
Dow Warren H., box maker, State, cor. 

Osborn. house 27 Pine 
Dow Wm. L., express, 25 Central square, 

office (77 Kingston, B.), boards 156 

Hampshire 
Dowd Charles, car repairer Cambridge R. 

Co., Dunster, house 9 Brewster 
Dowd Eliza A., widow of Wm, J., house 21 

Lawrence 
Dowd John, butcher, bds. 198 Cambridge 
Dowd Wm. H., piano action maker, 113 

Broadway, bds. 9 Brewer 
Dowey Ann E., widow of Thomas, house 8 

Camden place [cemetery, h. May 

Dowey Thomas, teamster Mount Auburn 
Downe Frank H., telephone (B.), bds. 16 

William [16 William 

Downe Rufus S., insurance agent, house 
Dowries Edward, teamster, Rhoades build- 
ing, State, h. r. 17 Pine 
Downes Frank W., painter, h. r. 69 Moore 
Downey Bartholomew, laborer, 169 Gore, 

h. 24 Hunting [Hunting 

Downey Daniel, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 24 
Downer Dennis, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 106 

Tremont [423 Cambridge 

Downey Jeremiah, city laborer, house rear 



Downey John, grocer, 13 Porter, h. do. 
Downey John, laborer, h. 179 Main 
Downey J., conductor Camb. R. Co. [do. 
Downey Mortimer, grocer, 37 Warren, h. 
Downey Thomas, at American Tube Works 

(Somerville), bds. 13 Sparks 
Downey Wm., laborer, bds. 164 Gore 
Downing Almeda R. Mrs., dressmaker, 563 

Main, h. 9 Norfolk [9 Norfolk 

Downing A., inspector, 139 Broadway, bds. 
Downing Daniel F., at Cambridge Gas. Co., 

house 67 Brattle [32 Foster 

Downing Dennis, traveling salesman, house 
Downing Edward, leather (75 South, B.), 

house 45 Walden 
Downing Edward H., clerk (201 Washing- 
ton, B.), bds. 45 Walden 
Downing Elizabeth Miss, nurse, h. 5 Laurel 
Downing Geo., brush maker, 124 Harvard, 

house 159 Thorndike 
Downing Jeremiah, janitor Cambridge 

Casino, house 94 Brattle 
Downing John, laborer, house 32 Charles 
Downing Justin, carpenter, h. 3 Williams 
Downing Leander, driver, bds, 83 Columbia 
Downing Lucy A. Miss, teacher Wash. 

grammar school, bds. 31 Mt. Pleasant 
Downing Mary, wid. of Thos., h, 5 Laurel 
Downing Samuel H., salesman (28 Pearl, 

B.), bds. 45 Walden 
Downing Theodore, currier, foot of Eustis 

ct., house 31 Mt. Pleasant 
Dowsing Henry V., sawyer, 113 Broadway, 

house 111 Allston [h. 34 Auburn 

Dowsing Wm., varnisher, 162 Broadway, 
DoAvsing Wm., organ maker, 162 Broad- 
way, bds. 34 Auburn [Spring 
Doyle Albert J., carver (B.), house 73 
Doyle Catherine, widow of John, house 262 

Franklin 
Doyle Daniel, hostler, h. 32 Banks 
Doyle Edmund, helper, 599£ Main, bds. 

at Watertown 
Doyle Ellen, wid. of Patrick, h. 140 Dublin 
Doyle Francis M., varnisher, h. 127 Web- 
ster avenue 
Dovle James E., driver, Fairbanks & Neale 

" (Howard, B.), h. 36 Second 
Doyle John, trackman Cambridge R. Co., 

house 20 South 
Doyle John, laborer, h 
Doyle John, laborer, h 
Doyle John, laborer, 

Works, house 32 Auburn 
Doyle John, 126 Portland, h 

block, Bristol 
Doyle John, carpenter, house 
Doyle Martin, ho6tler Camb. 

vard stable, h. 56 Boylston 
Doyle Mary E., widow, house 8 Blanche 
Doyle Michael, conductor, b. 262 Franklin 
Doyle Michael, laborer, house 3 Foster 
Doyle Michael J., liquors, 213 Cambridge 

and baker, 215 do., house 213 do. 
Doyle Owen, laborer, bds. 4 Allston 



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Doyle Patrick, police, station 1, house 81 

Concord avenue 
Doyle Patrick J. , gents' furnishing goods, 

cigars, etc. 16 Boylston, h. 5 Foster 
Doyle Peter H., clerk Prospect House 596 

Main, b. do. 
Doyle Richard, h. 5 Foster 
Doyle Richard F., pressman University 

Press, house 10 Magazine Court 
Doyle Sarah, widow of Edward, variety 

store 19 Cowperthwaite, h. do. 
Doyle Theresa Miss, dressmaker, house 

17 Flagg [R. Co. 

Dovle T., hostler Murray St. stable, Camb. 
Doyle Thos., lab., h. 113 Third 
Doyle Thos., painter, b. 449£ Main 
Doyle T F.. conductor Camb. R. Co., h. r. 

52 Spruce [h. 80 Otis 

Doyle Wm. E., florist (43 Tremont, B.), 
Drake Andrew J., clerk (518 Wash., B.), 

h. 10 Ash 
Drake F. G., stenographer, Palmer, corner 

Brattle, house do. 
Drake Geo. A., machine hand 162 Broad- 
way, boards 22 Suffolk 
Drake Geo. G., painter, h. 1 Lamson Place 
Drake Geo. W., foreman of varnishers 162 

Broadway, h. 17 William 
Drake Harry B., student H. U., b. 16 Ash 
Drake James, carpenter 113 Broadway, h. 

4 Eaton [Harvard 

Drake John Warren, boxmaker, boards 125 
Drake J. Warren, boxmaker State, corner 

Osborn, boards 25 Harvard 
Drake L. P., clerk Revere Sugar Refinery, 

Water [Ash 

Drake Louis S., clerk (206 State, B.), b. 16 
Drake Margaret, widow of Geo. F., house 

58 Columbia 
Drake M. Wesley, book-keeper (99 Cause- 
way, B.), house 22 Suffolk 
Drake Ruth S., widow of Wm., house 4 

Rogers block, Main 
Draper Albert J., brass finisher Otis, near 

First, rooms 57 Fourth 
Draper Daniel A. (F. Draper & Co.), Otis, 

near First, h. Ill Thorndike 
Draper Francis (F. Draper & Co.), Otis, n. 

First, h. at Boston 
Draper Francis H., solderer Otis, n. First, 

boards 111 Thorndike 
Draper Frank L., machinist 72 Main, h. at 

Somerville 
Draper F. & Co. (Francis and Daniel A. 

Draper), britannia ware mnfrs., Otis, 

near First 
Draper Joseph, brass finisher Otis, near 

First, boards 111 Thorndike 
Draper Louise L. Mrs., h. 67 River 
Draper Lucius 1)., salesman (10 Com- 
mercial, B.), h. 10 White 
Draper Martin Jr., book-keeper National 

Bank of North America (106 Franklin, 

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Draper Mary A., widow of Daniel 

11 Avon 
Draper Warren M., clerk (62 South, B.), 

boards 292 North Avenue 
Draper Wm. B., salesman (277 Wash., B.), 

house 11 Avon 
Drawn Chas., 162 Broadway, b. 214 Camb. 
Drea John, laborer 169 Gore, b. 5 Ninth 
Drea Karen, laborer 169 Gore, b. 5 Ninth 
Drennan Chas. H., tinsmith, boards Por- 
ter's Hotel 
Dresselly John, bookbinder Riverside 

Press rooms 26 Jay 
Dresser Edwin, pres. Camb'p't Diary Co. 

105 Magazine, h. Raymond, near Lin. 

naean 
Dresser John, laborer, b. 102 Fourth 
Dresser Mary L. Mrs., music teacher, h. 

589£ Main 
Dresser Sumner, stationer (Devonshire, 

B.\ house Raymond 
Drew Abbie, wid. of John R., h. 26 Howard 
Drew Albert V., painter, b. 19 Sidney 
Drew Carrie E. Mrs., at Riverside Press, 

h. 1 Pond Place 
Drew Frederick D., piano polisher 20 Al- 
bany, house 114 Auburn 
Drew Geo. A., carpenter, b. 19 Sidney 
Drew Geo. C. Jr., h r. 189 Hampshire 
Drew Geo. W., 162 Broadway, house at 

Boston 
Drew James N., patternmaker 356 Main, 

house at East Boston 
Drew John, carpenter, h. 19 Sidney 
Drew Joseph L., gold beater (3 Province 

Ct., B.), h. 19 Jay 
Drew Silas S., dry goods (15 Tremont Row, 

B.), house 122 Oxford 
Drew Wilburt S., clerk 153 North Av., h. 

at Somerville [Cherry 

Drinan Annie M. Miss, slipper maker, h. 26 
Drinan T. Frank, candy worker 243 Broad- 
way, h. 26 Cherry 
Drinan Louisa M. Miss, h. 26 Cherry 
Drinan M. Josephine Miss, saleswoman 

(B.), h. 26 Cherry 
Drinkwater Perez G., upholsterer (103 

Wash., B.), h. Crescent Ave. 
Driscoll Dennis, carpenter, h. 23 Vine 
Driscoll Florence, painter, h. 70 Gore 
Driscoll Geo. H., painter, b. 70 Gore 
Driscoll James, charcoal, h. 40 Gore 
Driscoll John, laborer, h. 23 Hayes Ct. 
Driscoll John, teamster, h. 26 Decatur 
Driscoll John C, polisher 203 Bridge, bds. 

177 Camb. 
Driscoll John H., waiter Memorial Hall, 

rooms 9 Baldwin Ct. 
Driscoll Michael J., currier, b. 7 Cedar 
Driscoll Michael, driver Camb. R. Co., h. 

47 Cedar 
Driscoll Michael, lab., h. 46 Reed [do. 

Driscoll Patrick, teamster 28 Bridge, h. 26 
Driscoll Thos., laborer, 28 Bridge,h.lo2do. 



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Driver Stephen W., physician, h. and of- 
fice 5 Farwell plaae 
Drohan Daniel, blacksmith Camb. R. Co., 

201 Main. h. 64 Broadway [ton 

Drolet Augustine, carpenter, h. 207 Apple- 
Drolett Joseph, brick maker, h. 100 Dublin 
Drolett Ovid, brickmaker, at Parry Bros. 

& Co., Raymond 
Drown Chas., organ varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, b. 2 Eighth 
Drown Chas. P., watchman Camb. R. Co., 

Eighth street stable, b. 168 Thorndike 
Drown Mary A. Mrs., h. 16STh:rndike 
Drum James laborer, h. Crescent av. n. 

Hewes Pottery 
Drum Margaret Miss, assistant Orphans' 

Home, Avon Hill, b. do. 
Drummey Win. , laborer, h. 13 Water 
Drummey Win. jr., moulder, b. 13 Water 
Drummond Cornelius H., steward, bds. 27 

Blanche [Blanche 

Drummond David S., spar maker, bds. 27 
Drummond Dominick, lithographer River- 
side Press, h. 13 Er e 
Drummond John E.,b. 27 Blanche 
Drummond John H., laborer, h. 27 Blanche 
Dube Octave, surveyor, h, 3 Rogers blk., 

Main 
Dubeau Arthur, farmer, 137 Dublin 
Ducett John W. , pressman University Press 

rms. 44 Mt. Auburn 
Ducey Lawrence J., sergeant police station 

2, h. 31 Tremont 
Duchemin Frank R. , skating rink manager, 

(Natiek), b. 8 Norfolk 
Duclos Lewis, brick maker, h. 52 Spruce 
Duddy Edward, stone cutter, 41 Main, h. 5 

Laurel 
Duddy Edward Jr., stone-cutter, 29 Main, 

b. 5 Laurel [way 

Duddy Patrick J., stone-cutter, b. 10 Broad- 
Dud ly Thomas, laborer, h. rear 123 Elm 
Dudley Augustus W., shoemaker, b. 59 

Franklin 
Dudley Charles F. book-keeper 

h. 157 Camb. 
Dudley Elizabeth 
Dudley Ellen M. Miss 

b. 10 Tremont 
Dudley Emma Miss, collar maker, 10 Arrow 
Dudley Francis E., butcher, h. 310 North 

avenue [River 

Dudley George, upholsterer, h. 28 Charles 
Dudley George S., police, station 2, h. 115 

Washington 
Dudley John Mrs., h. 81 Winsor 
Dudley Julia, wid. of Win., h. r. 60 River 
Dudlev Levi S., section master, B. & L. R. 

R., h. 19 Rice [7 Douglas 

Dudley Lucy B., widow of Joseph W., h. 
Dudlev Mary A. C, widow of Willard, h. 

20 Tremont 
Dudlev Mary E. Miss, b. 17 Dunster 



168 Gore, 
[Dunster 
widow of Harrison, h. 17 
saleswoman (B.), 



Dudley Moses, billiards, 115£ Camb., h. 49 
Fifth 

DUDLEY SANFOBD H., coun- 
sellor (95 Milk, r. 71 B.), h. 1 Avon 
place, off Avon hill street 

DUDLEY WABBEX P., lawyer 
(95 Milk, joom 71, and sec. civil 
service com. State House, B.), h. 17 
Dunster [mont 

Dudley Wm. B., trav. salesman h. 10 Tre- 
Dueuncke Albert, instructor gilding dept. 

State Prison (Chas'n), h. r. 168 Camb. 
Duff James (James Duff & Son), 12 Gore, 

h. at Somerville 
Duff James P. , b. 69 Third 
Duff James & Son (James and John J. 

Duff), spring mnfrs., 12 Gore 
Duff John, cooper, h. 31 Harding 
Duff John J. (James Duff & Son), 12 Gore 

h. at Somerville 
Duff Margaret, wid. of James, h. 69 Third 
Duffle Wm.. engineer (413 Washington, 

B.), h. 378 Camb. [Fourth 

Duffy Catherine, widow of Michael, h. 6 
Duffy Edward, clerk 10 Harvard row, b. at 

Somerville [mont 

Duffy George, tinsmith, 525 Main, h. Tre- 
Duffy Geocge, tinman, b. 42 Fairmont 
Duffy Henry J., printer, b. 30 Hancock 
Duffy Hugh, safe maker. 17 Main 
Duffy James, coal and wood, 323 Camb., h. 

116 Webster avenue 
Duffy James J., laborer, h. Fifth, corner 

Charles 
Duffy James L. , printer, h. 30 Hancock 
Duffy James R., second-hand clothing, 202 

Camb., h. do. [Hancock 

Duffy James V., clerk, 587 Main, bds. 30 
Duffy John, laborer, h. Jordan place 
Duffy John, brass finisher, b. Fifth, corner 

Charles [Brookline 

Duffy John, fireman, 502 Main, h. rear 89 
Duffv John, laborer, h. r. 382 Camb. 
Duffv John F,, clerk (B.). b. 30 Hancock 
Duffy J. J., driver Camb. R. Co. 
Duffy Leo, laborer, H. U. Yard. h. 77 Con- 
cord are. 
Duffy Michael, engineer C. EL North & Co. 

(Somerville), h. 188 Winsor 
Duffv Michael, fireman Camb. G. L. Co., 

h. 18 McCabe 
Duffy Owen E., laborer, h. 3 Cogswell pi 
Duffy Peter, laborer, h. 3 Jefferson 
Duffy Peter, laborer, b. 4 Pioneer av. 
Duffy Philip R., driver Charles R. St. R. Co. 
Duffy Stephen, iron moulder, 356 Main, b. 

3 Moore 
Duffy Thomas, lab., house r. 189 Hamp- 

4th door 
Duffy Thomas 
Duffy Thomas 

house at Boston 
Dufur Wm. H., fish market, 116 Ilamp 

shire, house 141 Columbia 



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Dugal Wm., city lab., bds. 57 Spring 
Dugan Charles H., house 4 Summer 
Dugan Edward, mason, house 83 Elm 
Dugan James, harness maker, b. 264 Gore 
Dugan P., truckman Camb. R. Co. 
Dugan Wm., printer (B.), house 188 Green 
Dugan Wm. (Dugan & Rutherford), free 

stone and marble worker, Eirst, near 

Spring, house at Boston 

DUGAN & RUTHERFORD 
(Wm. Dugan and Alexander Ruth- 
erford), free stone and marble work- 
ers, Eirst, near Spring and (35 
Hawley, B.) 
Dngan James, lab., house r. 6 North 
Duggan John, sawyer, 162 Broadway, 

house at Boston [h. 61 Wright 

Duhig Daniel T., printer, University Press 
Duhig John M , pressman University Press 

house 74 Wright 
Duhig Mary A., widow of Michael, house 

80 Hancock 
Dukelow Peter, carpenter, b. 34 Hampshire 
Dukeshar Daniel E., carpenter, 77 Main, 

house 34 Kinniard 
Dukeshar Reuben, confectioner, 150 Broad 

way, boards 34 Kinnaird 
Dulaney Addison, student Ep. Theo. School 

boards Lawrence Hall 
DuLong Reuben/pressman (179 Court, B.), 

house r. 122 Broadway 
Dulls John E., porter, b. 11 Murdock 
Dulls Mary E., widow of Cornelius, house 

11 Murdock 
Dumas Geo. V., sawyer (B.) h. r. 28 Front 
Dumas Romaine, sawyer, bds. 40 Pearl 
Dunbar Charles E., professor of Political 

Economy H. U., house 14 Highland 
Dunbar Erank A., physician 404 Harvard 

and 36 North av., bds. 14 Highland 
Dunbar Geo., teamster, house 110 Charles 
Dunbar George, bds. 14 Highland 
Dunbar James, blacksmith, 354 Cambridge 

house 307 do. 
Dunbar Luther W., carpenter (271 Charles, 

B.), house 7 William 
Dunbar Sarah Miss, house 39 Hastings 
Dunbar Sarah, widow of Obed, house 101 

Western avenue 
Dunbar Thomas G., waiter, h. 75 Harvard 
Dunbar Wm. H., student, b. 14 Highland 
Duncan Anderson, house 27 Hancock 
Duncan John, blacksmith, h. 21 Brookline 
Duncan John, clerk, 25 Central sq., bds. 12 

Pleasant 
Duncan John E., law student, h. 22 Essex 
Dunca Matthew, lab., house 25 Hastings 
Duncan Wm. P., lawyer (172 Washington, 

room 8, B.), house 22 Essex 
Dundard Andrew, confectionery, cigars, 

etc , 426 Cambridge, house do. 
Dunham Charles, machinist, bds. 72 Sixth 
Dunham Edward P., printer, 10 Dunster, 

bds. 852 Main 



Dunham Israel P., house 852 Main 
Dunham J. E., key finisher, 139 Broadway, 

house atMedford 
Dunham Lucy A. Miss, teacher Clinch pri- 
mary school (B.), house 46 Cherry 
Dunlap Annie Miss, at University Press, b. 

91 Columbia 
Dunlap Charles B., student, b. 19 Church 
Dunlap Frederick A., piano action maker, 

113 Broadway, house 82 Washington 
Dunlap Martha Mrs., house 82 Washington 
Dunlap Mossie Miss, at University Press, 

bds. 91 Columbia 
Dunlap Thomas, sawyer, State, c. Osborn 
Dunlea Joanna, widow of Patrick, house 

3 East 

Dunlea John, lab., bds. 3 East 

Dunlea Patrick, cabinet maker, h. 3 East 

Dunleavey John, in Am. Tube Works 
(Somerville), bds. Thos. Meagher's 
Auburn place 

Dunlop Judson, carpenter, b. 9£ Gerry 

Donlop Margaret P., wid. of John, board- 
ing house 410 Harvard 

Dunne Patrick W., harness maker, 565£ 
Main, house at Boston 

Dunne Richard, teamster, 240 Main, house 

4 Pioneer avenue 

Dunn Alexander, bookkeeper Riverside 

Press, house 36£ Tremont 
Dunn Andrew P., collar maker, 10 Arrow, 

house 25 Magazine 
Dunn Bartholomew, lab., 169 Gore, house 

3 Fourth [Fairmont 

Dunn Christena, widow of Thos., house 36 
Dunn Eliza M., hhuse 84 Cambridge 
Dunn James, bds. rear 63 Gore 
Dunn James, plasterer, house 16 Magee 
Dunn Jane, widow of George, h. 15 Hewes 
Dunn John, fireman McLean Asylum (Som- 
erville), house 123 Spring 
Dunn John A. H., wood turner, house 7 

Dinsmore court 
Dunn John, machinist, 92 Main 
Dunn John H., salesman (450 Washington, 

B.), bds. 3 Fourth [47 Vine 

Dunn John P., at 162 Broadway, house 
Dunn Joseph, shoemaker, 20 Boylston, 

house at Somerville 
Dunn Lydia Mrs., house 31 Mill 
Dunn Patrick, lumper, 162 Broadway 
Dunn Patrick H., brass finisher (B v , house 

97 Gore [h. 55 Fourth 

Dunn Patrick T., teamster (Atlantic av. B) 
Dunn Thomas F., tinsmith (B.), boards 72 

Gore 
Dunn Wm., presser* N. E. Glass Works, 

house rear 63 Gore 
Dunn William K., book finisher Riverside 

Press, house 25 Hamilton 
Dunnels George B., lab., house 124 Gore 
Dunnels Jane, wid of Samuel, h. 124 Gore 
Dunning Peter, pressman, 465 Main house 

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ren . [Thorndike 
Dunphy Joseph, laborer, 169 Gore, b. 167 
Dunphy Martin H., book binder, Riverside 

bindery, house 130 Pleasant 
Dunphy William, lab., house 163 Spring 
Dunphy William, core maker, house Spring 
Dupee Arthur, brick maker Parry Bros., 

& Co. 
Dupee Charles S., clerk B. & A. R. R. (B) 

house 24 Pearl [Newton 

Dupee George H., market Porter'sta. h. at 
Dupee Harry, coffin maker, 201 Bridge, 

house at Boston 
Dupee William F., foreman of carpenters, 

169 Gore, house at Arlington 
Durant Nancy P., widow of Reuben, house 

1 Westacott court 
Durant Alexander S., waiter Memorial 

IJ all. house 65 Washington 

UBANT WIL.LIAJI B., hnvyer 
(19 Congress, r. 7, B.), house 9 

Lowell 
Durell Rostro G., last carrier, American 

Rubber Co., bds. 28 Carson 
Durell, see Durrell [Charles River 

Durgin Bridget, widow of Simon, "house 24 
Durgin George W., printer Riverside Press, 

house 208 Harvard 
Durgin G. H., driver Camb. R. Co. 
Durgin Matthew, bookbinder Riverside 

bindery, house 24 Charles River 
Durham Margaret, h. r. 36 Harvard 
Duris Thomas G. J., cooper, b. 63 Brookline 
Darling Alonzo, carpenter, 173 Elm [Otis 
Durling Cecelia, widow of Charles, h. 120 
Durnan John, teamster, h. 248 Franklin 
Durnan Peter P., tailor, 436£ Main, house 

248 Franklin 
Durnan Peter P. Jr., express, 159 Camb., 

and (174 Wash., B.), h. 124 Gore 
Durnan Win., laborer, h. 154 Franklin 
Durno James G., pressman, h. 20 CogsAvell 

avenue [2 Stevens court 

Duross Susan, widow of Terranee, house 
Duroy Charles W., bookbinder, rooms 30 
[73 Thorndike 
widow of O. B., house 
clerk cellar (13 F. H. 
89 Columbia 
Durrell Oliver H., small wares (71 Bedford, 

B.), house 322 Broadway 
Duryee A., at 174 Broadway 
Dustin Betsey A., widow, h. 74 Fourth 
Dutcher Georgianna P., teacher Wyman 

primary school, Spruce, bds. at W. 

Somerville 
Dutton Albert L., milkman, h. 56 Fourth 
Dutton Margaret Mrs., boarding house, 30 

Sidney [rooms 16 Dunster 

Duvey Frank, driver, Lyceum Exchange, 
Dwelley Chas. M., fly-finisher, 162 Broad- 
way, rooms 59 Moore 
Dwight" Henrietta F. Miss, bds. 18 Story 



Western av. 
Durrell Betsey G., 
Durrell Charles P., 

Market, B.), h. 



Dwyer Andrew F., student, bds. r. 11 

Valentine 
Dwyer Edmond, house 238 Broadway 
Dwyer Edward, cutter American Rubber 

Co., house 13 Brewery 
Dwyer Edward, laborer, h. 21 Charles river 
Dwyer Edward Jr., printer, bds. 21 Charles 

river [9 Sixth 

Dwyer Edward H., harness maker, house 
Dwyer Edward H. Jr., clerk, bds. 9 Sixth 
Dwyer James, cutter American Rubber Co. 
Dwyer James, iron moulder, bds. 1 Wash. 
Dwyer Jane, widow, h. r. 11 Valentine 
Dwyer John, laborer, bds. 21 Charles River 
Dwyer John, laborer, house 35 Banks 
Dwyer John, leather (248 Congress, B ), 

house 118 Pearl [h. 38 Howard 

Dwyer John, hairdresser, (10 Federal, B.), 
Dwyer John, teamster, bds. 13 Foster 
Dwyer John C, tinsmith, h. 50 Amory 
Dwyer John E., studeut, bds. 118 Pearl 
Dwyer John L., painter, bds. r. 170 Norfolk 
Dwyer John S., painter, h. r. 170 Norfolk 
Dwyer John T., clerk Camb. R. Co., 3 Har- 
vard square, bds. r. 27 Gore 
Dwyer J. C, conductor Cambridge R. Co. 
Dwyer J. F., shipper, 502 Main 
Dwyer Margaret, widow of Jeremiah, house 

r. 27 Gore [Boylston 

Dwyer Matthew, laborer, house rear 38 
Dwyer Matthew, blacksmith Camb. R. Co., 

house 23 Spruce [Co,, h. 13 Foster 

Dwyer Michael, teamster Cambridge R. 
Dwyer Patrick, laborer, house 35 Banks 
Dwyer Patrick, shipper, 502 Main 
Dwyer Robert F., cooper, h. 175 Camb. 
Dwyer Thomas, laborer, bds. 63 Sixth 
Dwyer Thomas F., editor (106 Sudbury, 

B.), bds. 238 Broadway 
Dwyer Warren W., salesman, bds. 9 Sixth 
Dwyer Wm. E., clerk, bds. 9 Sixth 
Dyar Charles AV., musical editor Daily 

Globe (238 Washington, B.), house 21 

Summer [126£ Green 

Dyer Charlotte T., wi . of Leighton W., h. 
Dyer Edward M-, engineer (1 Hamilton, 

B.), house 176 Cambridge 
Dyer Edward P., clerk, 509 Main, rooms 

47 Franklin 
Dyer Elizabeth, widow, h. 172 North av. 
Dyer F. AV., inspector, 139 Broadway, bds. 

8 Village [way, h. 4!) Market 

Dyer George F., action maker, 162 Broad- 
Dyer James, laborer, house 3, r. 18 Sparks 
Dyer John, at F. A. Kennedy's, rooms 47 

Franklin " [h. 8 Village 

Dyer Joseph, piano maker, 20 Albany, 
Dyer J., inspector, 139 Broadway, bds. 8 

Village 
Dyer Maria, widow of John E.,h. 8 Village 
Dyer Maria L., wid. of George W.,h. 56 Erie 
Dyer Mary C, widow, house 40 Market 
Dyer Randolph A., cabinet maker (Smith 

Organ Co., B.), house 42 Market 



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Dyer Simeon D., boots and shoes (133 Fed- 
eral, B.), h. Mt. Pleasant, 5th on right 
from Walden [7 Rogers block, Main 

Dyer Thomas, stone cutter, 53 Main, house 

Dynan Martin, liquors, 329 Camb., h. do. 

Dynan, see Dinan 

EADIE JOHN, grocer, 281 Broadway, h. 

28 Elm [216 Franklin 

Eagan Delia A. Miss, dressmaker, house 
Eagan Margaret, widow of James, house 

97 Pearl 
Eagan Patrick, laborer, bcls. 92 Third 
Eagan Thomas, laborer, h. 14 Watson 
Eagan A\ r m., at 203 Bridge, h. at Boston 
Eagan, see Egan, also Aigin 
Eager Edmund, peddler, h. 105 Spruce 
Eagleson Thomas C, laborer, h. 27 Grant 
Eagleson, see Eggleston [98 Concord av. 
Eames Carrie F. Miss, compositor, boards 
Eames F. J., at Cambridge Railway Co., re- 
pair-shop, Dunster 
Eames Henry H. Mrs., h. 98 Concord av. 
Eames H. Etta Miss, book-keeper (1G9 Tre- 

mont, Boston), boards 98 Concord av. 
E mes James H., house 30 Pearl 
Eames Joseph E., house 89 Concord avenue 
Eames Sarah A., widow o c L. J., house 74 

Pleasant 
Eames Thomas II., house 99 Concord av. 
Earl Henry, pressman University Press, h. 

11 Revere 
Earl Walter, painter, house 109 Allston 
Earl William, fish (30 Commercial wharf, 

Boston), house 63 Oxford 
Early Cormick, polisher, house 79 Hastings 
Early John, boot-maker, 15 Brown, h. do. 
Early Sarah Miss, dressmaker, house 131 

Pleasant [Friend, B.), h, 31 Union 

Easly Christopher, fish-rod maker (40 
East Cambridge Five Cents Savings Bank, 

80 Cambridge 
East Cambridge Post-office, 129 Cambridge 
East Cambridge Station Boston and Lowell 

Railroad, foot Third [Squire's ct. 

East John W., teamster, -169 Gore, house 1 
Easter Frederick N., blacksmith, 355 North 

avenue, house 24 Rice 
Easter Robert S., blacksmith, 355 North 

avenue, house 15 Rice [av., b. 15 Rice 
Easter William A., carriagesmith, 355 North 
Easterbrook Annie B. Mrs., dressmaker, h. 

22 Mill 
Eastabrook Edward E., mason, h. 22 Mill 
Easterbrooks Moses P., at American Rub- 
ber Co., house 12 Berkshire place 
Eastman Charles E., janitor Holyoke 
House, house do. [way, h. 3 Soden 

Eastman Frank C, reed-maker, 162 Broad- 
Eastman George, supt. Boston Diatite Co. 

(Charlestown), house 12 Arlington 
Eastman George W., clerk (23 Union, B.), 

rooms 14 Pleasant 
Eastman John, carpenter, h. 5 Ashburton pi. 



Easton Thomas H., granite-cutter, Gore's 
wharf, Third, house 50 Market 

Eaton Bertha L., book-keeper, 154 North 
avenue, boards 11 Forest 

Eaton Charles, plumber, bds. 18 Farwell pi. 

Eaton Charles F., cigars C 177 Court, B/;, 
house 8 Essex 

Eaton Charles S., salesman C. H. North A 
Co. (Somerville), house 55 Gore 

Eaton Edward H., clerk, 617 Main, house 
32 Western avenue 

Eato . Eliza A. Mrs., house 14 Bath 

Eaton Elvira M. Mrs., millinery and dress- 
making, 195 North avenue, house 27 
Cogswell avenue 

Eaton Emma P. Mrs., teacher at Washing- 
ton grammar school, boards 15 Sumner 

Eaton Helena V., teacher Reed-street pri- 
mary school, boards 13 Walden 

Eaton Henry C, book-keeper American 
Rubber Co., house 144 Spring 

Eaton Jacob, house 8 Winsor [at B. 

Eaton John J., cook, Memorial Hall, house 

Eaton Joseph L. 11,, butcher, house 6 Rice 

Eaton Lottie E. F. Miss, French cleansing, 
564 Main, house do. [Winsor, h. do. 

Eaton Marion E. Mrs., dressmaker, 72 

Eaton Osgood, organ-tuner, 162 Broadway, 
house at Reading 

Eaton Warren A., police, station 2, house 
511 Cambridge [15 Farwell pi. 

Eaton Woodman, apprentice, 8 Brattle, b. 

Eaton W. S., polisher, 139 Broadway, house 
150 Hampshire 

Eayes Albert H., apothecary, 209 Broad- 
way, house at Jamaica Plain 

Eayes, see Ayres and Ayers [Winsor 

Eberhardt Jacob J., book-binder, house 49 

Ecker Leopold, shoemaker (62 Sudbury, 
Boston), house 5 Union 

Eckert Valentine, janitor, Beck Hall, h. do. 

Edberg John M., wood-carver, rooms 88 
Thorndike [Lambert av. 

Eddy Eliza, widow of Lauriston, house 5 

Eddy George F., carpenter, boards 5 Lam- 
bert avenue 

Eddy I. W. Mrs., house 715 Cambridge 

Eddy, see Eadie [b. 12 Douglass 

Edgar David R., watchmaker, 637 Main, 

Edgar John S., cabinet-maker, Woodbury 
building, Otis, house 36 Winsor 

Edgar William W., gardener T. W. Dee, h. 
Fresh Pond lane, corner Mount Auburn 

Edge Philip J., hairdresser, 445 Main, rms. 
do. 

Edgerly Daniel AV., special examiner U. 
S. pension offiice (Post-office building, 
Boston), house 84 Green [do. 

Edgerly D. Mark, physician, 84 Green, h. 

Edgerly Martha, widow of Samuel S., h. 
225 Franklin [house 13 Third 

Edgerly William A., carpenter (Arlington), 

Edgett Reuben, carpenter, house 353 Pearl 



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Edgeworth Susan Mrs., dressmaker, 110 

Otis, boards do. [ w &y, n - 48 Clark 

Edginton William H., sawyer. 1G2 Broad- 
Edman George safe maker, 17 Main, h. 

157 do. [h. 11 Fourth 

Edmands Clarence, polisher (48 Canal, B.), 
Edmands Harrv C., clerk (19 Commercial, 

. B.), b. 81 Oxford 
Edmanda J. Rayner, asst. at Observatory, 

h. 46 Coucord ave. 
Edmanda Letica, widow of Samuel, h. 33 

Washington 
Edmands Mary, widow, h. 41 School pi. 
Edmanda Martha A. Mrs., h. 29 Avon 
Edmanda Millie M., widow of Samuel P., 

h. 11 Oxford 
Edmanda P., 171 Broadway 
Edmands Samuel J., moulder, h. 33 Wash. 
Edmonds James (Edmonds & Hay den), 

carpenter, 52 Camb.. h. 107 do. 
Edmunds Peter, laborer, 113 Broadway, h. 

11 Hunting 
Edmonds & Hay den (James Edmonds and 

Robert Hayden), carpenters, 52 Camb. 
Edmundson Eetitia, widow of Samuel, h. 

33 Washington [Wash. 

Edmundson Samuel J., moulder, house 33 
Edson Edward B., bookbinder (B.), h. 23 

Cherry 
Edson EmmaC. Miss. teacher Corlett gram- 
mar school, b. at Boston 
Edson Frank A., painter, h. 21 Green 
Edson Geo. A., driver (99 Sudbury, B.), 

b. 103 Harvard 
Edwards Charles, waiter Memorial Hall. 

h. 17 Flagg 
Edwards Clias. D., hostler, h. 41 Hastings 
Edwards Frank P., clerk (B.),b. 37 Spruce 
Edwards George, clerk, 126 Inman,b. 116 

Columbia 
Edwards George B., machinist, 356 Main 
Edwards Henry T., machinist 174 Broad- 
way, h. at Charlestown 
Edwards Herbert, clerk (B.), b. 37 Spruce 
Edwards Jas. A., laborer, b. 23 Hunting 
Edwards John, hairdresser (B.), rms. 102 

Harvard 
Edwards John H., teamster, h. 4 Grant 
Edwards Joseph S., b. 1 Divinity ave. 
Edwards Lewis A., surveyor, 603 Main, b. 

37 Spruce 

laborer, bds. 23 Hunting 
S., produce (15 Black- 
37 Spruce 
widow of Orrin, h. 43 



Edwards Michael 
Edwards Russell 

stone, B.), h 
Edwards Sarah E 

Fourth 
Edwards Thomas J., foreman 

kers at Amer. Rubber Co 

shire, c. Plymouth 
Edwards Truman G., asst. bookkeeper 

Devonshire, B.), h. 117 Auburn 
Edwards Wellington, laborer, 91 Broad 

way. 1). 94 Webster av. 
Edwards William, pedler, h. 23 Hunting 



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Edwards Win. J., painter, 16 Boylston, h. 

69i Mt. Auburn 
Egan Ellen, wid. of Martin, h. 216 Franklin 
Egan James E., laborer, b. 97 Pearl 
Egan James F., driver, b. 72 Brookline 
Egan James J., driver, h- 60 Waverly 
Egan John, teamster, b. 72 Brookline 
Egan Margaret, widow of James, \\. 97 

Pearl 
Egan Mary L. Miss, bookkeeper, 7 Har- 
vard sq., b. 216 Franklin 
Egan Michael, teamster, 72 Brookline h. do. 
Egan Michael F., b. 216 Franklin 
Egan Patrick, teamster, 72 Brookline 
Egan Timothy, teamster, b. 72 Brookline 
Egan Wm., printer, b. r. 25 Winter 
Egan, see Eagen, also Aigin 
Egberts William, hostler Camb. R. Co., 

Harvard sq. stable, h. 8 Dinsmore ct. 
Egerton Charles S. (Doane St., B.), b. 137 

Oxford 
Eggleston Chas. H., machinist, house 111 

Norfolk 
Eggleston Joseph, laborer, h. Foster, c. 

Williard 
Egerton Charles E., fruit and confection- 
ery (B.). bds. 132 Harvard 
Eggleston Elizabeth, widow of Lorenzo, 
h. 31 Norfolk [Willard 

Eggleston Joseph, laborer, h. Foster, cor. 
Eggleston Thomas S., tinsmith, 8 Brattle, 

h. Foster, c. Willard 
Eggleston, see also Eagleson 
Eglerton John B., bottler, h. 1 Dickinson 
Eich Christian P., hairdresser, 426 Har- 
vard, h. Clinton 
Eilhower Augustus, confectioner, h. 23 

Flagg, c. Banks 
Eisen Julius, baker, h. 419 Camb. 
Eisermann F., at 17 Main 
EkbergHans, tailor, h. 39l£ Camb. 

EL.A ALFRED (Clarke & Ela) in- 
surance (27 Congress, B.),h.l3 Ash 
Ela Lucia Mrs., h. 13 Ash 

EL,\ RICHARD, agt. Standard 
Turning Works, 131 to 135 Broad, 
way, h. 13 Ash 
Ela Walter, physician, 39 Brattle, h. do. 
Elder George E., carpenter, bds. 6 Mason 
Elder Josie S., widow, h. 25 State 
Elder Samuel, stenographer (234 Devon- 
shire, B.), b. 648 Cambridge 
Elder Samuel, manservant, James W. 

Lovering, h. Cushing, n. Lawn 
Eldred Alice M., widow of Jordan, h. 1 
Seventh [Water 

Eldred George H., brakeman F. P. R.,h.ll 
Eldredge Fred M. Mrs., h. 47 Austin 
Eldredge Henry C, bookbinder (47 Frank- 
lin, B.), b. 119 Green 
Eldredge Seth N., meat cutter house 2 

Rogers block, Main 
Eldredge Thomas P., iron worker, h. 6 
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Eldridge George B., bookkeeper, h. 103 

River [h. do. 

Eldridge Julia Mrs., dressmaker, 18 Upton, 
Eldridge Samuel W., telegraph operator 

(109 State. B.), h. 36 Magazine 
Eldridge Benjamin S., salesman, h. 29 

River [Co. 

Elkins Edward, glass-cutter X. E. Glass 
Elliot George F., proof reader Riverside 

Press, h. at Quincy 
Elliott Charles C, clerk Chas. R. St. R. 

Co., 484: Main. h. at Somerville 
Elliot Frank, clerk (B.), h. 14J Clark 
Eliot Charles, landscape gardener, b. 17 

Quincy 
Eliot Charles W., president H. U., office 5 

University Hall, h. 17 Quincy 
Eliot John, leather belting(199 Devonshire. 

B.), h. 22 Lee 
Eliot Samuel, b. 17 Quincy 
Eliot William S., clerk (199 Devonshire, 

B.), b. 22 Lee 
Eliot, see > Elliot, and Elliott 
Elisha J* Frank, laborer (B.), h. 159 

Broadway 
Elkins Alunzo. traveling salesman(87 Court, 

B.), h. 49 Norfolk 
Elkins Charles H., grocer (121 Brighton, 

B.), h. 78 Dana 
Ellenwood Thomas S., carpenter, h. 2G Elm 
Ellerv Louis, hairdresser, h. r. 186 Green 

ELLIOT CHARLES E., mer- 
chant tailor (419 Washington, B.), 

h. G Mt. Auburn 
Elliot George L., barrel dealer, Gore, h. 33 

Fourth 
Elliot George T., proof reader Riverside 

Press, h. at Quincy 
Elliot Herbert, bookkeeper (150 Charles- 
town, B.), h. 212 Hancock 
Elliot John B., photog apher, h. 15 Wallace 
Elliot Silas H., (A. G. Wks. Co., 8 Pemb. 

Square, B.) rooms G Mt. Auburn 
Elliott Ferdinand, teacher, h. 4 Second st. 
Elliott James, laborer, Amer Rubber Co., 

bds., 14 Plymouth 
Elliott James, drive , Lyceum building, 

Harvard Square, bds. 890 Main 
Elliott James, grinder Amer Rubber Co. 
Elliott, James R., clerk, rooms 79 Pearl 
Elliott Reed, modeller, (Federal B.), bds. 

15 Reed [B.), h. 2 Fourth 

Elliott William J., teamster (93 Broad., 
Elliot William, wheelwright Boylston, cor. ' 

Murray, h. 33 Willard 
Elliott, see Eliot and Elliot 
Ellis Alexander, hackman (129 Eliot, B.), 

h. 18 Market 
Ellis Anson, upholsterer 23 Brattle 
Ellis Benj. W., coal and wood, McDonald's 

wh ., 268 Mt. Auburn, h. 45 Mt. 

Auburn [Mt. Auburn 

Ellis Benj. W. jr., civil engineer, bds. 45 
Ellis David, produce (37 South Market, 
B.). h. 117 North av. 



Ellis D. Frank, produce, (37 South Mar- 
ket, B.), h. 3 Roseland 
Ellis D., Warren, produce (21 Merchants 

row, B.), h. G Walnut av. 
Ellis Edward, apprentice 35G Main 
Ellis Emmons R., produce (50 South Mar- 
ket, B.), h. 87 Xorth av. 
Ellis Frank, at Seavey & Co., Third, h. 
Ellis Frank E., clerk (B.), h. 105 Spring 
Ellis Harriet A., widow of Charles H.. h. 

20 Eighth 

Ellis Harrv, pro uce, (37 South Market, 

B.), bds. 42 North av. [225 do. 

Ellis Herbert W., clerk. 290 Broadwav. b. 

Ellis Hervev D., (13 F. H. Sq., B.), h. 

28 Sidney 
Ellis James J., porter, h. 33 Amory 
Ellis Joanna, widow of Ru olph, h. 105 
Spring [Portland 

Ellis John, box maker, 3 Hampshire, b. 59 
Ellis John G., blacksmith, (B. &. A. R. R., 

B.), h. 87 River 
Ellis John L., agent U. S. & C. express, (F. 

R. R. depot. B.), bds. 18 Eighth 
Ellis J. Russell, produce (50 South Market, 

B.), h. 54 North av 
Ellis Louis A., widow of Samuel, h. 5 

Greenouge av. 
Ellis Mellen F., h. 105 Columbia 
Ellis Myra I. Miss, teacher Harvard gram- 
mar school, bds. 5 Greenough av. 
Ellis Osborne, clerk, h. 105 Columbia 
Ellis Permenas, carpenter, bds. 15 Farwell 
Ellis Ralph J., clerk, bds. 87 River 
Elli3 Sarah, widow of William B., h. 18 

Eighth 
Ellis Stearns R., boarding stable 106 Ox- 
ford and produce (50 South Marked 
B.), h. 22 Forest 
Ellis Theodore, carpenter, h. 105 Spring 
Ellis Thomas F., driver Chas R. St. R. Co., 

bds. 18 Market 
Ellis Timothy J., bookbinder, (47 Franklin, 

B.).bds. 18 Market 
Ellis William, h. 18 Market 
Ellison Charles, clerk, Prospect House, 

595 Main, bds do. 
Ellison Nahum, clerk, h. 77 Pearl 
Ellison Samuel, cooper, h. r. 147 Go e 
Ellison Thomas J., brass polisher, h. 27 

Cambridge 
Ellison Willard, clerk, (Sudbury, B.), h. 

Hotel Wentworth, 9 Essex 
Ellison Willard B., bds. 77 Pearl 
Ellsworth Edwin S., bds. 4G Winthrop 
Elm John L., cabinet maker. 17 Main. bds. 
77 Washington [H.. bds. G Mason 

Elmore Arabella widow of Frederick, W. 
Elmore Cecelia L., wid. of Herbert F., h. G 

Mason 
Elmore Wilfred. M. F., bds. G Mason 
Elsbree James H., compositor, h. 81 River 
Elvin Frank F., architect, Alex. McDonald, 
Mt. Auburn, bds. 10 Brewer [do. 

Elward James, teamster. 169 Gore, h. 145 



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Elward, Thomas, teamster, 1G9 Gore, h. 

151 do. [33 Fourth 

Elwell Mary Elizabeth, wid. of James B., h. 
Elword Edwin, clerk, (3 F. H. Market, B.), 

h. 13 Fourth 
Ehvor Joseph W., rooms 5G Fourth 
Emelo Richard, mariner, bds. 4 Gray pi. 
Emerson Charles, confectioner, 503 Main, 

h. 49 Wright. 
Emerson Frank, h. 100 Hancock 
Emerson Geo. B. carpenter, h. 150 Charles 
Emerson Geo. F., clerk 102 Broadway, h. 

at East Somerville [Charles 

Emerson Geo. H., painter, (B.), bds. 150 
Emerson Henry, h. 4 Mt. Pleasant 
Emerson Helen F., wid. of Geoorge B., 

h. 4 Upton 
Emerson Henry L., trader, h. 10G Allston 
Emerson Mary A., wid. h. 378 Broadway 
Emerson Mary F., Miss, teacher Harvard 

grammer school, bds. 378 Broadway 
Emerson Rosa K., Mrs., h. 5G Putnam av. 
Emerson Thomas H. (B. P. Clark & Co.), 

confectionery, 503 Main, h. 76G do. 
Emerson Thurlow A., broker (B.), h. 19£ 

Lopez [B.), h. 395 Broadway 

Emerson William H., molasses (40 Central, 
Emerton Ephraim, prof. Ecclesiastical 

History, H. U., h. 58 Shepard 
Emery Diantha, house 72 School 
Emery Harriet, widow, bds. 85 Brattle 
Emery John B., salesman (71 Bedford. B.), 

h. 7G0 Main [sq., B.), h. 291 Pearl 

Emery Lindsay N., salesman (14 F. Hall 
Emery Manning, broker (28 State, room 

10, B.), house 15 Buckingham 
Emery Margaret, widow of Henry, house 

13 Webster av. 
Emery Melville T., salesman (14 Faneuil 

Hallsq., B.), h. 291 Pearl 
Emery Nancy R., widow of Samuel, bds. 17 

Shepard [Shepard 

Emery Samuel, tinsmith, GOO Main, h. 17 
Emery Seavev D., provisions (14 Faneuil, 

Hall sq., B.), h. 12 William 
Emery Susan P. Mrs., h. 296 North avenue 
Emery Woodward, lawyer (62 Sears bldg., 

B.), house 1G0 Brattle 
Emmel Charles, carver (B.), h. 128 Otis 
Emmel Wm., carver (B,), bds. 128 Otis 
Emms Wm. T., machinist, 72 Main, bds. 12 

Broadway [North av. 

Emery Susan P., widow of Daniel, h. 296 
Emery Wm. H., printer University Press, 

h. 141 Mt. Auburn [Columbia 

Endicott Henry, office 356 Main, house 38 
Endres George, wood carver, 44 Cambridge, 

house 71 Spring [Co,, bds. 71 Spring 
Endres George F., c nductor Camb. R. 
Engal Stephen, boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 

161 Broadway [161 Broadway 

Engal Thomas, boiler maker, 92 Main, bds. 
England Amos, carpenter, bds. 15 Farwell 

place [place 

England Edward, carpenter, bds. 15 Farwell 



England Wm., boarding house, 15 Farwell 

place 
Engley Wm. F. Mrs., h. 3 r. 41 Norfolk 
English Edward E., glass maker N. E. 

Glass Co., house 29 Winter 
Engquist Emil, iron moulder, b. 4 Hastings 
Engquist Robert, iron moulder, 356 Main 
Ennis Daniel D., machinist B. & L. R. R. 

shop, house 18 Leighton court 
Eno James, brick maker, h. Walden, be- 
tween Dublin and Garden 
Enos Eman, laborer, 3 Hampshire 
Enos Joseph, box maker Hazlett & Under- 
bill, First 
Enos Wm. R., coachman, h. 13 Washington 
Ensign Harsha A. (H. A. Ensign & Co.), pro- 
visions, 3 Brattle, house at Somerville 
ENSIGN H. & CO. (Harsha A. En- 
sign and Walter F. Hay ward), pro- 
visions, 3 Brattle 
Enslin J. Fred, polisher, bds. 125 Harvard 
Enwright Bridget Mrs., house 165 Green 
Enw right Robert, driver Charles R. St. R. 

Co., 

Epps John, hostler Camb. R. Co., h. 42 

Webster avenue [h. 60 Hastings 

Epps John T., hostler C. R. St. R. stable, 

Erath Henry, sausage maker, rooms Fred 

A. Heyer's, Eighth 
Erhardt Rudolph, brass finisher, Otis, near 

First, house 2 Eighth 

Erickson Charles E., safe maker, 17 Main, 

house at Somerville [Washington 

Erickson Christopher, tailor (B.), h. 34 

Erickson Edward, 17 Main, h. 3 Brown's 

block, Third 
Erickson Erick A., car builder, h. 30 Banks 
Erickson F., piano-case maker, 20 Albany 
Erickson Gustaf E., wood carver, 44 Camb., 

house 91 Fourth 
Erickson Louis, machinist, 365 Main, bds, 

at Boston 
Ericsson Eric, cigars, bds. 80 Kirkland 
Eshman Peter, laborer, h. Hilton place 
Eshman Wm., teamster, bds. Hilton place 
Estabrook George A., action maker, 139 

Broadway, house 414 Main 
Estabrook Joseph D., salesman (5Chauncy, 

B.), h. Washington av., n. Arlington 
Estabrook Joseph W., produce ( 7 and 48 

North Market, B.), h. 221 Harvard 
Estabrook, see Easterbrook, also Ester- 
brook 
Estaver Frederick, printer, b. r. 30 Front 
Estaver Wm. A., machinist (50 Bromfield, 
B.), h. r. 30 Front [Rubber Co. 

Esterbrook Moses, calenderer American 
Esterbrook Wm., driver Charles R. St. R. 
Co. [h. 55 Cedar 

Esterbrook Wm., teamster (6 Fulton, B.), 
Estes Ivory P., carpenter, 22 i aimer, house 

34 Ash 
Estes Z. C, at Niles Bros., Concord av. 
Esty Elizabeth Mrs., house 27 Jay 



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Esty Jonathan Rev. (at Transcript office, 

B.), house 96 Hancock 
Etalni Norbut, carpenter, bds. 42 Fairmont 
Etherington Thomas, carpenter, house 65£ 

Western avenue 
Ettinger Isaac, driver A. T. Jenness & Co.'s 

express, house 4 Riverside place 
Eustace Alexaider, peddler, h. 3 Lake 
Eustace Ann, widow of Jas., h. 10 Fourth 
Eustis Abbie B., widow, h. 19 Cottage 
Eustis Alberts. (58 Kilby, B.), h. 21 Forest 
Eustis Frank I. (Gilmore & Eustis), prop. 

Camb. Rolling Mill, 126 Portland, h. 

Bond, cor. Concord avenue 
Eustis George P., bookkeeper American 

Rubber Co., h. at Boston 
Eustis Henry L., Professor of Engineering 

and dean of the Scientific faculty, H. 

U., house 29 Kirkland 
Eustis Henry S., house 29 Kirkland 
Eustis Julian J., clerk Norway Iron Works 

(363 Dorchester av. , B. ) , h. 29 Kirkland 
Evans Charles, cutter American Rubber 

Co. [32 Green 

Evans Chas. H., planer, 113 Broadway, h. 
Evans Elizabeth, widow of Geo., h. 63 Gore 
Evans Elizabeth, widow of John, h. 2 

Jordan place 
Evans George S., chief clerk R. M. S. 

(room 5 P. O. building, B.), h. 49 Mt. 

Auburn [h. Mt. Auburn 

Evans Harry S., hairdresser, 420 Harvard, 
Evans Henry B., provisions (22 Faneuil 

Hall square, B.), h. 106 Inman 
Evans Jesse, bds. 32 Green 
Evans John, teamster, State, cor. Osborn 
Evans John H., teamster, h. 47 Amory 
Evans Louisa, widow of Henry, h. 76 Spring 
Evans Mercy E. Miss, teacher Mason pri- 
mary school, bds. 68 Pleasant 
Evans Richard, gardener, h. 24 Hudson pi. 
Evans Robert D., president American Rub- 

bert Co., Potter, and (59 Franklin, 

B.), house at Boston 
Evans Thos. E., laborer, b. 25 Washington 
Evans William, carriage-trimmer, house 150 

Mount Auburn [way, h. 5 Hilliard pi. 
Evans William, Jr., carpenter, 113 Broad- 
Evans William L., book-keeper (95 Union, 

Boston), house 67£ Western avenue 
Eveleth Dana A., teacher Shepard school, 

boards 5 White [h. 6 North av. 

Eveleth William H., sup L . H. U. grounds, 
Everett Charles Clement, clerk Riverside 

Press, boards at Allston 
Everett Charles C, Bussey Prof, of Theol- 
ogy Harvard University, and Dean of 

the Divinity faculty, house 53 Garden 
Everett Edward F., insurance (Mason's 

building, 1 Liberty square, Boston), h. 

31 Sacramento [William 

Everett Eliza J. Mrs., dressmaker, house 5 
Everett Josiah S., teamster (274 State, B.), 

house 55 Fifth 



Everett Stevens Mrs., house 23 Berkeley 
Everett William A., house 23 Berkeley 
Everitt William, box-maker Hazlett & Un- 
derwood's, First 
Ewell Charles, house 39 Linnaean 
Ewell Charles, action-maker, 139 Broad- 
way, house at Medford 
Ewell Charlotte A. Miss, teacher Agassiz 

school, boards 39 Linnaean 
Ewell James P., key-board maker, 139 

Broadway, house 56 Franklin 
Ewell Thomas B., salesman (27 Winter, 

Boston), house 39 Linnaean 
Ewer Clara G. Mrs., clerk (State House, 

Boston), boards 56 Austin 
Ewer Henrietta Mrs., house 35 Cottage 
Eyre Harriet M., widow of Charles E., 
glove-cleaner, house 10 Blanche 

FABYAN FRANCES MISS, teacher Har- 
vard grammar school, bds. 92.^ Inman 

Fabyan Hattie F. Miss, teacher Allston 
grammar school, boards 92£ Inman 

Fabyan Joshua E., livery-stable, 518 and 
520 Cambridge, house 92^ Inman 

Facey John F., printer Riverside Press, b. 
46 Fairmont [46 Fairmont 

Facey John P., printer Riverside Press, h. 

Fagan James, laborer, h. 28 Charles River 

Fahey Edward, hostler, 677 Main, boards 68 
School 

Fahey James, laborer, house 34 Willow 

Fahey John, laborer American Rubber Co., 
bds. 8 Stevens court [8 Stevens' court 

Fahey Peter, laborer C. H. North's, boards 

Fahey Thomas, driver Charles R. St. R. Co. 

Fahey Thomas, drain-pipe maker, 132 
Main, house 8 Harrison 

Fahy John L., grocer, 120 Third, house do. 

Fairbairn Andrew. S., boards 22 Eighth 

Fairbairn Catherine, widow of John, board- 
ing-house, 22 Eighth 

Fairbairn Georg, H., driver (291 Dorches- 
ter, Boston), boards 22 Eighth [h. do. 

Fairbairn John R., auctioneer, 166 Camb. 

Fairbairn Robert H., p ddler, b. 22 Eighth 

Fairbank Alfred T., clerk (Martin & 
Brewer, Tremont, B.), b. 14 Plympton 

Fairbank Anna C, widow of Elbridge, h. 
14 Plympton [h. 14 Plympton 

Fairbank George E., tailor (Summer, B.), 

Fairbanks Charles H., agent J. Cushing & 
Co., Regent, boards Porter's Hotel 

Fairbanks Edward L. , tinman L. Columbus', 
Cedar, house at West Somerville 

Fairbanks Frank H., clerk Fairbanks & 
Neale's (Howard, B.), h. 89 Norfolk 

Fairbanks John W., American Net and 
Twine Co., Third, and (43 Comnu'r- 
cial, Boston), house 110 North avenue 

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Fairbanks Lewis E., teamster, house 91 
Thorndike 

Fairbanks Martha J., widow of Horatio, h. 

7 Norfolk [110 North avenue 

Fairbanks Sarah H., widow of Nathaniel, b. 
Fairbarn Thoiras, carpenter, house Banks 
Fairborn Marcus M., painter (Boston), bds. 

15 Eighth 
Fairchild John H. Mrs., teacher of drawing 

and painting, house 56 Mount Auburn 
Fairfield Edward T., carpenter, house 73 

Columbia 
Fairfield S. A. Miss, matron kindergarten 

school, 41 Holyoke, boards do. 
Faldey Michael, helper Boston and Lowell 

Railroad shop [135 Pearl 

Fales Antoinetie, widow of Lewis T\, house 
Fales Damon W., salesman (4Bowdoin sq., 

Boston), house 135 Pearl 
Fales Helan H., traveling agent (69 Clin- 
ton, Boston), rooms 31 Norfolk 
Fales Sue B. Mrs., lecturer, house 14 Front 
Fall Edward, provisions, 471 Main, boards 

88 School [112 Spring 

Faller Bridget, widow of Benedict, house 
Fallon Ann,wid.of Patrick, h. 128Brookline 
Fallon Ann, widow of Thomas, h. 6£ Grant 
Fallon Bernard, city laborer, house 99 

Brookline 
Fallon Bridget, widow, house 222 Franklin 
Fallon Catherine Mrs., house 3 Andrew 
Fallon Christopher, stone-cutter, honse 234 

Franklin 
Fallon Daniel, laborer, boards 222 Franklin 
Fallon John, painter, house 6£ Grant 
Fallon John, painter, house 18 Magee 
Fallon John F., cooper, bds. 99 Brookline 
Fallon Martin, painter, house rear 28 Banks 
Fallon Michael, farmer, house Holworthy, 

near Corlett school [Brookline 

Fallon Michael, city laborer, house 128 
Fallon Michael F., boards 67 Amory 
Fallon Patrick, laborer, boards 6£ Grant 
Fallon Wm., painter (B.), h. 103 Tremont 
Falls Alonzo B., engineer Boston and Low- 
ell Railroad, house 105 Otis 
Falls Joseph, assistant engineer, State, cor. 

Osborn, house 16 Elmer 
Falls Maude M. Miss, librarian, law library, 

Court House, Third, house 105 Otis 
Fait Joseph, carpenter, house Waverley, 

east of Fort Washington 
Falvey Ellen, widow of Patrick, b 51 Clark 
Falvey Michael, lab. 17 Main, h 2 Hastings 
Falvey Michael, teamster A. McDonald. 

Mt. Auburn, house McDonald 
Falvey Thomas, car cleaner, b. 9 Short 
Falvey Thomas, blacksmith's helper, house 

159 Bridge 
Fan joy Iladley J., machinist, 17 Main 
Farley Geo. O., teamster, h. 2 Hotel Clark 
Farley Gustavus, storage (38 India wharf, 

B.), house 16 Lowell 
Farmer Jesse, bds. 14 Prospect 



Farmer Joseph B., clerk, 153 Harvard, h. 

rear 159 do, 
Farnam Aaron, com. mer., b. 34 Ash 
Farnam C. W., conductor Camb. R. Co. 
Farnham Edwin, physician, 4 Story, h. do. 
Farnham Elmer A.' printer, bds. 3 Charles 

River 
Farnham George Y., teamster, 172 Pearl, 

house 16 Valentine 
Farnham Mary E. Mrs., matron Episcopal 

Theo. School, Brattle, bds. do. 
Farnham Wilbert D. jr., flour (30 Com- 
merce, B.), house 3 Dover 
Farnholm A., cabinet maker, 20 Albany 
Farnholm Carl J., cabinet maker, 20 Alba- 

dy, house r. 6 Lopez 
Farns worth Catherine, widow of James, 

house 39 Tremont 
Farnsworth Charles H., physician, 170 

Cambridge, house do. 
Farnum Gera F., express 638 Main, and 

(State, c. Washington, B.), house 21 

William [h. 227 Broadway 

Farnum Sylvester B., machinist, 92 Main, 
Farnum William, teamster, b. 13 Lopez 
Farnum William R., at Am. Rubber Co., 

bds. 117 Harvard 
Farr Wm. C, oculist (Howard, B.), house 

59 Sixth [River 

Farrell Catherine, wid. of Edward, h. 82 
Farrell Edward (Farrell & Nagle), slaugh- 
ter house, foot of Franklin, house at 

Brighton 
Farrell Ellen, widow of Thomas, house 

8 Rogers block, Main 
Farrell James E., blacksmith, 270 North 

av., house 30 Cogswell avenue 
Farrell James J., student, b. 23 Seventh 
Farrell John, carpenter, house Cushing, 

opp. Vineyard 
Farrell John H., inspector of milk and vin- 
egar, Central sq. building, Western av. 

house 73 Inman 
Farrell Matthew, house 8 Hastings 
Farrell Matthew, lab. C. H. North's, house 

23 Seventh [h. 89 Auburn 

Farrell MicahJ., salesman (115 Wash. B.) 
Farrell Tbomas, gas fitter, 595 Main, house 

at Somerville 
Farre'l & Nagle (Edward Farrell and Gar- 
rett T. Nagle), slaughter-house foot of 

Franklin 
Farricy James, moulding finisher, h 9 Short 
Farricy James, b. 9 Short 
Farrin John W., carriage painter, rear 10 

Brattle, bds. at Somerville 
Farrington Charles R., clerk (4 Chauncy, 

B.), boards 894 Main 
Farrington Elmira C, widow of Josiah C. 

R., ho lse 894 Main 
Farrington Frank H., piano string maker, 

20 Albany, house at Boston 
Farrington Henry E., grocer, 153 North av 

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Farrington Thomas F., bookbinder (47 
Franklin, B.), house 100 Hampshire 

Farrisee John, lab., 169 Gore, h. 44 Porter 

Farry Catherine, widow of Patiick, house 
r. 29 Winthrop 

Farry John, 5 Brattle, bds. r. 29 Winthrop 

Farry Julia Miss, h. 79 Brattle 

Farwell Bertram H. (Yerxa & Farwell), 
grocers, 144 Cambridge, house 273 
North avenue 

Farwell Charles H., restaurant and board- 
ing-house, 5 Bobbins' blk. Propect 
house 6 do 

Farwell Edgar P., clerk (34 Hawley, B.j, 
house 71 Sidney [B.), h 69 Sidney 

Farwell Eugene P., teamster (34 Hawley, 

Farwell George F., teamster (34 Hawley, 
B.), house 95 Austin 

Farwell Herbert H., clerk, 561 Main, b. 71 
Sidney 

Farwell James K. , supt. Cambridge ceme- 
tery, Coolidge ave. house 273 North av 

Farwell Joseph R., com. mer. (30 Com- 
merce, B.), house 114 Prospect 

Farwell Jotham A., packer Amer. Express 
Co. (122 Canal, B.), house 106 Thorn- 
dike 

Farwell Stephen T. Mrs., h. 101 Trowbridge 

Fatal John J., clerk U. S. Sub Treasury 
(Devonshire, B.), house 7 Lincoln 

Faulkner C. A., grocer, 321 North av., 
houseat Somerville 

Faulkner George, oar maker, foot of De 
Wolf, house 21 Flagg 

Faulkner Richard, carpenter, b. 37 Willard 

Fawcet Robert, potatoes, 11 Leighton court 
house do. 

Fawcett Charles H., house 11 Mead 

Fawcett John N., ivory turner, 139 Broad- 
wao, house at Boston 

Faxon Asaph T., provisions, h. 1 Lincoln ct 

Faxon Daniel, horse-shoer, 18 Cambridge, 
house 112 Fourth 

Faxon George H., bds. 1 Lincoln ct. 

Faxon Walter, professor H. U., bds. 46 
Trowbridge [do. 

Fay Chas. E., photographer, 413 Br'dw'y h. 

Fay Edward, junk, house 70 School 

Fay Edward P., car trimmer (B. & A. R. 
K., Allstonj, house 18 Laurel 

Fay Edw. P., upholsterer, h. 18 Laurel 

Fay Francis B., law student, b. 24 Warland 

Fay Isaac Mrs., h. 59 Antrim 

Fay Julia, widow of Bartholemew, house 
10 Conlon's Court 

Fay Lurinda M. Miss, b. 21 Cherry 

Fay Maria I). Miss. h. 9 Garden 

Fay Mary E., widow of Wm.. h. 120 Pearl 

Fay Michael, packer Am. Rubber Co., b. 
30 Willow 

Fay Patriek. grinder Am. Rubber Co. 

Fay Prescott, clergyman, h. 8 Mason 

Fay T., at 54 Bridge 

Fay Wm. E., student, b. 8 Mason 



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Fayes Antonio J., shade painter 15 Blanche, 

b. 5 Rogers block, Wash. 
Fayes F. L., shade maker 15 Blanche, b. 

15 School [School 

Fayes Isabella, wid. of Antonio J., h. 15 
Fears Frank A., printer, h. 86 Inman 
Fee Thos., coachman 4 Kirkland Place, h. 

47 Baldwin 
Fee Thos., lab., h. 6 Water 

FEELEY MARTIN A., painter 642 
Main, h. Jay 
Feen J., trackman Camb. R. Co. 
Feeney Hugh, blacksmith (So. Boston), h. 

Holworthy, corner Locust 
Feeney Timothy, waiter (Tremont House, 
B.), house Spring, near Second [do. 
Felch Arthur E., clerk 169 Harvard, rms. 
Felder Benj., porter (B.), b. 26 Brewery 
Felix Estacio R., hairdresser 421 Camb., h. 
rear do. [Boston 

Felker John C, foreman 54 Bridge, h. at 
Fell Thos., cooper (75 India, B.), h. 509 

Cambridge 
Fell Thos. W. H., clerk (71 Bedford, B.), 

boards 509 Cambridge 
Fellows Chas. M. Mrs., rooms 32 Mellen 
Fellows Cyrus, h. 97 Concord Ave. 
Fellows Emma F. Miss, tailoress (B.), h. 
21 Cherry 

b. 109 Auburn 
crackers, h. 21 Market 
, boots and shoes (161 
158 North Ave. 

FELLOWS JOHN H., brush mnfr. 
(96 High, B.), h. 35 Cedar. Somer- 
ville [106 Ellery 

Fellows Lydia M., widow of John H., h. 

Fellows Oshea P., crackers, h. 21 Market 

Fellows Rebecca F. Mrs., h. 32 Mellen 

Fellows Wm., expressman 600 Main, b. 6 
Green 

Fellows Wm., cutter N. E. Glass Co. 

Felt Carrie E. Miss, b. 110 Wash. 

Felt Chas. W., salesman (60 Commerce, 
B.), h. 110 Wash. [Somerville 

Felt Irwin G., wheelwright 18 Camb., h. at 

Felton C. Conway, h. 5 Garden 

Fellter P., at 54 Bridge 

Fenelon Michael F., druggist (206 Camb., 
B.). house 158£ Otis [20 Adams 

Fenn A. H., voicer Ivers & Pond Piano Co., 

Fennelly Thos., gardener, h. 47 Spruce 

Fenner Frank T., laborer, boards 30 Put- 
nam Avenue 

Fenner Frederick O., laborer H. U., boards 
30 Putnam Avenue 

Fenner Mary E., widow of Edwin E., 
house 30 Putnam Avenue 

Fennerty John, h. 123 Fourth 

Fennessey Johanna Mrs., h. 193 Mt. Auburn 

Fennessey Michael J., cooper 169 Gore, 
boarding house 167 Thorndike 

Fenno Lucy E., widow, h. 62 Winter 



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Fenton Benj. F., clerk 596 Main, boards 
20 Brookline [Pleasant 

Fenton Mehitable, widow of Orin, h. 31 

Fenwick Geo. S., carpenter, b. 210 Broad- 
way 

Fenwick Joseph A., assorter of Lumber 
(B.), house 210 Broadway 

Fenwick , b. 74 Columbia 

Ferdinand Arthur G., book-keeper (2G7 
Federal, B.), b. 80 Green 

Ferdinand Jasper F., variety store (19 
Portland, B.), h. 80 Green 

Ferdinand Lorrin W., hardware (267 Fed- 
eral, B.), h. 130 Austin 

Ferguson Edward, b. 298 North Ave. 

Ferguson Ellen F., widow of Wm., h. 12? 
Brookline 

Ferguson Frank A., proof reader Univ. 
Press, house 14 Eliot 

Ferguson John, carpenter, h. 49 Willow 

Ferguson James G., baker 79 and 184 
Camb., h. 79 do. 

Ferguson Sarah, wid. of Wm., h. 6 Walden 

Ferguson Thos. T., U. S. storekeeper, h. 6 
Walden [Western Ave. 

Fern Otis L., liquors (95 Union, B.), h. 56 

Fern Wm., packer Am. Rubber Co. 

Fernald Andrew G., clock maker, house 132 
Pleasant 

Fernald Chas., cutter Am. Rubber Co. 

Fernald Geo. L., 139 Broadway, house at 
East Medford 

Fernald Mary F., wid. of Alrni C., b. 8 Avon 

Fernandez Anthony, station master B. & L. 
R. R., Third St., h. 11 Fourth Street 
Place 

Fernandez Louisa, widow, h. 101 Fourth 

Fernando John, fisherman, h. 106 Fourth 

Ferns Mary Mrs., h. 13 Foster 

h. 35 Vine 
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Ferris Edw. J., train r l£ Brattle, h. 42 

Spring 
Ferris Edw. J., glass cutter, h. 124 Norfolk 
Ferris Frank M., pressman University 

Press, rooms 6 Brewer 
Ferris Julia E., restaurant 505 Main, h. 

at Somerville 
.Ferris Thos., h. 32 Harding 
Ferris Wm. H., manager 505 Main, house 

2 Columbia 
Ferry James F., mod. student, b. 127 Elm 
Ferrv John P.. book binder (21 Spring lane 

B.). h. rear 127 Elm 
Ferry Patrick, laborer, Union Glass Co. 

(Somerville), h. 127 Elm 
Ferry Richard J., painter, b. 163 Broadway 
Fessenden Benjamin, h. 17 Walden 
Fessenden Charles L. , treas. Osgood Cash 

Car Co. (156 Hanover, B.), h. 27 Pros- 
pect 
Fessenden C. Frank, salesman (33 Summer, 

B.)i h. 27 Prospect 



Fessenden Edward M., salesman (156 Han- 
over, B.), b. 27 Prospect 

Fessenden Emily F. Miss, teacher Shepard 
grammar school, b. 17 Walden 

Fessenden Lucy ()., teacher, b. 17 Walden 

Fessenden Sarah B. Miss, h. 76 Inman 

Fessenden Thos. A. D. Mrs., h. 56 Mount 
Auburn 

Fessenden Thos. J., laborer, Amer. Rubber 
Co., h. 301 Camb. 

Fewkes J. Walter, supt. Radiates Museum 
of Comparative Zoology, b. 12 Arling- 
ton 

Fickett Henry P., calker (E. B.), h. 49 Pine 

Fieber Daniel, cabinet maker, Woodbury 
b. Otis [place 

Fiedler Max, chemist, 502 Main, b. 2 Amory 

Field Chas. R., h. rear 52 Pine 

Field Chauncy H., machinist, 72 Main, h. 
291 Pearl 

Field Frank D., machinist, 72 Main, b. 11 
Winsor [State 

Field Franklin, machinist, 72 Main, b 25 

Field George G. (28 State, room 15, B.), h. 

9 Chauncy [Gore 
Field George M., wood turner, h. rear 128 
Field Roderick D., driver Camb. Laundry, 

h. 11 Winsor 
Field Thomas, tinsmith, h. r. 71 Allston 
Field Walter W., foreman of machinists, 

and pattern maker, 92 Main, h. 12 

William 
Field W., laborer, h. 356 Broadway 
Field Zarina, widow of Franklin, nurse, h. 

25 State 
Field, see Fields 

Fielding Dennis J., glass maker, h. 83 Vine 
Fields Israel, laborer, h, 8 Berkshire pi. 
Fifield James H., book-keeper, h. 17 Park 
Fifield John F., conductor Camb. R. Co., 

h. 114 Pearl [114 Pearl 

Fifield Sarah M., widow of George W., h. 
Fillebrown Amos, b. 131 Camb. 
Fillebrown Elizabeth, widow of James, h. 

10 Upton [Camb. 
P'illebrown Ellen, widow of Wm., b. 131 
Fillebrown Henry S., confectionery, b. 7 

Sixth [Inman 

Fillebrown Mary, widow of Charles, h. 71 
Fillebrown Samuel, painter, h. 457 Camb., 

h. 453 do. 
Fillebrown Sylvestus L., clerk (24Q Devon- 
shire. B.), b. 7 Sixth 
Fillmore Alfred, carpenter, b, 91 Plymouth 
Fillmore Chas. A., cooper, h. 325 Camb. 
Fillmore Christine Mrs., dressmaker, 17 

Tremont, h. do. 
Fillmore Millard, carpenter, h. 21 Hewes 
Fillmore Wellington, carpenter and builder, 

11 Cherry, h. 147 Wash. 

Fincans John, cabinet maker, 44 Camb., h. 

19 Gere 
Finan James, c re maker, Pelham, h. 3 do. 
Fine. ley (har.es bakir, 502 Main, h. 35 

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Findley James, machinist, Revere Sug a 

Refinery, h. 69 Third 
Finley Patrick, hostler, Chas. R. St. R. 

Co., I). 4 Pioneer av. [Camb. 

Finley Wallace W., machinist (B.), b. 130 
Finn Henry W., cabinet maker, Woodbury 

bldg., Otis, h. G Erie 
Finn John, laborer, h. 45 Banks 
Finnegan, see Finnigan [Allston 

Finneran Catherine, widow of Martin, h. 23 
Finneran Michael, hostler, John Reardon & 

Sons, h. 52 Waverly 
Finneran Patrick, teamster, John Reardon 

& Sons, h. 275 Putnam av. [pi. 

Finneran Peter, stone-cutter, b, 7 Maynard 
Finnerty Thomas, coachman, 400 Broad- 
way, h. 6 Antrim 
Finney Daniel J., book-keeper, 5 Brattle, 

b. 894 Main 
Finney Edward J. N., brass finisher (292 

Washington, B.), h. 894 Main 
Finney Mary, wid. of James, h. 394 Main 
Finnick Joseph, city lamplighter, house 2 

Garden court 
Finnick Richard, h. 7 Decatur ct. 
Finnigan Daniel A., blacksmith, b. r. 427 

Camb. 
Finnigan Daniel J. P., carver (Boston), h. 

131 Brookline 
Finnigan Hannah, widow, h. 231 Franklin 
Finnigan Hugh, blacksmith, h. 199 Norfolk 
Finnigan Jeremiah, engineer, 453 Main, b. 

199 Norf Ik 
Finnigan John, h. rear 427 Camb. 
Finnigan Joseph F., clerk, 122 Columbia, 

h. at Somerville 
Finnigan Michael, laborer, Camb. Ceme- 
tery, h. Cushing court 
Finnigan Peter, laborer, b. 164 Gore 
Finnigan P. J., physician, 242 Camb., bds. 

do. 
Finnigan. see Finnegan 

FIKST NATIONAL BANK OF 
CAlrlBRIDGE, Daniel U. Cham- 
berlin, president, Willard A. Bullard 
cashier, Main, cor. Pro pect 
Fischer Ferdinand, currier, Tannery, h. 

380 North av. 

Fischer Caroline, widow of Lawrence, h. 

Tannery, second o right [2d on right 

Fischer Lawrence, currier, house Tannery, 

Fischer Sophia Miss, bake-shop, 117 

Bridge, house do. 
Fischer William F., book-keeper F. Fisch- 
er's, Tannery, boards 380 North avenue 
Fish Albert F., moulder, h. 158 Cambridge 
Fish B. Ed son, salesman (85 Oliver, B.), 

house 5 Shepard 
Fish Florestan, letter-carrier Cambridge P. 
O., 7 Harvard row, boards 12 Dunster 

FISH FREDERICK P., lawyer 
40 Water, room 52, B.), h. 15 Everett 
Fish Mary H., widow of John B., house 158 
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Fish Moses W.,com. mer. (Boston), house 

44 Cottage 
Fish AVilliam R. (211 Tremont, Boston), h. 

Hotel Wentworth, 7 Essex 
Fisher Chas. R., laborer, h. 10G Webster av. 
Fisher Charles W., engineer Boston and 

Lowell Railroad, house 13 Sixth 
Fisher C. Warren, engineer Boston and 

Lowell Railroad, h. at West Medford 
Fisher Frederick E., milkman, 0(5 Pleasant, 

rooms 34 Magazine 
Fisher George, director Cambridge Conser- 
vatory of Music, 4 Lee. house 721 Main 
Fisher George P., tinsmith (85 Merrimac, 

Boston), house 90 Hancock 
Fisher Henry, iron-moulder, Pelham, house 

224 Broadway 
Fisher John, printer, house r. 122 Auburn 
Fisher John, currier, boards 440 North av. 
Fisher Mary E., widow of John, nurse, b. 

1 Shepherd's block, Charles River 
Fisher Nathaniel D., boards 7 Mellen 
Fisher Nehemiah W. Mrs., dressmaker, h. 
89 Norfolk [Music, 4 Lee, b. 721 Main 
Fisher Sarah C, teacher Conservatory of 
Fisher T. Jay, manager of Brattle Square 
Hotel, house G Brewer [32 Quincy 

Fisk Frederick D., student H. IL, boards 
Fisk James C, treasurer (87 Milk, room 

21, Boston), house 32 Quincy 
Fisk James L., student H. U., b. 32 Quincy 
Fisk John M., special sheriff Middlesex Co. , 
master House of Correction, and keeper 
of Jail, Thorndike, cor. Third, h. do. 
Fisk Wilbur Mrs, boards 9 Charles River 
Fiske Charles A. Mrs., house 9 Clinton 
l^iske John, author, house 22 Berkeley 
Fiske John M., special deputy collector 
(Custom House, B.), house 139 Oxford 
Fiske Lyman B., auditor, Memorial Hall, 

Harvard University, rooms 7 Sumner 

Fiske William B., medical student, boards 

9 Clinton [North av. 

Fitch Abel, teimster and farmer, house 331 

Fitch Alamanzo B., provisions (9 Change 

avenne, Boston), house Gl Pleasant 
Fitch Amasa, cooperage stock, h. 7G Sixth 
Fitch I., sand-paper, 54 Bridge 
Fitch Myra, dressmaker, 27 Mellen, h. do. 
Fitchman Edwin A., house 23 Walden 
Fite Andrew W., cooper, 169 Gore, rooms 

127^ Cambridge 
Fitman Thomas, saloon, 1G3 Dublin, b. do. 
Fitton James H., clerk (Fitchburg Railroad 

depot, Boston), house rear, 124 Otis * 
Fitton John, regulator, 162 Broadway, h. 

at Hyde Park 
Fitz William, saloon, 239 Cambridge 
Fitzgerald Edward, laborer, bds. 39 Charles 
Fitzgerald Edward, harness-maker (190 
Tremont, Boston), house 112 Brookline 
Fitzgerald Edward, laborer, h. 20 Carson 
Fitzgerald Ellen, widow of Michael, house 
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Fitzgerald George, painter, boards 74 Sixth 
Fitzgerald Honora, widow, house 86 Third 
Fitzgerald H. F., driver Cambridge R. Co. 
Fitzgerald Honora, widow of John, house 

rear 42 Washington 
Fitzgerald James, laborer, h. 3 Nichols pi. 
Fitzgerald James, currier Mullen Bros., b. 

19 Reed 
Fitzgerald James, laborer C. H. North & 
Co.'s (Somerville), house 37 Jefferson 
Fitzgerald James, laborer, house 113 Third 
Fitzgerald James, painter, house 74 Sixth 
Fitzgerald James H., clerk, 473 Main, bds. 

112 Brookline 
Fitzgerald James H., pressman University 

Press, house 16 Mount Auburn 
Fitzgerald John, laborer, boards 3D Charles 
Fitzgerald John E., carriagesmith (Boston), 
house 189 Spruce [Washington 

Fitzgerald John E., iron-moulder, house 46 
Fitzgerald John F., machinist, boards 174 

Columbia 
Fitzgerald John M., clerk, h. rear 28 Banks 
Fitzgerald John W., engineer Bay State 

Brick Co., boards 140 Dnblin 
Fitzgerald J. J. Rev., assistant pastor 
Church of the Sacred Heart, h. 83 Otis 
Fitzgerald Mary, widow of John, house 39 

Charles 
Fitzgerald Mary, widow of Frank, house 
174 Columbia [35 Harvey 

Fitzgerald Mary, widow of Michael, house 
Fitzgerald Mary Miss, cigar-maker, boards 
rear 42 Washington* [h. do. 

Fitzgerald Mary A., dressmaker, 123 Elm, 
Fitzgerald Maurice F., machinist (31 Ha- 
verhill, Boston), house 247 Franklin 
Fitzgerald Michael blacksmith, Cambridge 

R. C( .. Dunster, h. 8 Emmons place 
Fitzgerald Michael J., cooper Niles Bros., 

house 83 Concord avenue 

Fitzgerald Nellie Miss, cigar-maker, boards 

rear 42 Washington [Hastings 

Fitzgerald Patrick, carpet-fitter, house 75 

Fitzgerald Patrick, dealer in live stock, h. 

181) Spruce 
Fitzgerald Patrick, carpenter, h. 91 Third 
Fitz erald Patrick, gardener William Read, 

Jr., house 7 Donnell 
Fitzgerald Patrick, laborer, house 41 Banks 
Fitzgerald Patrick J., furniture-finisher 
(Boston), boards 189 Spruce [Co. 

Fitzgerald Robert, packer American Rubber 
Fitzgerald William, bds. 7 Donnell 
Fitzgera d William F., salesman (169 Wash 

B.), bds. 91 Third 
Fitzgibbons J_»hn, blacksmith h. 99 Gore 
Fitzinaurice John, driver, 166 River, h. 236 
Franklin [zine, h. r. 19 Fairmont 

Fitzinaurice Michael, coachman. 81 Maga- 
Fitm i mice Thomas, junk, h. 98 Thir 1 

I71ITZPATRICK ALFRED, 
' planing, sawing and moulding mill, 
(Newton), h. 120 Pearl 



Fitzpatrick, Dennis W., tailor 116 Court, 

(B.), h. 19 A Lopez [Otis 

Fitzpatrick Frank, agent (Wash. B.) h. 109 

Fitzpatrick George, laborer, bds. Mansion 

House, Gore Juuc. Bridge 
Fitzpatrick James, h. 174 Columbia 
Fitzpatrick James, bds. 80 Otis 
Fitzpatrick James B., clerk 408 Cambridg , 

bds. 174 Columbia 

Fitzpatrick John, printer University Press, 

bds. 46 Boylston [1740olumbia 

Fitzpatrick John A., clerk 63 Norfolk, bds. 

Fitzpatrick Joseph, baker, 3 Rogers Block 

Brewery, bds 544 Main 

Fitzpatrick Mary, wid. of Jas., h. 107 Gore 

Fitzpatrick Michael, tallow collector, h. 175 

Pearl [Columbia 

Fitzpatrick Michael F., city lab. bds. 174 

Fitzpatrick Patrick, laborer Amer Tube 

Works (Somerville), h. Holworthy, n. 

Locust 

Fitzpatrick Patrick, coachman at Dr. 

Bemis', Walker cor. Shepherd 
Fitzpatrick Patrick W., brushmaker, bds., 

Mansion House, Gore, cor. Bridge 
Fitzpatrick Thomas, fish (237 State, B.), 

h. 1 Gilmore's block, Holworthy 
Fitzpatrick William J., plumber, 599^ 

Main, bds. at Boston 
Fitzsimmons John, laborer, h. 208 Franklin 
Fitzsimmons John, glass packer, h. 15 Elm 
Fiumara Dominic, hair dresser, 573 Main 

rooms 21 Cottage 
Fiz August W., wood carver, h. 12 Winter 
Fixott Charles, sawyer 3 Hampshire 
Flagg, James H., grocer Mt. Auburn bridge 
(Watertown), h. Cushing n. Belmont 
Flagg John S., dentist 905 Main, h. 11 Far- 
well place 
Flagg, see Flaig 

Flaglor Catherine, widow, h. 9 Holly 
Flaglor Isaac G., iron moulder, bds. 24 

Clark 
Flaherty John, printer, h. 17 Farwell pi. 
Flaherty John, stone-cutter, h. 93 Fifth 
Flaherty Martin, draw-tender, h. 7 Otter 
Flaherty Michael, painter, h. 8 Shepherd's 

Block, Charles River 
Flaherty Patrick, laborer, h. 184 Bridge 
Flaig Simon, watches and jewelry 133 Cam- 
bridge, h. do. 
Flaig, see Flagg [Tuttle 

Flanagan Ann, widow of Thomas, h. 1 1 
Flanagan Ann, Miss, h. 11 Woodland av., 
n. Cushing [50 Portland 

Flanagan Bridget D., wid. of Thomas, h. 
Flanagan Charles, shoemaker, house 15 

Hancock 

Flanagan Edward T.. bookkeeper Globe 

National Bank (40 State B.), h. Mt. 

Pleasant, last on left 

Flanagan Eugene M., bartender, bds. 19(5 

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Flanagan John, laborer, h. 15 Hancock 

Flanagan John, at 203 Bii lge 

Flanagan John, gardener, 15 Oxford, h. 2 

Nichols place 
Flanagan John, hostler, h. 10+ Kinnaird 
Flanagan, John P., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, h. 257 Franklin 
Flanagan Kate Miss, h. Woodlawn av. n. 

Cushing 
Flanagan Margaret Mrs., h. 239 Franklin 
Flanagan Mary, widow of Matthew, h. 70 
Vine [h. do. 

Flanagan Mary Mrs., liquors, 196 Franklin, 
Flanagan Michael, baker, 502 Main, bds. 51 
Pleasant [h. 12 Lincoln 

Flanagan Patrick, boiler maker, 92 Main, 
Flanagan Peter, laborer, h. 103 Kinnaird 
Flanagan Peter G., carpenter, bds. 239 
Franklin [51 Pleasant 

Flanagan Thomas, baker, 502 Main, bds. 
Flanagan Thomas C, b Is. 12 Lincoln 
Flancher Annie M., h. 2 Grotto pi. 
Flanders Addie E. Miss, teacher (Arling- 
ton), bds. 25 Rice 
Flanders Albert F.. clerk, 211 North av., 

bds. at Lexington 
Flanders Asa W., rec. clerk Cambridge R. 

Co., 3 Harvard sq. , bds 25 Rice 

Flanders Fred E., grocer 63 River, rooms 

40 Cottage [25 Rice 

Flanders Laura J., bookkeeper, (B.), bds. 

Flanders Moses G., driver Camb. R. Co., 

h. 25 Rice 
Flanders William Hazen, dry goods, (27 

Winter, B.), h. 27 Austin 
Flannery Bridget wil. of Thomas, h. 47 Vine 
Flavin Peter J., potter at Hewes pottery, 

Crescent av., bds. Porter's Hotel 
Fleck Matthias, baker, h. 5 Shephard's 

block, Charles River 
Fleet Benjamin R., key finisher, h. 35 Green 
Fletchner Louis, cooper Smith (33 Bowker, 

B.), h. 7 Mullins ct. 
Fleisher Charles, butcher, h. 25 Sixth 
Fleming Alfred L., at 162 Broadway, h. 47 
Clark [648 Camb. 

Fleming Augustus (Custom House, B.), b. 
Fleming Cephas W., rec. clerk (103 Devon- 
shire, B.), bds. 120 Winsor 
Fleming Frank L., driver {GSG Washington 

B.), bds. 120 Winsor 
Flernng Henry, reed mnfr., 162 Broadway, 

house at West Newton 
Fleming John, butcher Nibs Bros., house 

80 Concord avenue 
Fleming John, cabinet maker (B.), house 
93 Harvard [h. 5 Pioneer 

Fleming John J., boiler maker, 92 Main, 
Fleming Madge H. Miss, cashier, 114 Cam- 
bridge, house 120 Winsor 
Fleming Mary J., widow, house 521 Main 
Fleming Moses, driver (686 Washington, 

B.), house 120 Winsor 
Fleming Thos., lab., house 34 Charles 



Fleming Thos., lab., house 6(5 Charles 
Flemming Alfred L., reedmaker, 162 

Broadway, bds. 47 Clark 
Flemming George N., pressman University 

Press, house 27 Hancock 
Flemming Jas., carriage maker, 370 North 

av.. house 21 Vine 
Flemming John, carpenter, house 21 Rice 
Flemming Mary C. Mrs., hairdresser, 12 

River, house do. 
Flemming Matthew, lab., 169 Gore, boards 

167 Thorndike 
Flemming, see Fleming 
Fletcher Catherine S. Mrs. house 23 Buck- 
ingham [Camb. 
Fletcher Charles R., student H. IT. bds 144 
Fletcher Eliza, widow of John D., house 

57 Columbia 
Fletcher Grace W. Miss, teacher Thorndike 

grammar school, boards 35 Essex 
Fletcher John B. 8., bookkeeper (8 Milk, 

B.)i hds. 27 Trowbridge 
Fletcher Marshall, helper, h. 132 Pleasant 
Fletcher Mary C. Miss, h. 38 North av. 
Fletcher Ruel H., master Thorndike gram- 
mar school, house 144 Cambridge 
Fletcher Varnum T., pedler, b. 55 Union 
Fletcher William K., homoepathie physician 

233 North av. house do. 
Flett David, salesman (477 Washington B) 

house 1 Riverside place 
Flewelling John R., carpenter, b 5 Kinnaird 
Flinn Arthur M>, bookkeeper (55 Sudbury, 

B.), house 119 Magazine 

FLINT DAVID B., Pres Charles 
Rivar National Bank, 1 Harvard row 
house at Watertown 
Flint Francis, pres Dakota Mortgage Loan 

Corp. (246 Washington, B.) house 8 

Chauncy 
Flint Frank, at Hewes pottery, Crescent av 
Flint L. W., 162 Broadway, house at 

Greenwood 
Flohr Hugo L., cigar maker (B.), house 1 

Rogers block Main 
Flood Annie Miss, dressmaker, 148 Fleas- 

ant. house do. 
Flood L.. house 55 Winsor 
Flood Patrick, lab., 153 Putnam av., house 

148 Pleasant 
Flowers Win. C, physician, 41 Norfolk h do 
Flowers William H. jr., clerk adju ant gen- 
eral's office (State House, B.), house 

44 Shepard 
Floyd George C, time keeper, 17 Main, 

house o\ Fairmont av. 
Fluki^cr Albert C, watch repairer (376 

Washington, B.), bds. 6 Magee 
Flynn Andrew B., painter 442 Main, house 

12 Douglass 
Flynn Bartholomew, coachman, 290 

Harvard, house 35 West 
Flynn Bernard, lab. house 35 Donnell 
Flynn Coleman, teamster, b. 8 Broadway 






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Flynn Daniel, baker 502 Main, house 20 
Decatur 

Flynn Edward, baker (B.), house 3 Porter 

Flynn Francis, cooper, bds. 50 Second 

Flynn George, currier, bds. 364 North av. 

Flynn Henry M., liquors (37 Hanover, B.) 
house 4 Short 

Flynn James, at Am. Tube Works, Somer- 
ville, bds. 259 Mt. Auburn 

Flynn James, shoemaker, h. 167 Franklin 

Flynn John, cooper, house 194 Bridge 

Flynn John, hostler, 16 Gore, house do. 

Flynn John, bds. 259 Mt Auburn 

Flynn Joseph P., brass finisher (B.), bds. 
167 Franklin [Portland 

Flynn Julia, widow of Michael, house 18 

Flynn Laughlin, lab., b. r. 175 Bridge 

Flynn Michael foreman of yard 17 Main, 
house at Boston 

Flynn Michael, currier Fischer, Tannery, 
boards f 81 North avenue 

Fiynn M'c'iael, at 203 Bridge h. at Boston 

Flynn Michael J., tinsmith, h. 167 Franklin 

Flynn Patrick, cooper, Revere Sugar Refin- 
ery, house 154 Prospect 

Flynn Patrick, slater, h. rear 64 Charles 

Flynn P. G. driver Camb R. Co. 

Flynn Thaddeus, metal cornice makers (B) 
bds. 139 Cambridge 

Flynn Thomas, cooper, h. 49 Wash. 

Fiynn Thos. melter, house 28 Hastings 

F ynn Thos., lab., 356 Main 

Fiynn Thos., teamster, house 371 Nor'hav. 

Flynn Thos., teamster, house 7 Decatur 

Flynn Thomas A., bricklayer, house 323 
Cambridge 

Flynn T., driver Camb. R. Co. 

Fiynn Wm., at 174 Broadway 

Flynn Win., teamster, 51 Broadway, house 
at Somerville 

Flynn William, lab. house 53 Clark 

Flynn William M., glass labeler, boards 28 
Hastings 

Fobes Daniel, house 11 Orchard 

Fobes Edwin F., clerk (50 Chardon, B.), 
house Beech near Orchard 

Fobes. see Forbes 

Fogarty Ellen, dressmaker, h. 3 Appian-way 

Fogarty James E. stenographer (164 Con- 
gress, B.), h. 210 Putnam ave. 

Fogarty John house 175 Pearl 

Fogarty Mary A., intelligence office, 3 
Appian-way, house do. 

Fogarty Robert, varnisher house 210 Put- 
nam avenue 

Fogarty Sarah G., teacher Emerson pri- 
mary school (Poplar, B.), b. 210 Put- 
nam avenue 

Fogarty. see Fogerty 

Fogel Albert, currier, b. 440 North ave. 

Fogel George, currier, b. 440 North ave. 

Fogerty George F., architect, (503 Main. b. 
89 Chestnut [block, Charles 

Fogerty George F., machinist, h. Hawkins 



Fogerty Isley M., supt. East Camb. P. ()., 

129 Camb., b. at Maiden 
Fogerty James, architect Hyde block, 603 

Main, h. 89 Chestnut 
Fogy ('has. H., draughtsman (40 Oliver, 

B.), b. 51 Third 
Fogg Ebenezer, carpenter, Revere Sugar 

Refinery, h. 90 Gore [51 Third 

Fogg Edwin, machinist, 203 Bridge, house 
Fogg George E., salesman, 203 Bridge, h. 

51 Third 
Fogg Henry M,, packer, Amer. Rubber Co. 
Fogg, see Forg 
Foley Benjamin F., book-binder Riverside 

Press, b. 32.^ Banks 
Foley B. F., conductor Camb. It. Co. 
Foley Charles, laborer, h. 11 Brewery 
Foley Chas. H., book-binder, b. 32£ Banks 
Foley Daniel J., laborer, h. 3 Lexington av. 
Foley David, bricklayer, h. 3 Rogers block, 

Wash. [h. 32i Banks 

Foley Dennis, bookbinder Riverside Press, 
Foley Edward, laborer, h. 75 Hastings 
Folev Kdward W., tinsmith, 12 Braitle, h. 

rear 82 Oxford 
Foley George, carpenter, 373 Main 
Foley dames, laborer, 387 Camb., h. 159 

Winsor 
Foley John, laborer, h. 14 Sparks 
Foley John, laborer, 162 Broadway, h. at 

Boston 
Foley John D., Amer. Tube Works (Som- 
erville), b. 13 Sparks 
Foley John F., pump maker, h. 120 Dublin 
Foley John G., printer (31 State, B.), h. 

83 Wendell 
Foley John J., carpenter, h. 1 Lexington 

av. [av. 

Foley Joseph J., produce, b. 1 Lexington 
Foley Mary, widow of Bartholomew, h. 58 

Amory 
Foley Michael, laborer, h. 32 Foster [do. 
Foley Misses, dressmakers, 190 Camb., h. 
Foley Patrick, tailor, h. 150 Green 
Foley Peter G. , millinery goods, 494 Camh. 

h. do. 
Foley Thomas, brushmaker. h. 77 Fifth 
Foley Thomas G., carpenter, h. 179 Camb. 
Foley Thomas jr., brush maker (132 Oliv- 
er, B.), b. 77 Fifth 
Foley Thomas H., gtass-engraver (149 

Blackstone. B.), h. 93 Gore 
Foley Wm., carpenter, h. 120 Third 
Foley Timothy, laborer, 169 Gore, house 7 

Jefferson [cry 

Foley Wm., fireman, 45 Arch, b. 11 Brew- 
Folger Geo. H., secretary 18 Merchants' 

Exchange (B.), h. 139 Austin 
Folger G. How land, clerk (B. & L. R. It., 

B.), h. 139 Austin 
Follansbee Benjamin A., organ maker, h. 

36^ Tremont 
Follansbee G., carpenter, 74 Boylston 
Follen James, janitor, H. U. gymnasium, 

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Follen John, teamster, Broadwav, corner 

Davis, b. 154 Third 
Follen Lawrence, laborer, 1(59 Gore, h. 133 

Webster av. 
Follen Michael, laborer, h. 154 Third 
Follen Patrick, teamster, h. Jackson, near 

Dudley 
Follen Thomas Mrs., h. 07 Amory 
Foiling Hannah Miss. h. 51 Winsor 
Folsom Charles Mrs.,h. 19 Berkeley 
Folsom Janus X., traveling salesman (83 

Summer, B.), h. 29 Inman 
Folsom Mark J., capt. police station 2, h. 

32 Warland 
Folsom Mary J. Miss, teacher. Webster 

grammar school, h. 32 Warland 
Folsom Norton, phvsician (15 Pemb. sq., 

B.), and 19 Berkeley, b. do. 
Folsom Samuel H., assistant Register of 

Probate and Insolvency Court House, 

Third, h. at Winchester 
Fonseca Phineas, cigar maker, 57G Main. 

h. 9 Watson 
Fontaine Joseph, cabinet maker, h. 2 Rog- 
ers block, Washington 
Foote Geo. L., banker (2 Congre s sq. and 

7 Congress, B.). h. 352 Harvard 
Foote John, laborer, E. R. R. (B.), h. 37 

Jefferson 
Foote John EL, carpenter, 113 Broadway. 

h. at South Boston 
Foote Josephine B- Mrs., h. 8 Sacramento 
Foote Warren E., clerk (4 Chatham, B.). 

b. 8 Sacremento 
Footman Mrs., widow, h. 19 Church 
Foran Nicholas, gardener, h. 26 Sparks st. 

place 
Forbes Andrew J., agent United Nickel Co. 

of N. Y. (13 Bowker, B.). h. 55 Third 
Forbes Bridget Mrs., h. 03 Brookline 
Forbes Charles J., cooper, h. 4 Decatur ct. 
Forbes Henry 1)., cashier National Bank of 

Republic (95 Milk, B.), house 315 

Broadway 
Forbes Joseph, teamster, bds. 26 Eighth 
Forbes Thomas Jr. , cooper, b. 03 Brookline 
Forbes Wm. W.. real estate (31 Exchange. 

B.), house 114 Inman 
Forbes, see Fobes 

Ford Alexander S., bds. 245 Mt. Auburn 
Ford Anna P. Mi>s. clerk treasurer's office 

Camb. R. Co.. bds. 70 Green 
Ford Austin, granite. 29 Main, h. 03 School 
Ford Charles, bootmaker American Rubber 

Co., house 73 Hastings 
Ford Charles R., E. R. R. (300 Washing- 
ton. B.). house 21 Fayette 
Ford Christopher, at American Rubber 

Co., bds. 52 Broadway [3 Short 

Ford Daniel, switchman B. & L. R. R., h. 
Ford Edwin (B.), bds. 54 Austin 
Ford Elizabeth EL, widow of Calvin, house 

76 Green [umbia 

Ford George, helper. 2 Albany, h. 58 Col- 



Ford George I)., yard officer, House of 

Correction, bds. Thorndike. cor. Third 
Ford George R.. printer, bds. 2!) Hamilton 
Ford Isabella, widow of Hugh A., h. L4."> 

Mt. Auburn [at Boston 

Ford James, plumber, 599J Main, boards 
Ford Jeremiah, gate tender B. & L. R. R., 

Prison Point bridge, h. 149 Bridge 
Ford Jeremiah 1).. painter, h. 1 Spring pi. 
Ford John, bootmaker American Rubber 

Co., h. 12 Webster avenue 
Ford John, laborer, bds. 3 Short 

Co., house 12 Webster av. 
! Ford John, laborer, h. 117 Pleasant 

Ford John, laborer, house 191 Hampshire 
1 Ford John F., plumber (B.), h. 160 Norfolk 
Ford John H. (John Ford & Son), printer. 

10 Dunster, house 30 Erie 
Ford John J., plasterer, house 117 Spring 
Ford John M., clerk B. & A. R. R. shop 

(Allston). house 88 Pleasant 
Ford John & Son (John H. FcrJ), printe s 

10 Dunster [Seventh 

Ford Martin, laborer, 109 Gore, bds. l'.» 
Ford Mary A., widow of Howard J., house 

29 Hamilton [h. 148 Bridge 

Ford Michael, cleaner B. & L. R. R. shop, 
Ford M. Lizzie Miss, teacher Webster 

grammar school, bds. 29 Hamilton 
Ford Sarah B. C., widow of John, house 30 

Cottage [100 Norfolk 

Ford Wm. A., plumber's helper (B.), bds. 
Ford Wm. H.. bds. 88 Norfolk 
Ford Wm. H , salesman (106 High. B.). 

bds. 36 Erie [Co.. h. 8 Eliot 

Foren James H., driver Cambridge R. 
Forge Herman, bookkeeper Keeler & Co., 

house at Somerville 
Forge, see Fogg 
Forger John II., piano string winder, 368 

Main, boards Hotel Clark 
Forknall Reuben, action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Newton 
Forrest Frank T., clerk, 551 Main. bds. 11 

Mt. Auburn 
Forrest John, painter, house 7 Banks 
Forrest John M.. painter, house 9 South 
Forrest Lawrence, painter. 32 Flag^. h. do. 
Forrest Peter, laborer, house 6 Water 
Forrest Robert, painter, h. 11 Mt. Auburn 
Forrest Robt. E., painter, h. 11 Mt. Auburn 
Forrest AA'm. M.. painter, h. 37 Amory 
Forristall Arthur W., porter (80 Pearl, B.)i 

bds. 23 Prospect 
Fo r'stall Jas. B., express, bds. 23 Prospect 
Forristall Joseph, express (Union, B. . h. 

23 Prospect [7 Valent'ne 

Forsyth Jam?s. cooper. 502 Main, house 
Forsyth Jos., laborer Cambridge cemetery. 

house 6 Cowperthwaite 
Forsyth Susan, widow, bds. 9o Main 
Fortin George, hairdresser, h. 34 Wash. 
Fortune James D., carpenter, h. 25 Auburn 



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Fortune James R., tinsmith, 605 Main, h. 

27 Auburn [Auburn 

Fortune William, helper, 005 Main, h. 27 
Fortune Wm., laborer, h. 5 Flagg-st. court 
Fosdiek Oliver G., conductor Cambridge 

R. Co., house 119 Mt. Auburn 
Fosdiek R. C. Mrs., house 10 Tufts 

FOSS BENJAMIN O., carpenter, 
8 Austin, h. 21 Cherry 
Foss Charles J., sawyer, h. 222 Broadway 
Foss Dureas W., carpenter, h. 27 Mellen 
Foss Edmund F., carpenter, h 5G4 Main 
Foss- F. T., driver Cambridge R. Co. 
Foss Geo. W. W., paper hanger, h. 25 

Webster ar. [2 Jordan place 

Foss Joseph, engineer, 3 Hampshire, boards 
Foss Martha A. Mrs., seamstress, house 115 

Washington 
Foss Wm. H., driver chemical engi e No. 

1, Central sq. bldg. , Western av., h.do. 
Foster Alvin, carpenter, h. 20 Watson 
Foster Andrew, packer, Riverside Press, h. 

44 Tremont [ton, h. 79 Wendell 

Foster Calvin H., hay and grain, 26 Boyls- 
Foster Charles, conductor Charles R. St. 

R. Co. [B.), h. 340 Broadway 

Foster Eben B., bookkeeper (87 State, 
Foster Eben B. Mrs., h. 340 Broadway 
Foster Edward, hostler, bds. 51 Cedar 
Foster Edward A., brick mnfr., r. Martin 

Winslow Sands' brick yard, Walden, 

house at Somerville [Ash 

Foster Edward A., tobacco and cigars, bds. 
Foster Edwin K. Mrs., house 11 Sixth 
Foster Emanuel, furniture polisher (B.), 

house 13 Vine 
Foster Emma B. Mrs., h. 23 Columbia 

FOSTER FRANCIS E., counselor 
(8 Congress, B.), house 15 Oxford 
Foster Henry, teamster, boards 08 Vine 

FOSTER HENRY, book-binder (25 
Arch, B.), house 4 Gore place 

Foster Henry W., provisions (330 Atlantic 
avenue, Boston), house 53 Dana 

Foster Horace Mrs., house 27 Ash 

Foster Hosea J., piano-action maker, 113 
Broadway, house 107 Harvard 

Foster Isabel Miss, teacher Holmes primary 
school, boards 25 Hudson 

Foster Isabella, widow of Robert, house r. 
65 Mount Auburn 

Foster Isadorel. Miss, teacher Cushing pri- 
mary school, boards 25 Hudson 

Foster James, confectioner, 282 Broadway, 
boards 5 Dickinson [11 Leighton ct. 

Foster James, teamster, 111 Bridge, boards 

Foster James Albert, teamster, h. 70 River 

Foster John, clerk, 502 Main, boards 168 
Hampshire [R-)» b. 44 Tremont 

Foster John A., salesman (490 Washington 

Foster Joseph, laborer, h. 5 F'lagg-street ct. 

Foster J., at Cambridge Railway Co.'s re- 
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Foster J. F., at Cambridge Railway Co.'s re- 
pair-shop, Dunster 
Foster Lucy Miss, boards 7 Dana 
Foster Margaret E. Mrs., house 25 Hudson 
Foster Mary A., boarding-house, 40 Boyls- 
ton [Sidney 

Foster Oscar E. D., compositor, boards 23 
Foster Robert S., carpenter, h. 23 Sidney 
Foster S. J. (Foster & Co.). cigars, 450 

Harvard, house 20 Ash 
Foster Susan L. Miss, boards 24 Mead 
Foster Theodore D., clerk (32 Bromficld, 

Boston), boards 12 Mellen 
Foster William, setter-up, 139 Broadway, h. 

at East Somerville 
Foster William, carpenter and city lamp- 
lighter, house 3 Butler's court. Charles 
River [way, b. at East Somerville 

Foster William, Jr.', inspector, 139 Broad- 
Foster Win. H. H., silver-plater, h. Pine 
Foster & Co. (S. J. F'oster), cigars, 450 
Harvard [h. 124 Green 

Foundation Thomas, stone-cuiter, 41 Main, 
Fountain George W., carriagesmith, 370 

Main house 1-15 Main 
Fountain, see Fontaine [59 F'ifth 

F'ouquet Peter, upholsterer (Boston), house 
F'ouquet Peter O., at 102 Broadway, boards 

59 Fifth 
Fowle Henry H., jeweler, house 250 Sidney 
F'owler Charles C, mason, h. 50 Thorndike 
Fowler Charles F\, clerk (123 Broad, B.), 

boards 29 Mellen 
Fowler Chas. O., tuaer, 20 Albany, h. at B. 
F'owler Edward S., boards 29 Mellen 
F'owler F^rank A., mason, house 22 Tremont 
F'owler Harry, packer, boards 4 Eaton 
Fowler Hairy H., laborer, boards 23 Fifth 
Fowler Helen M. Miss, dressmaker, 8 Har- 
vard square, house do. 
Fowler Henry B., boards 29 Mellen 
Fowler John, mason, boards 11 Brewer 
Fowler Stacy Rev., house 29 Mellen 
Fowlea Augustus J. L., confectioner, 503 

Main, boards 20 Jay 
Fox Ann, wid. of Thos., h. rear 55 Charles 
Fox Charles, mechanical engineer, 004 
Main, boards 9 Winsor [Putnam av. 
Fox Charles S., paper-carrier, boards 100 
F'ox Dennis F\, clerk, 422 Harvard, boards 

Sacramento 
Fox Edward B., clerk, bds. 717 Cambridge 
F'ox Edward P., printer Riverside Press, h. 

100 Putnam avenue 
Fox Frank, teamster bds. r. 42 Washington 
F'ox George J, cattle-market reporter, house 
3 Orchard [B.), b. 717 Cainb. 

Fox Herbert C. , book-keeper (48 Canal, 
Ij^OX JABEZ, lawyer (35 Court, B.), 
JD house 4 Mount Auburn 
Fox James A., house 808 Main 
Fox James E., iron-moulder, Pelham, bds. 
rear 12 Portland [r. 'to Charles 

Fox John, harness-maker, 195 Bridge, bds 



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Fox John F.j baker, 502 Main, boards rear 
44 Washington [408 Main 

Fox John L., salesman, 502 Main, house 
Fox Joseph, collector and notary public (33 
School, room E., Boston), h. 14 Lowed 
Fox Mary E. Miss, artist, 14 Lowell, b. do. 
Fox Robert L. B., foreman (150 Tremont, 

Boston), house 717 Cambridge 
Fox Sarah W. Miss, teacher Somerville 

high school, house 11 Mount Auburn 
Fox Thomas J., harness-maker, 105 Bridge, 

boards rear 55 Charles 
Foxcroft Francis A. Rev., h. 17 Arlington 
Foxcroft Frank, literary editor Boston 
Journal (2G2 Washington, Boston), h. 
Foxcroft, corner Avon hill 
Foy John, cutter New England Glass Co. 
Foy John K., house 97 Lake View avenue 
Foy Richard, tinsmith, house 189 Hamp- 
shire, rear 2 
Foye Nathaniel W., cabinet-maker (113 
Haverhill, Boston), h. Elm. near Beech 
Fracas Manuel, blacksmith, rms. 60^ Camb. 
France John W., porter (228 Washington, 

Boston), house 15 Webster avenue 
Francilow Frank A., hairdresser, 128 Cam- 
bridge, house 49 F >urth 
Francis Abbie B. Miss, h. 21 North avenue 
Francis Antoine, laborer, h. 36 Cambridge 
Francis Charles A., printer, bds. 2 Sidney 
Francis Eben, clergyman, h. 43 Kirkland 
Francis Ebenezer, house 43 Kirkland 
Francis Ellen M., widow of George C, h. 

Oxford, corner Hammond 
Francis George E., coachman, 15 Oxford, 

house 5 Charles River 
F.ancis Jajkson, laborer, h. 5 Lowland av. 
Francis Joseph, laborer New England Glass 

Co., house Second 
Francis Joseph, glass-worker, r. 177 Bridge 
Francis Manuel, laborer New England 
Glass Co., house 01 North [2 Sidney 
Francis Matilda, widow of George W., h. 
Francoeur Edward, painter, h. 14 Jackson 
Francoeur Stanislas, painter, h. 137 Dublin 
Frank Charles, ivory turner, h. 196 Green 
Frank Charles, at Niles Bros., Concord av. 
Frankenstein George J., cigar mnfr. , 401 

Cambridge, house at Somerville 
Frankenstein Isidor, pawn broker and fancy 

goods, 403 Cambridge, house 398 do. 
Fraknie Francisco, cabinet maker, house 

32 Kinniard 
Francotte Frank, glass blower N. E. Glass 

Co., house 18 East 
Francotte Joseph, glass blower, b. 18 East 
Franklin Frank, shoemaker, 4474 Main, 

house 1 State 
Franklin John, laborer, house 54 Cedar 
Frara August, casket maker, 203 Bridge, 

house Gore 
Frara Caesar, at 203 Bridge, house Gore 
Fraser Duncan A. (Urquhart & Fraser), 
carpenter, Rideout building, State, 
house at Chelsea 



Fraser Edgar J., 162 Broadway, b. 77 River 
Fraser John W., teamster, house 3 Fifth 
Fraser William A., salesman (241 Atlantic 

• avenue, B.), house rear 45 Winter 
Frasier Daniel E. (Frasier & Smith), and 

(D. E. Owen & Co.), 330 Main, house 

50 Austin [h do 

Frasier Lizzie Miss, dressmaker, 848 Main. 
Frasier Louisa Mrs., house 408 Main 
Frasier W. Thomas B. 4 tailor, b. 408 Main 
Frasier & Smith (Daniel E. Frasier and Al- 

pheus K. Smith), piano-hammer cover- 

ers, 330 Main 
Frates Frank, sand paperer, h. 34 Spring 
Frates Joseph, laborer, house 184 Bridge 
Frawley Jeremiah, lab., h. 43 Banks 
Frawley Michael, lab., house 23 Bay 
Frazier Alex., rope maker (Brighton), h. 

15 Andrew 
Frazier Alex jr., printer Riverside Press, 

house 5 Gordon place 
Frazier Alonzo, rope maker, b. 15 Andrew 
Frazier George, house 121 Thorndike 
Frazier James, at Niles Bros., Concord av. 
Frazier John, laborer, bds 15 Andrew 
Frazier John, teamster, 211 Bridge, house 

7 Fifth 
Frazier J. A., shade maker, 15 Blanche, 

boards 13 Andrews 
Frazier, see Frasier, also Fraser and Frazer 
Frederickson Julia, widow of Fr derick, 

house 246 Harvard 
Freely Feter, hostler, 79 Cambridge, b. do. 
Freeman Alice M. Miss, telegraph operator 

W. TJ. Tel. Co., 203 Bridge, boards at 

Somerville 
Freeman Andrew G., elk, 248 Br'dw'y b do 
Freeman Arsene, harness maker, 57 Win- 
ter, house do. 
Freeman Benjamin B., jeweller (495 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 74 Ellery 
Freeman Benj. H., carpenter, h. 21 Lopez 
Freeman Daniel A., salesman (B.), house 

97 Norfolk 
Freeman Eunice M., nurse, boards 72 

Washington [Trowbridge 

Freeman Hannah, widow of Nathan, h. 12 
Freeman Jane, widow of Nathan nurse, 

house 510 Main 
Freeman Jesse H., clerk (114 F. H. mar- 
ket, B.). house 17 Fairmont 
Freeman John S., proof-reader (31 State, 

B.), house 8 Marvin place 
Freeman Joseph A., harness-maker, bds. 

57 Winter 
Freema Nettie Miss, dressmaker, 12 

Trowbridge, house do. [Main 

Freeman Nathan T., action maker, b. 510 
Freeman Josiah C, cook, house 8 Cherry, 
Freeman Roxana, widow of Bartlett B. 

house 22 Watson 
Freeman Thomas H., baker, h. 94 Gore 
Freeman Thomas N., carpenter, house 248 

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Freeman William, salesman (B.), house 97 



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Freeman Zoneth B., carpenter, boards 5 

Kinnaird 
Freese John W., submaster Washington 

grammar school, house 15 Shepard 
French Cordelia J. Miss, teacher Dana pri- 
mary school 
French David O., decorator N. E. Glass Co 
French Francis M., slater, h. 13£ Franklin 
French Frank D.. teamster, h. r. 102 Spring 
French Frank L., polisher, b. L. B. French 

First 
French George E.. bds. 97 Norfolk 
French George E., news dealer, 588 Main, 

house 578£ do. 
French George L. Mrs., house 97 Norfolk 
French Jennie S. Mrs., dressmaker, house 

33 Fourth 
French John A., house 26 Hubbftrd av. 
French John S., engineer, Revere Sugar 

Refinery, house at Somerville 
French Joseph A., brass polisher, b. L. B. 

French's, First 
French Mary F. Q., widow of Ebenezer, 

house 13 DeWolf 
French Lorenzo B., tinsmith, house First, 

near Siring [house do. 

French Lucy C. Mrs., dressmaker, 23 Essex 
French Oren B., carpenter, Palmer, house 

30 Mellen 
French Robert AY., hairdresser, 389 Main, b. 

387 do. [bridge, h. do. 

French William A., stair builder, 4'o Trow- 
French Win. E., teamster, house 103 Spring 
French William If., teamster, h. 40 Third 
French William II., bookkeeper, 108 Beach 

(B.), house 3G Sidney 
Frenette Ferdinand, safe maker, 17 Main, 

house 36 Broadway 
Frenning John E., bookkeeper (95 Black- 
stone, B.), bds. 47 Norfolk 
Fres Frank Enos, hairdresser, 392 Camb., 

house 17 Seventh 
Fresh Pond Hotel, Fresh Pond lane 

FRESH PO\D ICE CO. (Thomas 
H. Hittinger and Edward A. Daven- 
port), main office foot of Willow, 
branch offices 6 Brattle and 649 Main 
Frew James, baker, 31 Elm, h. 2(5 Sidney 
Flicker Julius, piano tuner, 20 Albany, h. 

at Boston 
Friel John, junk (25 South Margin, B.), 

house Auburn place, 2d on right 
Friel Patrick, cooper, house 10G Fourth 
Friend Edward AV., house 21 Tremont 
Friend Luther, house 21 Pine 
Friend Mary G., widow, house 21 Tremont 
Frier Adolphus S.. hardware (83 Camb., 

B.), house 41 Pleasant 
Friedstrom Andrew I\, safemaker, 17 Main, 

h. 8 Rogers block, Main 
Friel Annie, milliner, h. r. 119 Gore 
Frier August, cabiner maker, rms. 17 Gore 
Frink Wm. A., confectioner (B.),h. 173 Otis 
Fritts Wm. M.. salesman (518 Washington, 
B.), house 10 Oak 



Fritz Gotlobe, wood tnrner (B.), bds. 1 

Rogers block, Main 
Frohock Austin W., clerk, 21 Harvard, 

bds. 27 do. 
Frost Edmund, house 120 Oxford 
Frost George, foreman (40 Cornhill, B.), 

house 39 Orchard [Dover 

Frost Geo. A., artist, 224 North av., h. 7 
Frost Geo. T., hack driver (B.), house 2 

Rogers block, Main 
Frost James M., carpenter (2 Broad, B.), 

h. Hubbard avenue, n. Raymond 
Frost Jordan J., tinsmith, 8 Pearl, bds. 33 

Green [100 Inman 

Frost Luther E. (40 Lincoln, B.), house 
Frost William, house 132 North avenue 
Frost William A., shoe findings (40 Lin- 
coln, B.), bds. 100 Inman 
Frost Wm. 8., county com. Court House, 

Third, house at Marlboro 
Frothingham Amos T , cashier, Tremont 

N tional Bank (8 Congress, B.), house 

338 Harvard 
Frothingham Ashton S., salesman (B.), 

bds. 15 Mellen 
Frothingham Susan Mrs., h. 15 Mellen 
Frye Horatio B., bds. 191 Howard 
Frye James E., provisious, 142 Harvard, 

house do. [453 Camb. 

Frye James K. P., laborer, 1G9 Gore, h. 
Frye Joseph E., bookkeeper (59 Broad, 

B.), house 14 Harrison [Harrison 

Frye Lydia A., widow of Samuel M., h. 14 
Frye Samuel B., laborer, 1G9 Gore, house 

108i Tremont [123^ Winsor 

Frye Sarah E., widow of John W., house 
Fuche Peter, at 1G2 Broadway, h. 59 Fifth 
Fuchs Frank, baker, 407 Cambridge, h* do. 
Fnchs John Edward, currier, house 28 

Broadway [Boston 

Fucigna \ r ictor, scul tor, 70 Bridge, h. at 
Fudge David, cabinet maker, h. 74 Gore 
Fudstrom Andrew, safe maker, 17 Main, 

house 4G Pelham 
Fullam Patrick W. Mrs., h. 3G4 Cambridge 
Fuller Addie R., widow of Richard F., h. 

13 Hilliard 
Fuller Alfred C, clerk (110 North, B.), 

bds. K. O. Fuller's. Prospect 
Fuller Catherine L., widow of Samuel B., 

seamstress, h. Norfolk, cor. Austin 
Fuller Charles A., car inspector F. R. R., 

h. 20 Mead [B.), h. 19 Forest 

Fuller Charles L., insurance (5,s State, 
Fuller Chester H., paper hanger, bds. 5 

Worcester [at Boston 

Fuller Cyrus I>., bookkeeper, 71 Main, h. 
Fuller Edith D. Miss, at Public Library 

(40 Bovlston, B.), house 13 Hilliard 
Fuller Elizabeth L. Mrs., h. 238 North av. 
Fuller Emma L., widow of Arthur P., h. 

13 Hilliard [Harvard square 

Fuller Frank, driver Camb. R. Co., bds. 6 
Fuller G?o. A., carpenter, h. 91 Putnam av. 



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Fuller Geo. C. W., clothing, 5G1 Main, h. 

101 Austin [bds. 10.1 Austin 

Fuller Geo. C. W. Jr., clerk. 561 Main, 
Fuller Geo. I., engineer, h. r. 83 Sacrameno, 

[Dunster 
Fuller G., at Cambridge B. Co. repair shop 
Fuller Lyman I., U. S. postal clerk B. & 

A. B. It., house 12 Essex 
Fuller Robert O., iron and steel (110 

North, B.), h. Prospect, cor. Harvard 
Fuller Robert O. Jr., bds. 11. O. Fuller's, 

Prospect, corner Harvard 
Fuller Samuel D., house CO Columbia 
Fuller Sarah Mrs., house 111 Austin 
Fuller Simeon H., salesman (202 Devon- 
shire, B.), house 68 Dana 
Fuller Waldo, bds. 13 Hilliard 
Fuller Win., packer America Rubber Co - . 
Fuller Wm. H., paper hanger, house 5 

Worcester [Main, h. G4 Sidney 

Fuller Willis E., confectionery, etc., 570 
Fullerton Asbury W., machinist, bds. 30 

Madison 
Fullerton Ellen Miss, heuse 21 Hancock 
Fulton John, painter, 11 Church, house 06 

Si ney 
Fulton John A., house 20 Winthrop 
Fulton Robert S., brakeman F. R. R., bds. 

56 Sidney [bds. 21 Cottage 

Fumara Dominico, hairdresser, 573 Main, 
Funka Frank A., watchmaker, h. 17 Banks 
Furbish Fred B., carpenter, Palmer, house 

Crescent, 3d from Oxford on let' 
Furbush Daniel, h. 1 S cond-st. place 
Furbush Elias, furniture, etc., ( J-t Harvard, 

house 9G do. [33 Ash 

Furbush Joseph H., police station 1, house 
Furbush Milbury, cabinet maker, 12 Gore, 

house at Stoneham 
Furfey Hugh F., cooper, bds. 12 Somerset 
Furshurg Emil, bds, 3 Rogers block, 

Washington 
Furfey Frank, shade painter 15 Blanche, 

boards 12 Somerset 
Furfey Hugh, mat maker 120 Brookline, 

house 12 Somerset 
Furfey James, mat mnfr. 120 Brookline, 

house 118 do. 
Furfey James A., clerk 120 Brookline, 

boards 118 do. 
Furfey James H., mat maker 120 Brook- 
line, boards 12 Somerset [line 
Furfey Michael, mat maker, b. 101 Brook- 
F'urfey Michael, mat maker 120 Brookline. 

house rear 122 do. 
Furfey Wm. P., cooper, b. 12 Somerset 
Furlonu Isaac A., clerk (3 Blackstone, B.), 

h. 13 Magazine 
Furlong Patrick, lab.,b. 164 Gore 
Furlong Stephen C, conductor Camb. R. 

Co.. house 402 Main 
Furlong Thomas, laborer B. & A. R. R., 

house 37£ Warren 
Furness W. H. Mrs!, h. 4 Arrow 



GABELINE NICHOLAS, sausage maker, 

h. 42G Camb. [man 

Gabriel John J., glass engraver, h. 75 In- 
Gadesby Chas., iron worker, house 4 Foster 

block. 91 Main 
Gaffney Andrew, cooper, b. 22 Harding 
Gaffney Anthony, at 203 Bridge, h. at Lynn 
Gaffney Bernard 1L. boot treer, h. 14 East 
Gaffney Chas., tinman 502 Main 
Gaffney Elizabeth, widow, h. 174 Winsor 
Gaffney James, machinist 21) Main, h. 119 

Fourth 
Gaffney Lawrence, laborer B. & L. R. R. 

freight depot, house Gl Spring 
(~^ A€JE DANIEL TV., stoves, tin- 
\JT ware and plumber 157 North A v.. h. 

Lambert Av.. c. Mt. Pleasant 
Gage Geo. AV., express driver (40 Court 

Sq., B.) h. 21 Green [h. do. 

Gage Jennie L. Miss, dressmaker 21 Green. 
Gage Lydia A., widow of Samuel C, bds. 

Daniel W. Gage's, Lambert A v. 
Gage Mary C. Miss, nurse, b. 52.^ Green 
Gage Milton, furniture 200 North Av.. h. 

3G Orchard [Sq. 

Gage Nath'l Mrs., b. F. Perrin's, Arsenal 
Gagnon M., machinist 92 Main 
Gahm Elizabeth B., teacher Gore Primarv 

School, b. 9G Vine 
Gahm John, varnisher Otis, corner First, 

house 9G Vine 
Gaines Major, lab., h. 25 Wash. 
Garlarneau Chas. J., clerk 397 Camb., h. 

rear 172 Columbia 
Gale Cicero C., salesman (Gl Chauncy, B.), 

house 24(5 Harvard 
(^ ALE GEO. T., pres. National City 
VX Bank :>:>:} Main, h. 320 Harvard 
f^ ALE GEO. W., lumber (i!) Main. 
\JT West Boston Bridge, h. 330 Harvard 
| Gale Hezekiah C, h. 29 Chauncy 
(rale Justin E., b. 25 Kirkland 
Gale Maggie, widow of Geo., h. 8 Eliot 
Gallagher Catharine, widow of Thus., h. 39 

Baylston 
Gallagher Chas., traveling salesman (B.), 

house 106 Spring 
Gallagher Edw., safe maker 17 Main 
Gallagher Edw.. stone cutter, house rear 

26 Harvard 
Gallagher Ferguson T., door, sash, an 1 

blind mnfr. State, c. Osborn. house at 

Waltham 
Gallagher Francis C, printer (4 Williams 

Court, B.), h. Charles, corner Fifth 
Gallagher Francis W., student, b. Charles. 

c. Fifth [son 

Gallagher Frank, lab. 1G9 Gore, h. 9 Jeffer- 
Gallagher Henry J., machinist B. & M. R. 

R. shop. b. 185 Camb. 
Gallagher Hugh, cigars, etc. (Somerville), 

boards 187 Hampshire 
Gallagher Hugh. lab. 29 Main, h. 420 Camb. 
Gallagher Hugh J., laborer, h. 30 Gore 



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Gallagher James H., asst. Janitor Prospect 

Skating Academy, bds. 137 Webster 

Avenue [Fifth 

Gallagher James H., sail maker (B.), h. 48 
Gallagher Jane C Mrs., h. 185 Camb. 
Gallagher Jeremiah, clerk, h. 55 North 
Gallagher John, safe maker 17 Main, h. 

177 Otis [Court 

Gallagher John, stone cutter, h. 11 Conlon's 
Gallagher John A., laborer, boards 452 

Cambridge 
Gallagher J., driver Camb. R. Co. 
Gallagher Margaret Miss, h. 36 Harvard 
Gallagher Mary, widow of Owen, house 51 

North 
Gallagher Mary, shoemaker Am. Rubber 

Co., house 177 Otis 
Gallagher Michael, bricklayer, h. 37 Banks 
Gallagher Nicholas, clerk (510 Wash., B.), 

b. 48 Harding [Seventh 

Gallagher Owen, safe maker 17 Main, h. 19 
Gallagher Owen J., bookbinder Riverside 

bindery, h. 25 Lopez 
Gallagher Patrick, lab., h. Conlon's Ct. 
Gallagher Patrick, peddler, h. 48 Harding 
Gallagher Peter A., machinist 17 Main, h. 

Monroe, c. Third 
Gallagher Peter H., horse shoer Palmer, c. 

Church, house 2 Porter [ont 

Gallagher Thos., tinsmith (B.), h. 31 Trem- 
Gallagher Thomas, plasterer G10 Main, h. 

101 Webster Ave. 
Gallagher Thomas J., trunk maker (73 

Haverhill, B.), house G8 Hastings 
Gallagher Wm.. lab., h. Gl Brookline 
Gallagher Wm., police station 2, house 101 

Webster Ave. 
Gallagher Wm. J., salesman (450 Wash., 

B.), and fancy goods 127 and 195 

Camb., h. 185 do. 
Gallant Michael, lab., h. 10 Railroad 
Gallary Wm. J., laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house Waverly, east Fort Wash- 
ington 
Galley George, laborer, house 3G Gore 
Gallivan James, groceries and provisions, 36 

Foster, house do. [Montgomery 

Gallivan John, carpenter, house Dudley, n. 
Gallivan John, laborer, house 59 Boylston 
Gallivan John, city laborer, house 2 Shep- 
herd's block, Charles River 
Gallivan John, teamster, house 16 Foster 
Gallivan John, shoemaker, 38 Foster, h. do. 
Gallivan Mary. wid. of Jas.,h. 71 Boylston 
Gallivan Michael F.. peddler, h. 10 Fourth 
Gallivan Mortimer, laborer, house Marsh 

court, rear 215 Mount Auburn 
Gallivan Patrick, laborer, house Moore's 

block, Marsh court 
Gallivan Patrick, laborer Mount Auburn 

cemetery, house 26 Sparks 
Gallivan Thomas, blacksmith, h. 30 Gore 
Gallivan Timothy, hostler, house Murray 

near Eliot 



Galvas Jacintho, lumber, 139 Broadwav, 

b. 7 Eighth 
Galvin Joanna, widow of Philip, house 116 

Brookline 
Galvin John, laborer H. U., house 6 Grant 
Galvin John A., conductor Cambridge R. 

Co., boards 171 Norfolk 
Galvin J., watchman Murray-street stable, 

Cambridge Railway Co. 
Galvin Mary, widow, house 746 Cambridge 
Galvin Michael, candy-maker, boards 171 

Norfolk 
Galvin Michael, house 171 Norfolk 
Galvin Michael J., laborer, h. 116 Brookline 
Galvin Patrick E., laborer, house 2 Foster 
Galvin Philip J., pressman Riverside Press, 

house 114 Brookline 
Galvin Richard, cooper, h. 116 Brookline 
Galway John, hostler Eighth-street stable, . 

Cambridge Railway Co. 
Galway William, polisher, Mount Auburn, 

opp Elmwood ave., h. 211 Mt. Auburn 
Galway William, Jr., teamster, boards 211 



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Gammon Daniel W. 
Gammon EdAvin E., 

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[Press, h. 212 Green 
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Gammons Bertha, widow of Charles H.. h. 
Gandy Charles, laborer, 126 Portland, bds. 

105 Portland 
Gandy Thomas, house 105 Portland 
Gandy Thomas, Jr., laborer, 126 Portland, 

house 204 Cambridge 
Gann Peter, hostler, house 6G Putnam ave. 
Gannett Agnes Mrs., house 42 Brattle 
Gannett George S., clerk (211 Tremont, 

Boston), boards 3 Dana 
Gannett John P., house 10 Frost 
Gannett John S., clerk, Union Safe Deposit 

Vaults (40 State, Boston), h. 10 Frost 
Gannett Thomas B., superintendent Revere 

Sugar Refinery, Water, boards 3 Dana 
Gannett William Wyllys, house 10 Frost 
Gannett William W., house 3 Dana 
Gannon John L. (B.), painter, bds. 80 Elm 
Gannon Martha, wid. of Patrick, h. 80 Elm 
Gannon Peter James, mason, boards 80 Elm 
Gannon Peter Joseph, boards 84 Elm 
Gannon Thos., laborer, h. r. 40 Washington 
Gannon Thomas, mason, house 84 Elm 
Ganong A. W., carpenter. 356 Main 
Garard J. N., sawyer, 3 Hampshire 
Garbit Frederick J., physician, h. 13 Hewes 
Garceau August, tinsmith, bds. 2 Hastings 
Garcia .Joseph, pork-packer, house 95 Third 
Gardham George T. , conductor Cambridge 

Railway Co., boards r. 118 Cambridge 
Gardham Jane, widow of John, house rear 

118 Cambridge [b. r. 118 do. 

Gardham John S., clerk, 120 Cambridge, 
Gardham William S., bar-keeper, 120 Cam- 
bridge, boards rear 118 do. 
Gardiner Emeline C, widow of Charles F., 

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Gardiner George C, clerk, 221 Bridge, h. 

at Charlestown 
Gardner Amelia C, widow of George M., 

house 14 Cogswell avenue 
Gardner Benjamin R., shoe-laster, house 
203 Hampshire [Mt. Auburn 

Gardner Charles W., milkman, house 248 
Gardner Clarence, machinist, 72 Main, bds. 
78 Chestnut [at Roxbury 

Gardner C. R., setter-up, 139 Broadway, h. 
Gardner Elisha P., laborer, h. 165 Camb. 
Gardner Elliott W., clerk, 156 Cambridge, 

house 203 Hampshire 
Gardner Everett M., pattern-maker New 

England Glass Co. 
Gardner E. S., hostler Cambridge Railway 

Co.,Eighth-st. stable, h. at Charlestown 
Gardner Frank W., boards 19G Cambridge 
Gardner Frederic, machinist, 356 Main, h. 

at Somerville [B ), h. 14 Cogswell av. 
Gardner George W., clerk (9 Chauncy, 
Gardner Hugh L., laborer, Broadway, cor. 

Davis, house 90 Webster avenue 
Gardner James, painter, house 8 Eaton 
Gardner James, hostler, house 7 Fifth 
Gardner Joel, boards 61 Market 
Gardner John C, engineer Boston and 

Lowell Railroad, house 59 Fourth 
Gardner John W., baker and fancy goods, 

196 Cambridge, house do. 
Gardner Mary Jackson Mrs., house 9 Dana 
Gardner Peter, laborer, 160 Gore, and gro- 
cer, house do. [78 Chestnut 
Gardner Randall, machinist, 72 Main, house 
Gardner Robert, waiter Memorial Hall, bds. 

133 Columbia [wharf, B.), h. 10 Lake 
Gardner Samuel B., cooper (25 Central 
Gardner Thomas, laborer, 169 Gore, boards 

15 Warren [bury, B.), b. 6 Blanche 
Garfield Samuel T., salesman (120 Sud- 
Garland Adelbert, furnace-maker. 244 

Broadway, boards 48 Pine 
Garland Alexander, teamster, 120 Hamp- 
shire, boards 52 Elm [h. at Somerville 
Garland Frank E., machinist, 450 Camb. 
Garland Gilman B., painter, house 48 Pine 
Garland Henry, 126 Portland, house 138 

Harvard 
Garmissen Fran VonM., teacher languages, 

h. 112 Spring 
Garmissen Gustavus, furn. polisher, Otis 

co.r First, h. r. 112 Spring 
Garniss Charles T., upholsterer, (350 Wash. 

B.), h. 105Winsor 
Garniss Charles, indigo (B.) h. Hotel 

Inman, 529 Cambridge 
Garrabrant Edward, hatter bds 387 Main 
Garrity Catherine, wid. of John, h. 6 Beaver 
Garrity Edward, cutter, Amer Rubber Co., 
Garrity Henry B., box maker, 3 Hamshire, 

bds. 6 Hannum's block, Broadway 
Garrity James, at Niles Bros, Concord av. 
Garrity James L. building-mover, h. 6 

Hannum's block, Broadway 



Garrity Michael J., plumber, bds. 6 Beaver 
Garrity Martin, at Niles Bros. Concord av. 
Garrity Michael, laborer,, bds. Michael 

Finnigan's, Cushing ct. 
Garrity Patrick, laborer, h. 32 Somerset 
Garrity Thomas, laborer, h. 14 Otter 
Garrity Thomas E., janitor, Harvard College 

Library, rooms Harvard Hall 
Gartland Michael, laborer, h. Concord av, 

n. Belmont line 
Gartland Patrick, teamster Hovey & Co., h. 

80 Kirkland 
Gar/ey James, horse shoer, 106 Portland, 

cor. Hampshire, h. do. 
Garvey John J., grocer 31 Harvard, h. do. 
Garvin Edward, calenderer Amer Rubber Co. 
Garvin Edward, cutter Amer Rubber Co., 

bds. 3 Burrage's block, Bristol 
Garvin Jas. J., brush maker (132 Oliver, 

B.), h. 103 Fourth [103 Fourth 

Garvin John, glass-blower 137 Bridge, bds. 
Garvin Josephine, wid. of William bds* 2£ 

Douglass [bds. 103 Fourth 

Garvin Patrick J., glass-blower, 137 Bridge, 
Garvin Terrance, teamster, h. 5 Potter 
Gary Wesley W., electrician (62 Sudbury, 

B.\ h. 74 Hancock [h. 15 Palmer 

Gaskins Thomas S., night watchman (B.), 
Gasper Henry H., hoop sawyer, (Somer- 
ville) bds. 118 Cambridge 
Gass Chas H., produce com. mer. (61 and 

63 F. H. market, B.), h. 11 Roseland 
Gassett Charles, clerk 157 Blackstone, 

(B.), h. r. 365 Harvard [Grant 

Gately James E., clerk, 1 Palmer, h. 14 
Gately John, laborer John Reardon & Sons, 

h. 62 Waverly [Clark 

Gately John, marble worker, 53 Main, h. 51 
Gately John J., clerk, 9 Harvard sq., h. 

3rd on Murray [do. 

Gately Maria, Mrs., groceries, 63 Spring, h. 
Gately Michael, furn. varnisher, h. 63 Spring 
Gately M., at 174 Broadway 
Gately Patrick J., laborer, John Reardon & 

Sons, bds. 62 Waverly 
Gately Peter, marble polisher, 53 Main, h. 

49 Amory 
Gately Thomas, laborer, h. 105 Kinnaird 
Gately Thomas, at American Rubber Co. 
Gately Thomas, laborer, h. 13 School 
Gates H. Sumner, painter, bds, 23 William 
Gates Linda Miss, assist Matron 41 Holyoke 
Gates Sally, wid. of Henry, h. 23 William 
Gates Stephen F., mechanical engineer, h. ( 

49 River 
Gates Wm. H., painter, 23 William h. do. 
Gaughan John, jointer, 162 Broadway, h. 

17 Ninth, cor. Otis [Columbia 

Gaul Maria A., wid. of Lewis, h. 115 
Gaul Russell, porter, h. 28 Harrison 
Gaulropp, Frank, liquors and boarding 

house, 440 North av., h. do. 
Gaulropp, Frank, jr., clerk, 440 North av.. 

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Gault Benjamiu F., carpenter, h. 92 Pleasant 
Gault Thos., carpenter, h. 26 Charles River 
Gauthier Alexander, cabinet maker,, 137 

Broadway, h. 7 Portland 
Gavin David W., carpenter, h. 28 Warren 
Gavin E [ward, laborer, bds. 3 Burrage blk., 

Bristol [bds. 28 Warren 

Gavin James A., packer Amer Rubber Co., 
Gavin John, drain pipe maker, 132 Main, h. 

126 Green [bds. 28 Warren 

Gavin Laughlin, J., sawyer 130 Broadway, 
Gavv James, at American Tube Works 

(Somerville) h. 3 Stinson ct. 
Gaw Lizzie Mrs., h. 74 Washington 
Gay Archibald EL, sailmaker, h. 4 Davis 
Cay Charles A., janitor City Hall, h. 93 

Green 
Gay E lward De Forest, salesman, (20 Tre- 

mont .Row, B.), h. 132 Auburn 
Qay Elizabeth iss, h. 855 Main 
Gay Elizabeth P., wid. of George E., h. 
' 5 \\ Green [112 Pearl 

Gay Elliott A., sewing machine agt., h. 
Gay Ellsworth L., printer (B.), h. 99 Green 
Gay George A., engii e^r, b Is 99 Green 
Gay George R., fancy goods, 80 Pearl and 

(500 Wash., B.), h. 301 North av. 
Gay Howard E., hairdresser, 531 Main, h. 

5G\ Green [Gay's, Adams 

Gay Walter S., farmer, bds. Mrs. Win. 
Gay William, letter-carrier Cambridge P. 

().. 7 Harvard row, h. 18 Bowdoin 
(Jay William Mrs., house Adams, near Bel- 
mont line [Spring 
Gaygin Martin F., steamfitter (B.), h. 59 
Gavlord EJson D., dentist (120 Tremont, 
* BO h. 21 Worcester [Walden 
Gay lord Frances D., wid. of Edwin, h. 19 
Gaynon M , boiler maker, 72 Main 
Gaytons Bernard, ped Her, h. 167 Spring 
Gaytons Catherine, wid. of John, h. 167 

Spring [h. 24 Sixth 

Gaytons Patrick F., teamster, 105 Bridge 
Gaaron Alfred, packer Amer Rubber Co. 
Geary D.miel, laborer 169 Gore, h. 323 

Ca abridge 
Geary James, cooper, h. r. 53 Vine 
Geary J >hi J., polisher, 44 Cambridge, bds. 

32 Spring 
Geary Joseph, laborer, h. 32 Spring 
Geary Richard J., laborer, h. 91 Harvard 
Geary Michael, boiler maker, b. 164 Gore 
Geary Patrick, laborer, h. 32 North 
Geary Thomas, laborer, h. 50 Cedar 
Geary William, currier, h. 6 Reed 
Geddes Alice A. Mrs., teacher of cooking, 

h. 22 Inman 
Geddes William E., advance agent, St. Ja- 
cobs oil (N. Y.), h. 22 Inman 
Geisler Maria A., widow, h. 125 Winsor 
Geldowsky Ferdinand, furniture mnfr., 

Otis, cor. First, h. 7 Temple 
Geldowsky John F., clerk F. Geldowsky, 

Otis, b. 7 Temple 



Gendreau Frank Mrs., h. Reservoir, near 

Concord ave. 
Gendreau Michael, brickmaker, Parry 

Bros. & Co., Raymond 
Genther Gilmore, tinsmith, 57 Cambridge, 

h. 133 Otis 
Geoghegan Francis J., pool room and cigar 

mnfr., 165 Broadway, h. 61 Hampshire 
George Benjamin E., upholsterer (B,), b. 

994 Cambridge 
George Harvey, h. 104 Ctis 
George John, peddler, h. 41 Vine 
George Mattie R. Miss, b. 375 Cambridge 
George Obadiah, h. 375 Cambridge 
Geppert Herman, sawyer, h. 90 Sixth 

Gerand , widow, h. 14 Murdock 

Gerhard David, brass-finisher, h. 2 Chest- 
nut Park 
Gerhard John B., machinist, 356 Main, b. 

2 Chestnut Park [nut Park 

Gerhard Joseph, brass-finisher, b. 2 Chest- 
Germaine David, gardener and sexton, St. 

Peter's R. C. church, h. 19 Tuttle 
Germaine Joseph P., clerk (14 Franklin, 

B.),b. 19 Tuttle [19 Tuttle 

Germaine Matthew, pump maker (B.), b. 
Gerold Fred, potter' b. Peter Bourget's, 

Crescent ave. [Green, h. do. 

Gerrish Charlotte A. Miss, dressmaker, 83 
Gerrish Edward, b. 8 Avon [Allston 

Gerrish Mary A., widow f Samuel, h. 104 
Gerrish Peter, upholsterer, h. 69 Sixth 
Gerrish Smith, h. 8 Avon 
Gerrish Woodbury, cabin t maker and 

wood carver, 14 Pearl, h. 83 Green 
Gerrity George, tinsmith, b. 28 Pelham 
Gerry Andrew W., cooper, b. 23 Bell 
Gerry Edwin J. Rev.,h. 30 Shepard 
Gerry Frederick A., h. 89 North av. 
Gerry John W., horse-shoer, 9 Tenney, h. 

Elm, c. Tenney 
Gerry Mary, widow of James, h. 2 Bell 
Gerry Patrick, laborer, h. 32 North 
Gerry Warren A., carraige trimmer, b. 89 

North ave. 
Getchell Elihu B., intelligence office, fruit, 

etc., 29 Central sq., b. 70 Franklin 
Getshell Harry C, b. 70 Franklin 
Gethins Patrick, coachman, 320 Harvard, 

h. 167 Green 
Gethins Thomas, hostler, r. 590 Main, bds. 

167 Green [c. Third, h. 35 Third 

Geyer Andrew, apothecary, 88 Cambridge, 
Geyer Frederika S. Miss, crayon portrait 

artist, b. 35 Third 
Gfroerer Charles, carver 162 Broadway, 

b. 349 do. [<>PP- pottery 

Ghaler Frederic, laborer, b. Crescent av., 
Gibbens Eliza P. Mrs., h. 18 Garden 
Gibbens Mary Miss, private school (18 

West Cedar, B.)-, h. 18 Garden 
Gibbons James E.,lab. (B.),h. 25 Jefferson 
Gibbs Fred T., clerk (43 Franklin, B.), h. 

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Gibbs [George O., clerk 

b. 82 Chestnut 
Gibbs Herbert R., clerk 

h. 276 Pearl 
Gibbs Horace G..gas machines (Cincinnati. 

Ohio), b. 110 Inman 
Gibbs Phineas C. h. 20 Suff Ik 
Gibbs Sasan F. Mrs., b. 150 Mt. Auburn 
Gibbs Walcott. prof. H. U.. h. 10 Craigie 
Gil)lin James, laborer, h. 28 Brewery- 
Gibson Andrew, clerk (09 Broad, B.), b. 

James Gibson's, Holworthy place 
Gibson Andrew ,)., agent 00 Pleasant, b. 94 

Prince 
Gibson David, granite cutter A. McDonald, 

b. James Gibson's. Holworthy pi. 
Gibson Elizabeth, widow of Matthew, h. 1 

Second street court [h. 514^ do. 

Gibson George, cigars, etc., 537 Main, 
Gibson Henry, gardener, 333 Harvard, h. r. 

43 Norfolk 
Gibson James, carpenter, h. 19 Vine 
Gibson James, laborer, Mt. Auburn ceme- 
tery, h. Holworthy pi. 
Gibson John, florist, r. 148 Brattle, h. do. 
Gibson Joseph P., reporter (Lynn), h. 3G 

Western avenue 
Gibson Robert, baker, b. 07 Brookline 
Gibson Wm., gardener, house 44 Gardsn 
Gibson Wm. T., milkman and watchman 

Harvard Colle e, house 11 Willard 
Giddings Samuel, livery stable, 15 Gore, 

house 11G Thorndike 
Gifford Elisha, clergyman, house 2 Sacra- 
mento place, 1st on left 
Gifford E., at University Press 
Gifford Franklin K., student H. U., rooms 

2 Sacramento place 
Gifford F. K., conductor Camb. R. Co. 
Gifford Lvsander G. W., 1G9 Gore, rooms 

50 Fourth 
Gilbert Alvah A., lab., house 35 Willow 
Gilbert Brusco, broom maker, h. Crescent 

avenue 
Gilbert Charles, clerk, bds. 2 Cherry 
Gilbert Charles S., insurance agent (B.), b. 

83 Columbia 
Gilbert Ellery T., ins. agt. h. 70 Chestnut 
Gilbert Frederick M., clerk (19 Summer, 

B.), bds. 20 Lee 
Gilbert James L., musician and piano tuner, 

house 87 Cambridge 
Gilbert Joseph, city blacksmith, house 178 

Hampshire [111 Tremont 

Gilbert Joseph, clerk (450 Wash., B.), h. 
Gilbert Wm. F., painter, 72£ Inman, h. do. 
Gilcreas Chas. S., salesman (29 Hawrey, 

B.), bds. 57 Franklin 
Gilcreas D. Austin, carpenter, r. 577 Main, 
house 57 Franklin [41 Cogswell av 

Gilcreas Hannah, widow of Simeon, house 
Gilcreas Mary C. Miss, bookkeeper 112 Har- 
vard, bds 57 Franklin [Elm 
Gill Bridget, widow of Patrick, house 121 



/"^ ILIi JOHN, watches and jewelry, 

\JT 458 Harvard, house 29 Ash 

Gill Margaret Miss, dressmaker, bds. 12 

Mt. Auburn 
Gill Michael, lab., house 22 Hunting 
Gill Thomas E., yard master B. & A. R. R. 

house 3 Belf 
Gillam Charles H., coal and wood, 1 Nor- 
folk ct., house do. [h. 1 Winthrop sq 
Gillam Ellen L., widow of Samuel, nurse, 
Gillam Emma, widow of Henry, bds. 03 

Washington 
Gillan John, grocer, 242 Cambridge, h. do. 
Gilles Archibald A., grocer, 2 Rogers block 

Main, house r. 1 Washington 
Gillen Thomas, cooper, b. 242 Cambridge 
Gillespie Edward, painter, 400 Main, bds. 

305 Main 
Gillespie E. J. Mrs., fancy goods and dress- 
making, 833 Main, house do. 
Gillespie Isaac W. (Gillespie & Short), car- 
penter, 33 Clark, house 81 Winsor 
Gillespie & Short (Isaac W. Gillespie and 

Matthew Short), curpenters, 33 Clark 
Gillies John P., com. trav., house 40 Mt. 
Auburn [120 Prospect 

Gilligan Barney, base ball catcher, boards 
Gilligan James, lab. John Reardon & Sons, 
Gilligan John A., city lab., house 109 Elm 
Gilligan John II., furniture mover (95 

Haverhill, B.), house 240 Bridge 
Gilligan Patrick, driver, bds. 120 Prospect 
Gilligan Patrick, house 120 Prospect 
Gilligan Rose Mrs., dressmaker. 79 Gore, 

house do. 
Gillis Chas. P., brass finisher,!). Gl Charles 
Gillis John, lab., h. Cushing, n. Belmont 
Gillis John, carpenter, bds. 374 Main 
Gillis Patrick, carpenter, b. 01 Charles 
Gillis Patrick, hostler, Mt. Auburn stable, 

Camb. R. Co., house 201 Mt. Auburn 
Gillis Peter, lab., house 53 Vine 
Gillis P., hostler Camb. R. Co., Mt. Au- 
burn stable 
Gillis Simon P., cabinet maker, 348 Main, 

boards 23 Pine 
Gilman Arthur, sec of society for the colle- 
giate instruction of women II. U. , h. 
5 Waterhouse 
Gilman harles, cigar mnfr., rear 110 Cam- 
bridge, house 73 Sixth 
Gilman Edward, grocer, 9 Reed, house do. 
Gilman Elizabeth C, widow of John C, h. 

18 Story 
Gilman Francis B., discount clerk Mer- 
chant's Nat. Bank (28 State, B.), house 
7 Hawthorne 
Gilman Geo. F., carpenter, h. 201 Camb. 
Gilman George W., clerk, 220 North ave- 
nue, house 18 Cogswell avenue 
Gilman Jas. A., carpenter, house 199 Camb 
Gilman James A., printer, 10 Dunster, bds 

18 Western avenue 
Gilman John, machinist, house 9 Plymouth 



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Gilman Mary M. Miss, teacher Wyman pri- 
mary school 
Gilman Peter, boot maker, b. 12 Webster av 
Gilman William B., conductor Cambridge 

R. Co., bds. 42 Antrim 
Gilmore David, lab., h. r. 63 Washington 
Gilmore Edward S., grocer (29 Main, B.), 

house 19 Lancaster 
Gilmore Henry H. (Gilmore & Eustis), 
pror. Camb. Boiling mill, 126 Portland 
house 26 Clinton 
Gilmore James, provisions, 393 Camb. h do 
Gilmore James, lab., Am. Rubber Co. 
Gilmore James H., gio:er, Holworthy, near 
Belmont, b. John, Gilmore's, Auburn pi 
Gilmore John, lab., house Auburn place, 

1st on left 
Gilmore John F., music printer (40 School 

B.), bds. John Gilmore's, Auburn pi. 
Gilmore Peter, boot maker Am. Rubber Co. 
Gilmore Robert H., clerk Camb. Rolling 

Mill 126 Portland, b. 26 Clinton 
(^ IIJIORE & EUSTIS (Henry H. 
\JT Gilmore and Frank I. Eustis), props. 

Camb. Rolling Mill 126 Portland 
Gilmour Win. J., foreman (126 Fulton, 

B.), h. 256 Pearl 
Gilpatrick Edward, foreman Camb. R. Co. 

stable, Bay, house at Somerville 
Gilpatrick Edwin, driver Charles River 

Street R. Co. 
Gilpatrick Elizabeth R., widow of Benja- 
min, house 2 Pleasant Place 
Gilroy James E., clerk Mansion House, 

Bridge, ouse at Boston 
Gilroy Michael, city lab., h. 162 Otis 
Ginger Andrew, furrier, h. 74 Fifth 
Ginty Michael, police officer station 3, h. 

31 Chtrry 
Girard Louis F., stereotyper Univ. Press, 

house 25 Western Avenue 
Girard Marius, currier, h. 37 Harvey 
Girard Seme, brick maker, h. 41 .J/ublin 
Girdler John, at 162 Broadway, house at 
Boston [Columbia 

Given Bella D., wid. of Geo. M., h. 87 Co- 
Glaab Leonard, shoemaker (Watertown), 

h. Cushing, beyond Woodlawn Ave. 
Glacken John H., grocer 21 Harding, h. do. 
Glancy David, hostler, h. 36 Warren 
Glancy John T., stone mason, house 2 

Hunting 

Glan^v Joseph W.. porter (Crawford House 

B.), boards 2 Hunting [Green 

Glaser Frank, foreman 502 Main, house 29 

Glaser Joseph, baker 502 Main, boards 29 

Green 
Glass John H., sawyer, h. 24 Rockwell 
Glass LeRoy, carpenter, h. 12 Andrew 
Glass R'chard, jig sawyer 162 Broadway, 

h. 65 Western Av. 
Glassmacher Henry, prof. St. Thomas 
Aquinas College, h. 2 Amory PI. 



Glazebrook John G., hairdresser 141 Bridge, 

boards at Somerville 
Glazier Geo. M., com. mer. (21 Franklin, 

B.), house 19 Ellsworth Av. 
Gleason Daniel W., tnrner (18 P. O. Sq., 

B.), boards 393 Main 
Gleason Edward L., printer (18 P. O. Sq., 

B.), boards 393 Main 
Gleason Hannah Miss, teacher High School, 

boards 45 Trowbridge 
Gleason Joanna A. Miss, h. 393 Main 
Gleason John H., printer, b. 393 Main 
Gleason Richard, carpenter, h. 27 Sidney 
Gleason Thomas F., iron worker, boards 
393 Main [Tannery 

Gleason Wm. J., teamster F. Fischer, h. 1 
Gleeson Daniel J., asst. pastor St. Paul's 

Church, h. 34 Holyoke 
Glen David, printer (6 : Williams Ct., B.), 

house ) 5 Sumner 
Glendenning John G., laborer, b. 21 Lopez 
Glennon Patrick, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, h. 62 Waverly 
Glennon Thomas, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house 58 Waverley 
Glennon William, stone cutter, house Lo- 
cust, near Holworthy 
Glerhorf Veitus, currier, b. 440 North Av. 
Glidden Arno W., printer University Press, 

h. 17 Wendell 
Glidden Asa M., salesman Bullard & Scott 

(Allston), house 6 Centre 
Glidden Clinton S., clerk (173 State, B.), 
boards 6 Centre [B.), h. Day 

Glidden Edward O., com. mer. (94 State, 
Glidden Frank W., telegraph operator (109 
State, B.), house Hotel Wentworth 7 
Essex 
Glidden Fred B., compositor, b. 6 Centre 
Glidden Geo. F., machinist (26 Chas'n, B.), 

house Cushing, near Belmont 
Glidden Osmond N., clerk 549 Main, boards 

3 Norfolk 
Glocker Wm. H., mechanical engineer 604 

Main, house 686 do. 
Glover Charles C, master mariner, house 

26 Winthrop, corner Dunster 
Glover Henry R., bedding supplies (129 

Friend, B.), house 13 Waterhouse 
Glover Wm. L., asst. auditor (N. Y. & N. 

E. R, R., B.), h. 113 Putnam A v. 
Glynn James, lab. Somerville Bleachery, h. 

13i Warren 
Glynn James F., machinist, boards 327 

Cambridge 
Glynn James F., moulder, h. 284 Broadway 
Glynn John P., blacksmith, b. 27 Camb. 
Glynn Lawrence, blacksmith, house 827 

Camb. 
Glynn Mary Miss, h. rear 25 Grant 
Glynn Matthew G., blacksmith 356 Main, 

boards 327 Camb. 
Glynn Wm., confectioner, h. 128 Bridge 



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Godbold Joseph W., book-keeper (Gl 

Chatham, 15.), h. 35 Orchard 
Goddard Mary C. C., teacher High School, 

boards 105 Prospect [folk 

Goddard Nellie B., wid. of Chas. A., h. Nor- 

Goddard Mrs., rooms 8 Elm 

Goddu John B.. machinist, h. 5 Portland 
Godfrey Benj. F., cooper 1G9 Gore, house 

42 Fifth [thwaite 

Godfrey Chas. G., cooper, h. 37 Cowper- 
Godfrey John G., h. 10 Union 
Godfrey Willard F., sawyer 3 Hampshire, 

boards 10 Union 
Goding Eugene F., tinsmith, house Port- 
land, corner Vandine 
Goding Ellen, widow of Flavel H., house 

Portland, corner Vandine 
Goepper Bros. (Wm. and Gustavns Goep- 

per). barrel mnfrs., Ninth, c. Spring, 

and 138 Gore 
Goepper Gustavue (Goepper Bros.), bar- 
rels, house Ho Otis, corner Fourth 
Goepper John, cooper, Ninth, cor. Spring, 

b. 85 Otis [91 Otis 

Goepper Wm. (Geopper Bros.), barrels, h. 
Goggin James II., c rpenter, h. 15 Grant 
Goggin Michael, laborer, h. 2 George 
Gold George, carpenter, h. 4 Andrew 
Gold Wm., blockmaker, h. 82 Green 
Golden James, laborer, h. 21 Carson 
Golden Michael, laborer, h. 113 Webster 

ave. 
Golden Sarah E. Miss, teacher Harvard 

grammar school, b. 45 Trowbridge 
Golding Barry E., laborer (B.), b. rear 159 

Broadway 
Golding John, teamster, Farrell & Nagle, 

h. Frank, 1st on left 
Golding Michael, laborer, 184 Broadway, 

b. 392 Camb. 
Golding Wm. P., book-keeper, Farrell & 

Nagle, b. Frank, 1st h. on left 
Golding, see Goulding 
Goldman Abram, tailor, h. 205 Harvard 
Goldman Ralph, salesmrn (400 Washi g- 

ton, B.), b. 205 Harvard [Norfolk 

Goldsmith Charles W., extract dealer, h. 12 
Goldsmith Wm. H., book-binder Riverside 

Press, h. 7j Fairmont av. [well 

Goldsmith Wm. H., carpenter, h. 8 Rock- 
Goldspring Edward, printer, University 

Press, h. 61 Auburn 
Goldspring Timothy, plasterer, h. 1G Sparks 
Goldthwait Anstiss M., nurse, b. 11 Far- 
well place 
Goldthwait Francis, action maker, 1G2 

Broadway, h. 29 Market 
Goldthwait Francis E , action maker, 1G2 

Broadway, h. 21 Market, room 4 
Goldthwaite Frederick H., conductor 

Camb. R. Co.. b. G3^ Western av. 
Gomes Antoine, finisher, Otis, cor. First, 

h. 4 Water 



Gomes Joseph L., hairdresser, 101 Camb. 

b. 4 Water [37 Sargent 

Gonier Peter, laborer, Camb. cemetery, h. 
Gonyou Ulric, blacksmith (Brighton av., 

B.), h. rear 120 Magazine 
Gonzales Louis A., 174 Broadway, bds. 5 

Portland 
Gooch Joshua G., principal assessor district 

1, office City Hall, h. 2 Mt. Auburn 
Gooch Nathan G.. coal (70 Kilby, Mason 

building, r. 7 B.), h. 3 Fayerweather 
Gooch Wm. P., assistant corresponding 

clerk National Revere Bank (100 

Franklin, B.), b. 3 Fayerweather 
Good Jeremiah, clerk (307* Wash., B.), h. 

102 Gore 
Good Bridget, liquors, 194 Norfolk, h. do. 
Good John P., sawyer 1G2 Broadway, h. 107 

Putnam av. [folk 

Good Mary, widow of Thomas, h. 194 Nor- 
Good Thomas, laborer, h. 102 Gore 
Good Thomas F., glass stainer (471 Tre- 

mont, B.), b. 27 Union 
Good Timothy J., h. 27 Union 
Good Timothy J. Jr., wood turner (B.), b. 

27 Union 
Goodale George L., professor and director 

of Botanic Garden, H. U., h. 8 Craigie 
Goodale John, inventor (Court, B.), h. 172 

Norfolk [r. lBowdoin 

Goode W. J., carpenter, 74 Boylston, bds. 
Goode Herman, slipper maker, b. 4 Rogers 

ct. 
Goodell John S., sign painter (8 Broad, 

B.), h. 12 Lake 
Goodell Samuel, clerk (24G Devonshire, 

B.),b. 12 Lake [h. Spring 

Goodfellow Mary A., widow of S. Percival, 
Goodman Thomas, machinist, 72 Main, h. 

119 Harvard 
Goodnow Freeman C, marine clerk (54 

State, B., h. 308-i Harvard 
Goodnow George W., h. 18 Tremont 
Goodnow Lucia, widow of Joseph, h. 33G 

Broadway 
Goodnow Luvia Miss, teacher Otis primary 

school, b. G5 Otis 
Goodnow Nancy, Mrs., h. 30 Concord av. 
Goodrich Chas. H., pedler, h. 1LG Webster 

avenne 
Goodrich Elijah D. (7 Exchange pi., B.), 

house 309 Broadway 
Goodrich George H., clerk, h. 86 Allston 
Goodrich Silas, h. 7 Summer 
Goodridge Charles E., clerk (40 Court, B.), 

h. Hotel Wentworth, 9 Essex 
Goodridge Charles F.. grocer (75 Commer- 
cial. B.), h. 82 North auenue 
Goodridge Christine M., widow of Ambrose 

H., h. Hotel Wentworth, 9 Essex 
Goodridge Susie M. Miss, copyist, Otis, 

corner Second, h. at Newton Centre 
Goodrow Chas. E., clerk (105 State, B.), 

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Goodrow Eli L., janitor Zoological Muse. 

um, h. 114 Oxford 
Goodwillie Fred M., clerk (31 Hawley, B.), 

h. 8H Auburn 
Goodwillie James M.. p inter (88 Purchase, 

B.), h. Ill Norfolk 
Goodwin Annie M. Mrs., house 10 Follen 
Goodwin Chas. H., student, H. U., bds. 5 

Follen [avenue 

Goodwin Daniel, at Hewes' pottery. Crescent 
Goodwin Daniel A., currier, bds. 181 Dublin 
Goodwin Daniel H.. house 181 Dublin 
Goodwin Frank Mrs., house 20 Lowell 
Goodwin F. L., at Un yersity Press 
Goodwin George E.. engineer Riverside 

bindery, house 1134 Putnam avenue 
Goodwin Henry, house 23 Sargent 
Goodwin Hersey B., com. mer. (15 India, 

B.), hong i 8 Follen 
Goodwin I. D., carpenter. 113 Broadway 
Goodwin James, mold cleaner N. E. Glass 

Co., house r. 43 Winter 
Goodwin James E. printer, b. r. 43 Winter 
Goodwin Joseph, currier, Dudley 
Goodwin L. M., widow of Joseph, house 

8 DeWolf [37 Putnam av. 

Goodwin Martha A., widow of George, h. 
Goodwin Stephen Franklin, variety store, 

20.") Cambridge, house do. 
Goodwin Thomas, laborer, 91 Broadway, h. 

50 Hampshire [h. 5 Follen 

Goodwin Wm. W., prof, of Greek, H. U.. 
Googins Eben H., travelling salesman, 503 

Main, house 87 Franklin 
Googins George A., traveling salesman, 503 

Main, house 87 Frankin 
Googins Mary E.. wid. of Henry, 98 Winsor 
Googins Thomas B.. clerk (3 No. Market, 

B.), house 98 Winsor 
Googins William B., woodworker Camb. 

R. Co., Dunster. house 83 Plymouth 
Gookin Frank L. , printer University Press, 

h. 42 Putnam avenue 
Gordon Arthur, waiter (83 State, B.), h. 

70 Webster avenue 
Gordon Calvin G., asst. supt. Alhambra 

coffee rooms, (11 Green. B.), h. 72 

Auburn [Osborn. h. 5 Pioneer av. 

Gordon Chas. E., stair builder. State, cor. 
Gordon Elizabeth, widow of John, h. ipi 

Winsor 
Gordon H. F.. at 139 Broadway, h. at Boston 
Gordon James, confectionery, h. 02 Pleasant 
Gordon James T. (Gordon & Barker), con- 
fectioner, .°>50 Broadway 
Gordon John M.. bookbinder (51 Chardon, 

B.), house 101 Winsor 
Gordon John W.. supt. Alhamhra coffee 

rooms (11 Green, B.). h. 72 Auburn 
Gordon Marsraret E., widow of Donald, h. 

14 Beaver 
Gordon Seth T., hostler, h. 10 Murdock 
Gordon Thomas M.. foreman (Fulton, B.), 

how 75 Spring * [Sidney 

G irdon Wi liam. roofer. 559 Main, h. 62 



Gordon William, proof reader University 

Press, bds. 140 Mt. Auburn 
Gordon William M., bds. 101 Winsor 
Gordon & Barker (Jas. T. Gordon and 

Hugh T. Barker), confectioners, 350 

Broadway [128 Magazine 

Gore Avery W.. junk (104 Canal, B,), h. 
Gore Geo. A., clerk (164 Canal, B.), h. at 

Watertown [Harvard 

Gore William, paver and contractor, h. 12 j 
Gorham Frank, receiving elk., 502 Main 
Gorman Ellen, wid. of Timothy, h. r. East 
Gorman James, cooper Goepper Bros., bds. 

51 Vine 
Gorman John, tinsmith, h. 84 Fifth 
Gorman John, house 134 Columbia 
Gorman Julia, wid. of John, h. 51 Vine 
Gorman Margaret, widow, house East 
Gorman Valentine, laborer, 220 Portland, 

house 1 Eighth [bds. .".7 Bristol 

Gorman William, horse-shoer, 498 Main, 
Gormley Ann, widow of John, house 40 

Willow [Hastings 

Gormley Arthur H., brass finisher, bds. 62 
Gormlev George R., piano case maker, bds. 

74 Norfolk 
Gormley Jas. J., stair builder, h. 40 Willow 
Gormley John, house 02 Hastings 
Gorrell John, laborer, 17 Main, h. r. 421 

Cambridge 
Gorrell Samuel, teamster C. II. North & 

Co. (Somerville). h. 180 Winsor 
Gorrow Borys F., laborer, h. 77 Washing- 
ton, cor. Moore 
Gorton Amos ()., teamster, house 40 Third 
Gorton Emily H., house 22 Murdock 
Gorton Samuel M., carpenter, h. 4 Summer 
Gosnell Wm. B., laborer, h. 20 Fairmont 

avenue [40 Mt. Auburn 

Goss Herbert C, clerk, 452 Harvard, bds. 
Goss Osman. painter, h. 141 Columbia 
Gosselin Ferdinand, baker, h. Walden, n. 

Dublin [h. at Charlestown 

Gosselin John, currier at Fischer's tannery, 
Gough Nathaniel, cooper, h. r. 147 Gore 
Gough Thomas J., carpenter, house foot of 

McDonald, beyond the railroad 
Gould Abraham, machinist, h. 10 Lake 
Gould Augustus D., salesman (47 South, 

B.), bds. 100 Prospect 
Gould A., ensrineer, 502 Main 
Gould Caroline A., idow of Dudley F., h. 

100 Prospect 
Gould Edward E. 

Roller Skating 

bds. 100 do. 
Gould Frank, safe maker, 17 Main 
Gould Frederick L. (15 Kilbv, B.), house 

9 Highland 
Gould Frederic W. , bds. 9 Highland 
Gould Harvey H., blacksmith, house 8 

Leighton's court [ington 

Gould Howard F., salesman, bds. 9 Rem- 
Gould John B., carpenter, 21 Washington, 

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Gould Josiah O., machinist, 72 Main, b. 9 

Winsor 
Gould Michael, peddler, h. r. 269 Carab. 
Gould Nathaniel S., boots and shoes (112 

Summer, B.), bds. 10G Prospect 
Gould Packing Co., mnfrs. steam packing, 

rear 113 Cambridge 
Gould Robert, house 147 Cambridge 
Gould Reuben 13. H., treas. Gould Packing 

Co., r. 113 Cambridge, h. 7 Leighton 

court 
Gould Win., baker, h. 9 Remington 
Gould Wm., laborer, h. 18 East 
Gould Wm. E., h. 21 Cogswell ave. 
Gould Wm. H., letter-carrier (P. 0-, B.), 

h. 8 Oak 
Goulding Charles S., captain Prospect polo 

club and skate repairer, Prospect 

skating Academy, 10 Prospect, rms. 9 

do. [b. 9 Murdock 

Goulding Christopher A., brass moulder. 
Goulding Daniel F., horse dealer, h. 106 

Tremont [9 Murdock 

Goulding Elizabeth, widow of Thomas, h. 
Goulding James, laborer, h. 21 Carson 
Gourler Win., hairdresser, 7 Prattle, rms. 

Farwell pi. [h. 23 Fairmont 

Gourlay John, printer (Washington, D.C.), 
Gouthier Louise R., bds. 5 Portland 
Go van David (Go van & Cochran), 1(52 

Broadway, h. 31 Trowbridge 
Govan John C., case maker, 162 Broadway, 

h. 80 Washington 
Govan John C, case maker, 1G2 Broadway. 

h. 91 Columbia 
Govan & Cochran (David Govan and John 

Cochran), organ-case makers, 1G2 

Broadway 
Gove Archibald R. (Paige & Gove), rear 

43 Bridge, h. Maple av. 
Gove Calvin, h. 20 Cottage 
f^ OVE CHARLES S., soda and 
\JC mineral water Mnfr. (30 Canal, B.), I 

h. 28 Warland [Ellsworth av. \ 

Gove Charlotte, widow of Peter, house 23 
Gove Ezra C, apothecary, Main, junction 

Washington, h. 1 Rogers block. Main 
Gove Milo, clerk, 545 Main, h. 9| River 
Gove Nathan, h. 60 Sixth 
Gove Robert H., milkman, h. GO Sixth 
Gove William, brakeman B. & L. R. R., 

h. 40 Gore [h 124 Otis 

Gowdey Martha W. , widow of Albert V., 
Gowey Fred L. ,wire worker (Brighton av., 

B.), b. 149 Brookline 
Gowey Henry, wire worker (Brighton av., 

B.). h. 149 Brookline 
Grace John, baker, 502 Main, h. 28 Harding 
Grace John, tailor, b. 5 Ericsson court 
Grace Frances, widow of Joseph, h. 59 

North 
Grady Bridget, widow, h. 54 North 
Grady Catherine, widow of Joseph, h. 73 

Gore 



Grady Francis, at F. R. R. baggage room £ 

(B.), bds. 73 Gore ^■n 

Grady Joseph, bds. 73 Gore qj 

Grady Martin, horseshoer, 231 Main, house ^ 

basement Rogers blk.. Main — 

Grady Martin, laborer, b. 74 Gore r " t " 

Grady Thomas, tool sharpener, 41 Main, ? 

b. at Boston 



Gragg Frank P., salesman, b. 10 Gardner 



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Gragg Moses H., action maker, 162 Broad- ^^ 
way, h. 10 Gardner. [Pioneer pi. CO 

Graham Ann, widow of Bernard, house 1 CO 
Graham Archie B., plumber, 5 Brattle, b. P3 

at Somerville ,1™*" 
Graham Arthur, hackman, h. 5 McCabe ^ 

Graham Carrie C. Miss, h. 224 Broadway 
Graham Edward W., carpenter, h. 7 Green ^^ 
Graham Frederick, at Niles Bros., Con- Kv 
cord av. [h. 119 Spring f— 

Graham Helena, widow of Thomas A., ^— 
Graham James, laborer, h. 89 Harvard mm A 

Graham Jane, widow of William, house 7 ^~ 
Green ™J 

Graham John, asst. janitor Hemenway xmmm 

gymnasium, rms. do. £4% 

Graham John, laborer, 12G Portland ^i 
Graham John J., candy maker (B.), b. r. 

96 Tremont « 

Graham Maria Miss, clerk 103 Camb., bds. j£ 

7G do. [Dave ct. ^^ 

Graham Mary, widow of Malcolm, house 2 II 

Graham Matilda, widow of Theodore, h. 3 mmu 

Rogers block, Main ^^ 

Graham Michael, laborer John Reardon & ^~ 

Sons. h. rA] Waverly fT§ 

Graham Patrick, laborer, 184 Broadway, 

b. G4 Hampshire am m 

Graham Patrick, laborer John Reardon & ^f 

Sons, h. 117 Pleasant [Hampshire [T™ 

Graham Patrick, soapmaker, boards 61 ^^ 

Graham Samuel, organ varnisher, 162 __ 

Broadway, b. 89 Harvard \J 

Graham Sarah D. Miss, teacher Gore st. mam 

primary school, b. 57 Third Ml 

Graham Wm., bookkeeper, h. 7G Magazine 

Graham Wm., laborer, b. r. 96 Tremont M 

Graham Wm. T., machinist, 72 Main, b. 1 W 

Pioneer pi. "Jfl| 

Graham Wm. Rev., pastor First Reformed £j~ 

Presbv. church (Boston), h. 57 Third JT| 

Graham W. H., conductor Camb. R. Co., ^^ 

rms. 12Dunster ^^ 

Grahmbom Gustavus, drain pipe maker, mm 

132 Main. h. 22 Pioneer av. V^ 

Gralton Philip, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 14 *■ 

Warren ,- 

Grames Charles T., car builder, F. R. R. Cj 

shop. b. 8 Holyoke .. I 

Grames Elbridge G., car builder, F. R. R. |-|-] 

shop, h. 8 Holyoke .— 

Grames Louise Miss, clerk, 442 Harvard, ' 

b. 8 Holyoke C/3 

Grandison Wil'iam. laborer University |T1 

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Decatur 
Graney Timothy, laborer, b. 50 Cedar 
Granger G., conductor Camb. R. Co. 
Granger George H. L., potter, b. 40 Spruce 
Granger John H., varnisher, 203 Bridge, 

b. 198 do. [h. 230 do. 

Granger Stephen J., teamster, 211 Bridge, 
Granger Thomas, h. 6 Lopez 
Granger Thos. F., trimmer, 203 Bridge, h. 

92 Gore 
Grannan Daniel W., compositor University 

Press, h. 211 Green 
Grannan Wm., gardener, h. 227 Franklin 
Grant Albert E., clerk, h* 412 Cambridge 
Grant Alexander M., cabinet maker, 384 

Main, b. 50 Union 
Grant Alpheus, laborer, h. 8 Prince 
Grant .^nnie Margaret, widow of Richard, 

h. 34 Hastings 
Grant Archibald, carpenter, b. 9 Norfolk 
Grant Charles E-,shoemaker(i72 Purchase, 

B.), h. 15 Pleasant 
Grant Daniel W., cooper, h. Squire's hlk., 

Gore [Hastings 

Grant Elizabeth, widow of Thomas, h, 1(5 
Grant Emma G., widow of Goodwin, h. 54 

Green [yard, c. May 

Grant E. D,, driver Camb. R. Co., h. Vine- 
Grant Frank A., mason, b. 262 Sidney 
Grant Geo. W., mason (B.), b. 202 Sidney 
Grant .lames (Grant & Mann), cabinet- 
maker, 384 Main. h. 50 EFnion 
Grant James, stone-cutter, 258 Mount Au- 
burn, house 10 Eliot [50 Union 
Grant James, Jr., upholsterer. 384 Main, b. 
Grant Joseph H., grocer, Mount Auburn 

bridge (Watertown), house Holworthy, 

near Belmont 
Grant Laurence A., engineer Bay State 

Brick Co., house 108 Spruce 
Grant Lucy Mrs., house G7 Ellery 
Grant Marcus M., shipper, 105 Magazine, 

house 8 Prince [h. at Somerville 

Grant Merrill IL, wood-worker. 54 Bridge, 
Grant Rose, widow, house 23 Warren 
Grant Sarah N., widow of Elbridge, bouse 

262 Sidney [R,, B.), b. 776 Main 

Grant Sears IL, freight-clerk (Fitchburg R. 
Grant S. W. Mrs., boards 776 Main 

Grant ladder-maker, bds. 129 Spring 

Grant & Mann (James Grant), cabinet-mak- 
ers and upholsterers, 384 Main 
Gratto Sam'l H., carpenter, b. 7 Stinson ct. 
Gratz Albert C, book-keeper, 502 Main, h. 

55 Green 
Gratz Francis G.. clergyman, h. h^ Green 
Gratz I. aura E. Miss, boards ~>~> Green 
Gratz Louise II. Miss, copyist, 502 Main, b. 

55 Green 
Gratz Pauline Mrs., widow, house 29 Green 
Graustein Adolf II., cheese-maker, rear 43 

Bridge, house 73 Third 



Graustein Herrmann L., cheese-maker, rear 
43 Bridge, h. at Charlestown [Fifth 
Graves Eugene, cooper. 1(59 Gore, rooms 42 
Graves George, agent for Mass. Total Ab- 
stinence Society, house 101 Thorndike 
Graves George A. Mrs., wid., b. 25 William 
Graves Geo. B., wood-engraver, h. C>^ River 
Graves John M., foreman of watchmen, 169 

Gore, house 108 Thorndike 
Graves Linda M. Miss, stenographer, 563 

Main, boards 108 Thorndike 
Graves Oliver B., assistant-foreman, 3 Lin- 
den, house at Boston 
Graves Theodore C. (Graves & Phelps), 
chair manufacturer, State, corner Os- 
born, house at Charlestown [Fifth 

Graves Wilbert, cooper, 169 Gore, rooms 42 
Graves William IL, police, station 2, house 

31 Grigg 

Graves & Phelps (Theodore C. Graves and 

M. W. Phelps), manufacturers, State, 

corner Osborn [Columbia 

Gray Allen, clerk, 221 Broadway, boards 

Gray Allen F., salesman (1 Commercial, 

Boston), bouse 50 Columbia 
Gray Angie O., wid. of Chas., h. 30 Norfolk 
Gray Asa, F'isher Professor of Natural His- 
tory Harvard University, house Botanic 
Garden, Garden, corner Linnaean 
Gray Bridiret, widow of Henry, h. 329 Main 
Gray Dennis A., carpenter, house 107 Co- 
lumbia 
Gray Edwin, carpenter, boards 4 Eaton 
Gray Elizabeth Miss, house 107 Green 
Gray Elizabeth Mrs., house 128 Pleasant 
Gray Elmer E., clerk, 17^ Rice, bds. 17 do. 
Gray Frank, teamster, house r. 162 Dublin 
Gray George H., polisher. 20 Albany, bds. 
2 Columbia [School, h. 3 Mason 

Gray Geo. Z., n.r>., Dean Episcopal Theo. 
Gray Hannah, wid. of Gideon, b. 693 Main 
Gray Harry, waiter, 120 Camb., rooms do. 
Gray Horace J., deputy-collector Internal 
Revenue (Post-office building, room 39, 
B.), house Bristol, corner Webster av. 
Gray Hugh R., druggist, 475 Main, house 
477 do. [at Charlestown 

Gray H. W., wood-moulder, 203 Bridge, h. 
Gray James, laborer, house 9 Revere 
Gray James, laborer, house 201 Franklin 
Gray James, boiler-maker, house 126 Green 
Gray James M., waiter (Young's Hotel, B.), 

house 9(5 Harvard 
Gray John C,, lawyer (40 State, room 20, 
B.). house Brattle, c. Fresh Pond lane 
Gray John C, expressman, house 15 Sands 
Gray John L., laborer, house 86 Harvard 
Gray Joseph, hostler Cambridge Railway 

Co.. house 45 Garden court 
Gray Peter, house 10 Plymouth 
Gray Feter, lanterns and tin- ware (12 Mar- 
shall. Boston), house Groveland, 1st 
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Gray Rebecca Miss, house 107 Green 



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Gray Richar 1 W., piano-finisher, 20 Al- 
bany, ho se 74 Cheslnut [h. 11 Front 

Gray Kobert A., United States postal-clerk, 

Gray Koberi R., manufacturer of knife-pol- 
ishers, bouse 4 Worcester 

Gray Walter, printer University Press, rms. 
3 Charles River 

Gray Walter S., clerk, house 181 Harvard 

Gray William H., instructor House of Cor- 
rection, house rear 166 Cambridge 

Gray William H., painter, house 18 Willow 

Grayson Peter, machinist (Charlestown), 
house GO North 

Greaves Charles H., clerk (40 State, room 
37, Boston), boards Elm, corner White 

Greaves Thomas J., carriage-painter (B.), 
house Elm, corner White 

Grebenstein Edward W., book-binder Riv- 
erside Press, house 26 Jay 

Greco Letterio C, hairdresser, 573 Main, h. 
2iCottige [167 Winsor 

Greeban John B., cooper (Boston), house 

Greely Prank B., carpenter, 113 Broadway, 
house 21 Antrim [33 Porter 

Greely James, laborer C. H. North's, house 

Greely Leander, carpenter, builder, and 
lumber, 113 Broadway, h. 113 Pleasant 

Greely Philip Mrs., house 13 Centre 

Greely Philip T., house 13 Centre 

Greeley Rensselaer, foreman, 1 13 Broad- 
way, house 21 Antrim 

Greeley William B., book-keeper (218 
Franklin, Boston), boards 13 Pleasant 

Green Alfred, printer (117 Franklin, B.), 
house 432 Broadway 

Green Alfred M., clerk (211 Tremont, B.), 
boards 432 Broadway [b. 71 Allston 

Green Allen M., clerk (16 Oliver, Boston), 

Green Andrew J., principal assessor district 
3, office City Hall, house 28 Second 

Green Ansil W., jobber Camb. R. Co., h. 
18 Dunster 

Green A., h. 54 Bridge 

Green Catharine, widow of Chas. A., house 
14 Washington Avenue 

Green Chas., tobacco, etc. (143 Camb., B.*) 
house 15 Hollis 

Green Charles G. (3G Hawley, B.), house 
14 Washington Avenue 

Green Charles R., stair builder 113 Broad- 
way, house 32 Market 

Green Cheney, teamster (117 Frankiln, B.) 
house 830 Main 

Green Daniel, lab., h. 13 Sparks 

Green Dinsmore, machinist 174 Broadway, 
boards at Wakefield 

Green Edw., glass blower, b. 42 Vine 

Green Frank F., laborer Camb. cemetery, 
h. 21 Reed 

Green Geo., boiler maker 02 Main 

Green Gustof, helper 17 Main, h. 8 Rogers 
block, Main 

Green Henry T., printer Riverside Press, 
house 81 School [house 74 Otis 

Green Herbert, teacher (Deer Island, B.), 



Green Jeremiah, liquors 8 Broadway, b. do. 
Green John, shoemaker 110 Gore, h. do. 
Green John, currier, h. 2 Jefferson 
Green John, at 17 Main 
Green John S., organ maker (Waltham, c. 

Wash., B.), house 71 Allston 
Green Joseph W., variety store 180 Hamp- 
shire, house do. 
Green Louisa, b. GO Brattle 
Green Maria, widow, h. r. Ill Elm 
Green Michael, cigar maker 509 Main, b. 

4G4 do. 
Green Michael, lab., house 2G Sparks 
Green Nicholas St. John Mrs., house 20 

Buckingham 
Green Oscar F., stair builder 113 Broad- 
way, h use 4 Seckel 
Green Patrick, laborer, h. 14 Vine 
Green Peter F., cabinet maker, h. 30 Gore 
Green Philip, painter 101 Green, house 13 

Fairmont Av. 
Green Richard, porter, h. 2G Warren 
Green Thomas, fireman Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, h. 80 Sixth [Reed 
Green Thos., lab. Camb. cemeterv, h. 14 
Green Thomas, tinsmith 8 Brattle, b. 15 

Farwell Place 
Green Thos. H., gardener, b. 14 Reed 
Green Thos. L., cabinet maker, h. 30 Gore 
Green William, 174 Broadway, boards G3 
Hampsbire [b. -1 Seckel 

Green Wm. F., wood engraver (31 Mill ,5.) 
Greene Albert T., artists' oil color mnfi. 00 

Green, h. do. 
Greene Chas. H., machinist, h. 83 Auburn 
Greene Elbridge A. (Greene & Co.), stoves 

etc., 552 Main, house 07 Green 

Greene John, laborer, h. 4 Dinsmore Ct. 

Greene Joseph T., upholsterer (B.), bds. 

60 Elm [Green 

Greene Mary H., wid. of Issacher A., h. 05 

Greene Peter, cabinet maker (B. ), house 

GO Elm [30 Gore 

Greene Thos. L. , varnisher 203 Bridge, h. 

Greene Walter A., teamster G13 Main, h. 

71 School L Elm 

Greene Wm. H., upholsterer (B.), bds. 60 

Greene & Co. (Elbridge A. Greene), stoves, 

furnaces, etc., 552 Main 
Greener Mary A., wid. of Rich'd W., h. 63 

Wash. 
Greenlaw Frank E., at Am. Rubber Co., b. 

125 Harvard 
Greenlaw Harry E., at Fairbanks & Neale 

(B.)i boards 125 Harvard 
Greenlaw Moses W., polisher (B.), h. 125 

Harvard 
Greenleaf Albert P., mason 460 Main, and 

variety store 3G0 Main, h. 4G4 do. 
Greenleaf Geo. W., decorator, h. 12 Antrim 
Greenleaf Geo. W., plumber, house Chest- 
nut, c. Sidney 
Greenleaf James Mrs., h. 76 Brattle 
Greenleaf Joseph, mason, h. 10 Fairmont 
Greenleaf Joseph, millwright, h. 28 Fifth 



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h. 49 Essex 
Greenough Henry, h. 747 Camb. 
Greenough James, flour (24 Commerce, B.) 

house 33 Tremont 
Greenough Jas. B., prof. H. U. , house 

foot Brewster Place 
Greenough Jas. J., teacher (20 Boylston 

Place, B.), b. James B. Greenough's, 

Brewster Place 
Greenough Wm. P., flour (24 Commerce, 

B.). house 123 Oxford 

GKEEKOUOH W. A. & CO. 
(Elmer Littlefiekl and James E. Hun- 
tress), compilers, printers and pub- 
lishers, Cambridge City Directory 5 
Harvard Sq., 575 Main, and (31 Milk, 
B.) 
Greenwood Jos., brick maker h.118 Dublin 
Greenwood Joseph A., laborer, house 116 

Dublin 
Greenwood Lemuel A., overseer Camb. R. 

Co.'s stable 201 Main, h. 65 Green 
Greenwood Moses, salesman (177 and 181 

Congress, B.), h. 8 Mellen 
Greenwood Wm. P., supt. Seavey & Co., 

Third, house 140 Harvard 
Greer Hiram, truckman (24 Kingston, B.), 

house 32 Second 
Gregg David A., draughtsman (211 Trem- 
ont, B.), house 127 Auburn 
Gregory Dexter W., conductor Camb. It. 

Co., boards 1 Dover 
Gregory Edw., iron worker Boston Bridge 

Works, boards 15 Warren 
Gregory Frederick W., com. mer. (3 Cen- 
tral wharf, B.), h. 29 Lee 
Gregory James A., conductor Camb. It. Co., 

bds 354 North av. 
Gregory Sarah B. Miss, h. 681 Main 
Gregory Thomas B., packer N. E. Glass 

Co., h. 26 Fifth 
Grennier Adolph, wood turner, h. 6 Eighth 
Gribben, H. C, machinist 72 Main 
Gribben James, blacksmith 29 Main, h. at 

Boston 
Gribben Mary Mrs., h. 17 Brown 
Gridley James F., bds. 61 Oxford 
Grieves Charles II., brass-moulder, h. 122 
Otis [school, bds. 3 Sixth 

Grieves Sarah M., teacher Allston grammar 
Grieves Sarah T., wid. of Thos.. h. 3 Sixth 
Grieves W. Frank, clerk, (11 Kilby B.), b. 
104 Spring [Works, h. 104 Spring 

Grieves Wm. II., watchman, N. E. Glasn 
Griffin Arthur C, wheelwright, 270 North 

av.. h. 26 Rice 
Griffin Daniel, apprentice 356 Main, bds. 

Auburn pi. 
Griffin Dennis, laborer, h. 45 Cambridge 
Griffin Dennis, laborer, (Somerville), h. 

14 McCabe 
Griffin Dennis C, gents' furnishing goods, 
131 Bridge, h. at Somerville 



Griffin Edith A., wid. of Eliphalet, h. 26 

Rice 
Griffin Edward J., porter, h. 41 Spruce 
Giiflin George H., tinsmith, 220 North av., 

h. 40 Cogswell av. 
Griffin Harvey B., carpenter, h. 17 Mead 
Griffin James, ware dresser, o5(> Main, h. 

Auburn pi. [Auburn pi. 

Griffin dames, jr., apprentice 356 Main, b. 
Griffin Jeremian, currier, bds. 3(5:5 North av. 
Griffin John II., carpenter, h. 6 Beech 
Griffin Mary, widow of Dennis, h. r. G5 Mt. 

Auburn 
Griffin Mary, wid. of Michael, h. 20 Carson 
Griffin Michael, laborer, h. r. Locust, near 

Gushing 
Griffin Michael, bookbinder, h. 19 De Wolf 
Griffin Michael (Griffin & Dolan), soap 

ninfr., r. 13 Decatur, h. 75 Brookline 
Griffin Stephen, laborer, h. 6 Shepherd's 

blk., Charles River [Orchard 

Griffin Sylvanus, driver steamer 4, bds. 32 
Griffin Thos., cleaner B. &. L. It. It. shop 
Griffin Thos., machinist, 17 Main 
Griffin Thos., laborer, (Somerville) h. 14 

McCabe 
Griffin Thomas H., book gilder, house 4 

Symond's block, DeWolf 
Griffin Willard F., clerk (278 Devonshire, 

B.), bds 40 Cogswell av. 
Griffing Maria L. Miss, h. 85 Thorndike 
Griffiis Eiias D., tin-worker, 153 Putnam 

av., h. 37 Somerset 
Griffith John J., laborer Wm. Reardon & 

Sons, h. 11 Valentine 
Griffith John, police, station 2, h. 4 Moore 
Griffith Margaret, tailoress, h. r. 52 Fifth 
Griffiths George, teamster, 11 Bridge, h. 

13 Leighton ct. 
Griffiths Goorge W. bds. 37 Somerset 
Griffiths John J. slater, h. 3 Rogers blk., 

Main [h. 57 Hampshire 

Griffiths William J., planer M. E. Rideout's, 
Griggs Charles C., teamster h. 40 Winsor 
Gryjgs Geo. W., sawyer 139 Broadway, 

rooms 91 Plymouth 
Griggs James B., teamster (124 Com- 
merce, B.), h. 40 Winsor [Prospect 
Griggs Lucy J. Mrs., h. 8 Robbing blk., 
Grills Charles J., sail-maker and grocer 93 

Fourth, h. do. [B.)>> 23 Reed 

Grimes Michael, tinsmith (137 Cambridge, 
Grimshaw James, fireman, Niles Bros., 

Concord av., h. Vineyard 
Grinham John, grocer, 115 Pleasant, h. do. 
Grinham Patrick, laborer, h. Andrew, near 

Somerset [basement, Main 

Grose Edgar F., produce, h. 7 Rogers blk. 
Grose Eliza, wid. of William, h. 5 Suffolk 
(J rose George L., bds. 55 Suffolk 
Grose Henry H., provisions, bds, 5 Suffolk 
Gross Mary E., wid. of Robert G., h. 22 

Hastings [B.), h. 99 Pleasant 

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Grossman Frederick, machinist (109 Court, 

B.), h. 263 Putnam av. 
Grove George, inventor, h. 1G7 Broadway 
Grove James 11. mariner, h. 4G Sidney 
Grover Charles 11., jeweller, b. 18 Kinnaird 
Grover Chester B., h. 331 Broadway 
Grover Edward O., master Shepherd gram- 
mar school, h. at Arlington 
Grover Frank, tinsmith, 8 Brattle, h. Parker 

n. Buckingham 
Grover Lucas B., h. 335 Broadway 
Grover Nathan M., printers' detergent man- 
ufacturer 18 Kinnaird, fat. do. 
Grover Walter C, messenger Central Na- 
tional Bank (121 Devonshire, B.), bds. 

33.3 Broadway 
Groves Frank, butcher, bds 84 Cambridge 
Grueby Edward L., treas., Am. Net and 

Twine Co., (43 Commercial, B.), h. 33 

Harris 
Gruring Fred, watch-case maker house 2G3 

Putnam av. 
Gudey Bri lget, wid. of Harmon, h. 4 

Rogers ct. 
Guellnitz John M., restaurant (17 Clinton 

B.), h. 4. Cowperthwaite 
Guenette George, potter, h. 120 Dublin 
Gnenther John, h. 782 Main 
Gnerrier 10 ben. carpenter, h. 4 Dave court 
Guilbault Frank, cooper, 169 Gore, house 

Squire's block, Gore 
Guild Albert Mrs., h. 2o Prospect 
Guild Charles H., provisions, 383 Main, h. 

15 Myrtle pi. 
Guild Harry A., clerk (82 Water, B.), b. 

142 Washington 
Guild Harriette E., widow of George A.. 

h. 150 Mt. Auburn 
Guild James E., machinist, b. 15 Myrtle pi. 
Guilmartin James, book-keeper (B.), h. 35 

Winsor 
Guiney John, weigher, John Reardon & 

Sons, h. 54 Waverly 
Guiteau Frank, stone cutter, b. 26 Vine 
Gi.Ftand Joseph, jeweller (7 Green. B.), b. 

Avers block, Third [Camb. 

Gummo Win. H., blacksmith, h. 432£ 
Gunn Wm. D., carriage painter, 178 North 

avenue, h. 2 Kegent 
Gunner John, cabinet maker, 17 Main, h. 

40 Broadway 
Gunning John J., piano hammer coverer. 

330 Main, h. 14 Clark 
Gunning Kate Mrs., h. 14 Clark 
Gunnison Daniel O., painter, G3 Moore, h. 

64 Inman 
Gunnison Frederick A., salesman (84 

Washington, B.), h. 59 Pleasant 
Gunnison Sarah J., teacher Felton primary 

school, b. G4 Inman 
Gunther Benj. F., casket trimmer, 203 

Bridge, h. 1G Gore 
Gunther Joseph, currier, h. 3G ' North av. 



Guppy Annie M. Mrs., (Guppy & Dear- 
born), dressmaker, 170 Hampshire, h. 
do. 
Guppy & Dearborn (Mrs. A. M. Guppy an 1 
Miss E. A. Dearborn), dressmakers, 
170 Hampshire 
Gurney Edward P., carpenter, 113 Broad- 
way, b. 33 Green [Amory 
Gurney Edwin L., music teacher, h. 15 
Gurney Ephraim W., University Professor 
of History H. L'., h. 10 Pay»rweather 
Gurney Hannah V., widow of Thomas, h. 
21 Brookline [12 Eliot 
Gurney Henry F., driver Camb. R. Co., h. 
Gurney Thos. E., mason tender, 4G9 Main, 

h. 21 Brookline 
Gurnham Thomas, variety store, 160 North 

avenue, h. 30 Cogswell avenue 
Gurnsey Joseph W., h. 27 W r insor 
Gurry Bernard, cooper, b. 210 Sidney 
Gurry John, laborer, h. 210 Sidney 
Gurry John F. (O'Brien & Gurrv), horse- 

shoer, 498 Main, h. 1G Blanche 
Gurry John N., sizer, 15 Blanche, b. 7 

Franklin 
Gurry Thomas, soap maker, h. 69 Brookline 
Gushee Edward M., Rev., rector St. Peter's 

h. 30 Fee 
Gushee Julia S. Miss, teacher City primary 
sch ol, Almshouse, tannery, b. B0 Lee 
Gustafson H. T., helper, 17 Main 
Gustavson E.. eaoinet maker, )i. 170 Put- 
nam avenue 
Gustos John, safe maker, 17 Main 
Gutheim Sophia, widow of Frederick L., 

cigar mnfr., 60 Spring, h. do. 
Guthrie James F., machinist (B.), bds. 73 
Dana [pect 

Guy Sarah A., widow of Albert, h. 25 Pros- 
Guyer Lewis B.. boots and shoes, 97 Camb. 
* h. 38 Fourth [dock 

Guyett Charles, cornice maker, h. 19 Mur- 
Guyett Felix, painter, 16 Boyls on, b. 42 

Mt. Auburn 
Guvney John, currier, h. 1. Montgomery 
Gwyme Wm. H. (Gwynne & Co.), h. 47 

Brattle 
Gwynne & C<». ( Wm. H. Gwynne), liverv 
" stable, 22 and 24 Brattle 

HAAG JACOB, cigar maker, Tearl, h. 1G 

Lopez 
Haberlin Maggie E. Mrs., 85 Brattle 
Hackett Bridget, widow of Patrick, h. 164 

Franklin 
Hackett F.. hill boy Camb. R. Co., b. 1G4 

Franklin [163 do. 

Hackett Henry, packer, 162 Broadway, I). 
Hackett Henry C, letter carrier P. O., (HI 

Main. h. 15 Summer 
Hackett Jacob, teamster, h. 25 Decatur 
Hackett John, foreman of safe makers, 17 

Main, h. at Maiden 
Hackett John Mrs., h. 16 Hancock 



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Hackett John H., at University Press, h. 

176 Green 
Hackett J. G. , conductor Camb. R. Co., h. 

164 Franklin 
Hacl.ett Murtie, b. 83 Brattle 
Hackett Thomas H., driver Charles R. St. 

R. Co., b. 164 Franklin 
Hackett Walter II., printer University 

Press, h. 83 Brattle 
Hadcock Charles E., sexton First Baptist 

church, h. 54 Trowbridge 
Haddock George, silver plater (50 Sudbury, 

B.), b. rear 113 Thorndike 
Iladden George, stone-cutter, 258 Mt. Au- 
burn, b. 7 Maynard pi. 
Hartley Alice, clerk, 207 Camb., b. 6 Oak 
Iladley Clarence V., sign painter, 76 Gore, 

b. 36 Fourth 
Iladley Elbridge J., trimmer, 203 Bridge, 

h. 6 Oak 
Hadley George A., printer, b. 36 Fourth 
Iladley Henrietta A. Miss, teacher Cushing 

primary school, bds 78 Kirkland 
Hadley Lucy J., widow of Elijah L., house 

78 Kirkland 
Iladley Martha J., wid of Wm. P., house 

35 Market [h. 36 Fourth 

Hadley Nathaniel I., boot maker, 76 Gore 
Iladley Theodore F., conductor (South 

Boston R.R., B.), bds. 85 Market 
Iladley Wm. F., clerk, 168 Gore, house at 

Arlington 
Haffelder Fred, foreman of butchers, 169 

house 13 Squire's court 
Ilagan Bernard, cooper, bds. 140 Brookline 
Hagan Edward, millman, I vers & Pond, Pi- 
ano Co., Albany 
Hagan Edward C. 1)., electrician (B.), h. 

Hotel Cambridge, Crescent av. 
Ilagan Felix, lab., house 139 Bridge 
Hagan Harry, blacksmith, Palmer, corner 

Church, bds. 22 Church 
Hagan Mary, widow of Peter, house 104 

Brookline 
Hagan Nancy Mrs., house 102 Brookline 
Hagan Patrick, blacksmith, house 93 Brook- 
line 
Hagan Pa rick, lab., bds. 104 Brookline 
Hagan Peter, cooper, b. 104 Brookline 
Hagar Archibald, printer, house 6C> Second 
H gar Fred W., house 29 Pleasant 
Hagar Fred W. jr., collector (P. O., B.), 

boards 5 Hancock Place 
Hagar Harry, conductor Camb. R. Co., bds 

at Watertown 
Hagelin Carl, tailor, house 112 Harvard 
Ilagan Hermann A., prof, of Entomology 

Museum of Comparative Zoology, H. 

U., house 7 Putnam avenue 
Hagerty Jeremiah, city lab., b. 19 Seve th 
Hagerty John, black smith, 92 Main, house 

88 Fifth 
Hagerty John, tailor, 430 Harvard, bds. do. 
Hagerty Mary Mrs., house March ct. 



Hagerty Patrick, at rubber factory, boards 
Ross House 

Hagerty Patrick, blacksmith, h. 67 Brook- 
line [11 Winter 

Hagerty Thos., blacksmith (Somerville), b 

Hagerty, see Hegerty 

Haggerty John, carpenter, b. 88 Mt. Auburn 

Hagquist John, tailor (B.), h. 7 Rogers 
block, Main [Spring 

Hain Nicholas, carver, 44 Camb. house 177 

Haines Alvin M., bookkeeper and weigher, 
Almshouse, house at Somerville 

Haines Arthur W., messenger Met. Nat. 
Bank (B.,, bds. 234 Broadway 

Haine s John P., at Boston Diatite Co., 
(Charlestown;. house 67 Wright 

Haines John W,, silverer, Union Glass Co. 
(Somerville), house 234 Broadway 

Haines Samuel A., accountant (18 Canal, 
B.), bds. 125 Prospect 

Haines, see Haynes 

Halberg Nicholas, coach maker, 22 Broad- 
way, house 137 Main [20 Prescott 

Halbert Walter A., student H. U., rooms 

Halcrow Charles, cook, rms. 156 Harvard 

Hale Aaron, boarding and sale stable, Elm, 
cor. Broadway, house 341 Broadway 

Hales Charles B., driver, Cambridge R. Co. 
house 58 Holyoke 

Hale Dudley P.. bell ringer, h. 29 Fairmont 

HALE EDWIN B., lawyer (209 
Wash., rooms 39 and 40, B.), bds. 
387 Harvard 
Hale Henry L. , engineer. Mount Auburn 

cemetery, boards 36 Ash 
Hale Thomas K., expressman, b. 63 Inman 
Hales Arthur, carpenter, house 140 Garden 
Haley Charles B., com. mer. (206 State, 

B.), house 97 Austin 
Haley Charles E.. fancy goods (11 Avon, 

B.), house 14 Ellery 
Haley Christopher, lab., house 132 Garden 
Haley Daniel, lab., house r. 20 Carson 
Haley Daniel, lab., house 174 Brookline 
Haley Daniel, lab., house 182 Dublin 
Haley Daniel, lab., house 10 East 
Haley Daniel M.. lab., house 188 Green 
Haley Dennis, lab., 180 Main, house Holl- 

ing mill block, Bristol [149 Franklin 
Haley Dennis J., elec r.)typcr (15.), boards 
Haley D., printer University Press 
Haley Edmund, lab. house 1 ('lav 
Haley Edwin L., iron, steel and hardware, 

(45 Oliver, B.), house 144 Magazine 
Haley Ellen Miss, packer, 502 Main, bds 47 

School 
Haley Emily N.. wid of Jesse, h 10 YVinsor 
Haley Hannah Mrs., house 47 School 
Haley Harry, teamster, 221 Bridge, house 

125 Gore 
Haley Henry, hostler, b. 186 Hampshire 
Haley Ilonora. widow of Dennis, h. 6 Laurel 
Haley II., shifter, Cambridge R. Co., Mur- 
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Haley James, teamster, b. 9 ^Sparks 
Haley. James, house 47 School 
Haley Jas. II.. teamster, b. 187 Mt. Auburn 
Haley Jeremiah, shoemaker, 1G7 Bridge, 

house at Boston 
Haley Jesse W., engineer (45 School, B.), 

boards 10 Winsor 
Haley Joanna, widow of David, h 21 Sparks 
Haley John, hostler 1G9 Gore, house 9 Jef- 
ferson [h. 47 School 
Haley John, iron moulder, Third, c. Bent, 
Haley John, house 277 Cambridge 
Haley John, lab. house 29 Winthrop 
Haley John driver Charles River-st. R. Co. 

bds. "4 Hampshire 
Haley John, teamster, 221 Bridge b 125 Gore 
Haley John, driver Charles Kiver-st. K. Co 

boards 22 Eighth 
Haley John, house 13 Vine 
Haley John, baker. 502 Main, h. 17 Decatur 
Haley John jr.. bar-tender, b. 277 Camb. 
Haley John H.. tinsmith, 244 Broadway, h. 

GO Columbia 
Haley John \\\, book prcsser, b. 21 Sparks 
Haley Margaret, widow of James, house 

187 Mt. Auburn 
Haley Mary, wi low of Patrick, h. 13 Willow 
Haley Mary, widow of Frank, h. 4*.) Vine 
Haley Mary, widow of Jason, house 150 

Thorndike 
Haley Michael, lab. bds. 277 Cambridge 
Haley Michael, city lab., h. 183 Hampshire 
Haley Michael, carpenter, house 128 

Hampshire 
Haley Michael, junk, house 49 Vine 
Haley Michael, hen dealer, bds. 1 Clay 
Haley Michael jr., baker, 502 Main, boards 

183 Hampshire 
Halev Michael, tin worker, 153 Putnam av. 

boards 162 do. 
Haley Norah Miss, bds. 47 School 
Haley M. E., conductor Cambridge R. Co., 

house 7 Hayes court 
Haley Nellie Miss, packer, 31 Elm 
Haley Patrick, teamster, 12 Central square, 

house 208 Franklin 
Haley Patrick, city lab., h. 45 Amory 
Haley Patrick, laborer, bds. 277 Cambridge 
Haley Thomas, laborer, boards 1G4 Gore 
Haley Thomas, painter, boards 183 Dublin 
Haley Thomas Mrs., house 149 Franklin 
Haley Timothy II., moulder, Third, corner 

Bent, boards 47 School [at Brighton 
Haley Timothy W.. plumber, 12 Brattle, h. 
Haley T.. printer University Press 
Haley William, sawyer, house 91 Fifth 
Haley William, slater, house 1G Antrim 
Haley William, boards 45 Amory 
Haley William, baker, 180 North avenue, 

boards at Charlestown 
Haley William, tinsmith. 157 North avenue, 

boards Porter's Hotel 
Haley W.. driver Cambridge Railway Co. 
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Haliburton Geo. M., stationer, h. 15 Market 
Haliburton James A., carpenter Boston and 

Providence Railroad shop. b. 15 Market 
Haliburton Louisa Miss, at 10 Arrow, bds. 

14 Market [B.), h. 15 Market 

Haliburton Thomas A., clerk (149 Summer, 
Haliburton William, clerk (40 Summer, 

Boston), boards 15 Market 
Hall Abbie B. Miss, house 22 Winsor 
Hall Albert, machinist. 174 Broadway 
Hall Albert A., book-keeper (125 Clinton, 

Boston), house 18 Bowdoin [Main 

Hall Alfred B. (G. A. Jasper & Co.). 77 
Hall Alphonzo R., conductor Camb. R. Co., 

bds. Isaac N. Biggins', Holworthy pi. 
Hall Andrew C.. laborer, h. CI Washington 
Hall Barnabas Y.. ivory-layer, 139 Broad- 

wav. house 27 Hamilton 

HALL CfilAKLES E., marble (69 
Charlestown. and 99 to 101 Haverhill, 

Boston), house 411 Broadway 
Hall Charles H., veterinary surgeon, boards 

686 Main 
Hall Charles W.. clerk, bds. 15 Pleasant pi. 
Hall Daniel M., teamster, 1 Prospect, bds. 

89 Hancock 
Hall Eben G.. clerk Fitchburg Railroad 

freight-house, house Hadley pi. [do. 
Hall Ebenezer M.. shoemaker. 174 Gore. h. 
Hall Edgar, machinist, boards 27 Valentine 
Hall Edmund J., agent (234 State, Boston), 

house 210 Harvard 
Hall Edward B., produce (118 South Mar- 
ket, Boston), house 10 Arlington 
Hall Edward H.. pastor First Parish church, 

house G Ash 
Hall Edwin A., house 22 Winsor 
Hall Edwin H., instructor in Physics H. U., 

house 5 Avon [dry. h. 36 Fairmont 

Flail Elbridge G., driver Cambridge Laun- 
Hall Emma G. Miss, book-keeper. 42 Elm, 

boards 15 Magazine [vard. h. do. 

Hall Etta II. Miss, dressmaker. 210 Har- 
Hall Frank H.. clerk, G10 Main, house at 

Allston 
Hail George E., clerk. G Brattle, house 12 

Plympton [B.), b. 15 Pleasant pi. 

Hall George H.. cierk, 518 Washington, 
Hall George W., carriage-painter. 44G 

Main, boards 8 Cottage [b. 2 Hudson 
Hall George S., clerk (State House. 15. . 
Hall Gilman. student II. U., rooms 14 Ware 
Hall Halvor, cabinet-maker, h. 3914 Camb. 
Hall Henry C, foreman of fly-finishers, 1G2 

Broadway, house 5 Felton 
Hall Jackson E., painter, 373 Main, house 

Hotel School [Arlington 

Hall James, plumber. (51 Main, house at 
Hall Jas. E. (Thurston & Hall Biscuit Co.), 

31 and 33 Elm, house 1 Greenough av. 
Hall James H. (Thurston & Hall Biscuit 

Co.), 31 and 33 Elm, house 9 Gardner 
Hall James M. W.. lumber (70 Kilby, B. , 

house 127 North avenue [Prospect 

Hall James P., police, station 2, boards 1G7 

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Hall John, laborer H. U. yard, h. 48 Foster 
Hall John II., carpenter, b. 88 Mt. Anbnrn 
Hall John M., varnisher, h. 434 Cambridge 
Hall John P., candy-maker (Boston), house 

484 Cambridge [r. 7 Webster av. 

Hall Joseph, sawyer, 113 Broadway, house 
Hall J. M. Mrs., lunch-room, 434 Camb., h. 

do. [bridge, h. do. 

Hall Kate Mrs., confectionery, 434 Cam- 

HALL LEWIS, president Lechmere 
National Bank, G(> Cambridge, house 
Cambridge, near Hovey's nurseries 
Hall Lucy A., wid. of Joshua E., h. 5 Avon 
Hall Lydia J., widow, house 187 Hampshire 
Hall Maria L., widow of Charles H., house 

2 Sidney 
Hall Mark, teamster, rooms 89 Hancock 
Hall Matthew N., cooper, 502 Main, boards 

7 Franklin 
Hall Orrin, house 7 Follen 
Hall Robert B. Mrs., house 15 Avon 
Hall Samuel, fly-finisher, 1G2 Broadway, h. 

237 do. [rms. 30 Jay 

Hall Shepard. waiter Young's Hotel (B.), 
Hall Thomas H., core-maker, 35(5 Main, h. 

36 Moore [Pleasant pi. 

Hall Thomas S., police, station 1, house 15 
Hall T. V., boards 111 Auburn 
Hall Victor M., conductor Cambridge R. 

Co., rooms 14 Eliot 
Hall Walter S., Custom House (290 State, 

Boston), house 40 Putnam avenue 
Hall Wm. C, laborer (U. S.), h. 1 Seckel 
Hall William H., at 189 Broadway, house 27 

Valentine 
Hall Wm. H. S. Mrs., house 36 Hampshire 
Hall William S., lawyer (8 Congress, B.), 

boards (! Follen 
Hall Willis II., mechanical engineer, 604 

Main, house 20 Western avenue 
Hallahan, see Hollahan 
Hallenberg August, harness-maker William 

Mitchell's, Cambridge, house at Boston 
Hallett Nelson A., bedding (53 Elm, B.), 

house 13 Boardman 
Hallett Nelson A. Jr., clerk (Blackstone 

National Bank. B.), bds. 13 Boardman 
Hallett Wm. A., captain B. S. Co. (53 Cen- 
tral wharf, B.), h. CA\ Magazine 
Hallett Wm. J., bds. G6 Magazine 
Halley Thomas, cooper, 169 Gore, h. 167 

Thorndike [h. 72 Elm 

Ilalliday Henry A., coal, etc., 436£ Main, 
Halliday John B., cutter, 211 North av., h. 

196 do. 
Hallisey John, laborer, bds. 249 Mt. Auburn 
Hallisey Patrick, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 36 

Warren [Franklin 

Halloran Annie F. Mrs., dressmaker, h. 245 
llalloran David J., butcher Niles Bros., 

Concord av., house n. do. 
Halloran Edward, gardener, h. 94 Kinnaird 
Halloran Ellen, widow of Daniel, house 178 

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Halloran John J. 

178 Green 
Halloran John O. 

Portland 

Halloran John T., plumber, b. 249 Franklin 
llalloran Mary, widow of Timothy, h. 239 

Franklin [Franklin 

Halloran Mary, widow of Timothy, h. 249 
Halloran Michael, laborer, b. 170 Franklin 
Halloran Patrick, teamster, h. 245 Franklin 
Halloran Fiinothy F., packer, b. 178 Green 
Hainan John, baker, 180 North avenue, h. 

at Somerville 
Halpin James, laborer, h. 119 Portland 
Halstead Albert C, foreman (87 Black- 
stone, B.), house 57 Inman 
Halstead A. Mrs., wholesale and retail con- 
fectionery, 57 Inman, house do. 
Halverson Charles, painter, h. 5 Second-st. 

court [Albany, bds. 39 1£ Camb. 

Halverson Henry, piano case maker, 20 
Ham Catherine, widow, bds. 176 Thorndike 
Ham James E., key maker, h. 46 Winsor 
Ham Nathaniel, carpenter, h. 5 Cottage 
Ham Philip, baker, 31 Elm, bds. 275 Broad- 
way [bds. 72 Elm 
Ham William, wood chopper, 486£ Main, 
Hamblen Allen T., junk dealer, house 10 

Hancock [B.), h. 14 Oxford 

Hamblet Edward P., clerk (229 Franklin, 
Hamblet Horace H., baggage master (E. 

R. R., B.). h. 11 Rogers block 91 Main 
Hamblet Sarah E. Mrs., h. 14 Oxford 
Hamburger Benedict, h. Harvey, n. Clifton 
Hamill Samuel S., organ builder, 101 and 

103 Gore, house 94 Thorndike 
Hamill Wm. S., house 16 Worcester 
Hamill Wm. S., bookkeeper (298 Washing- 

ington, B.), house 90 Thorndike 
Hamilton Andrew, porter, rooms Brewery 
Hamilton Angus, laborer, house 120 Spring 
Hamilton Angus M., curtain fixture maker, 

house 61 Sixth [Willard 

Hamilton Annie, widow of John, house 17 
Hamilton A. York, driver, 3 Austin, h. 84 

Brookline [Rockwell 

Hamilton Benjamin, carpenter, boards 5 
Hamilton Benj. F. W., laborer, house r. 13 

Hastings 
Hamilton B. A., box maker, 3 Hampshire 
Hamilton Charles H., key finisher, 187 

Broadway, house 79 Plymouth 
Hamilton (lias. Wm., bookkeeper (45 Kil- 

B ), rooms 134 Cambridge 
Hamilton Charles W., furniture finisher 

(14 Canal. P.), house 10 Dover 
Hamilton David, brass finisher, house 19£ 

Lopez [Spring 

Hamilton Edmund, lab., 12 Camb., h. 107 
Hamilton Edward F., elevator tender (31 

Milk, 15.), bds. 56 Hastings 
Ham'lton Fernanda, laborer, house 

Washington 
Hamilton George, cooper, bds. 307 Camb. 



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Hamilton George S., salesman (103 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 19 Sixth 

Hamilton Henry, eook, h. 196 Franklin 

Hamilton James, porter (107 Milk, B.), h. 
50 Hastings [Seventh 

Hamilton James, wood turner, boards 33 

Hamilton Jane, widow of John, house 51 
Hastings 

Hamilton John, tinsmith, house 5 Vine 

Hamilton John A., milkman, h. 88 Auburn 

Hamilton Maria, widow, bds. 3 Avon place 

Hamilton Mary E., widow of Samuel, bds. 
98 Concord avenue [22 McCabe 

Hamilton Michael, marble polisher (B.), h. 

Hamilton Robert P., carriagesmith, 442 
Main, house 84 School 

Hamilton Wm., laborer, house 47 Vine 

Hamilt >n Wm., laborer, bds. IDG Franklin 

Hamilton Wm. A., carpenter, h. 50 Spruce 

Hamilton Wm. H., porter (98 Chauncy, 
B.), bds. 5G Hastings 

Hamilton Wm. J., porter Riverside Press, 
house r. 78 Boylston 

Hamilton W., conductor Camb. R. Co. 

Hamlen Elizabeth, widow of Willis C, h. 
12 Rockwell 

Hamlen Hattie A. Miss, teacher Willard 
primary school, bds. 12 Rockwell 

Hamlen Willis C, clerk Shoe and Leather 
Association (79 Bedford, B.), bds. 12 
Rockwell 

Hamlin Charles E., assistant in Concholo- 
gy and Paleontology, Museum of Com- 
parative Zoology, house 11 Mellen 

Hammarback Carl, cabinet maker, 44 Cam- 
bridge, house 72 Gore 

Hammett Henry, house 40 Pine 

Hammond John, laborer, 221 Bridge, h. at 
Somerville [Univ. Press 

Hammond Addie Mrs., h. Mt. Auburn n. 

Hammond Betsey B., wid. of Nathaniel O., 
h. 166 Cambridge 

Hammond Elizabeth M. 

Hammond John W,, 
(Hammond & Pope) 
and (27 Tremont 
Main cor. Clinton 

Hammond Josephine 



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city solicitor and 
, lawyer, G23 Main. 
Row', B.), h. 709 
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HANCOCK JOHN, harness maker, 
7 Pearl, h. 75 Franklin 
Hancock Maria Mrs., h. 111 Austin 
Hancock Robert A., clerk (381 Wash. B.), 

bds. Ill Austin [Pearl 

Hancock Solomon, com. merchant, h. 25 
Hand James, musician, h. 88 Spring 
Handigan Lawrence, h. 193 Broadway 
Hands Herbert A., homoepathic physician, 

h. Somerville av., cor. White 
Haney Timothy J., lab., h. r. 175 Bridge 
Haniford Daniel, lab., h. Concord av., near 

F. R. R. [Franklin 

Hanif'y Mary, widow of James F., h. r. 174 
Hankin William, bookpacker, Riverside 

press, h. 281 Pearl 

HA\KS cms. 
lawyer (209 Wash. 

Harvard 
Hanks Mary H. Miss, teacher Lowell 

primary school, bds. 387 Harvard 
Hanks Steiman W., clergyman and >e y. 

of Seaman's Friend Society (Beacon, 

cor. Somerset, B.). h. 387 Harvard 
Hanley Cornelius, cooper, h. 22 Hunting 
Hanley Edward, h. 88 Franklin [102 Gore 
Hanky John E., varnisher 203 Bridge, h. 
Hanley John, laborer, h. 09 Aroory 
Hanley Nellie M. Miss, dressmaker, h. 88 

Franklin [Harvard 

Hanley Thomas, brushmaker, (B.), h. 10G 
Hanley Timothy E., salesman (452 Wash. 

B.), bds. 88 Franklin 
Hanlon David, 162 Broadway, h. 34 Wash. 
Hanlon Edward, laborer, h. 15 Hayes court 
Hanlon George (>., picture frame maker, 

(B.), h. 287 Cambridge 
Hanlon James, laborer. 15 Hayes court 
Hanlon John, lumper, 102 Broadway, h. 34 

Washington 
Hanlon John, teamster, h. 104 Third 
Hanlon Michael J., action maker, 102 

Broadway, h. 03 Boylston 
Hanlon Morgan, fireman Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, h. 03 North 
Hanlon Morgan J., marker Revere Sugar 

Refinerv, bds. 03 North 



Miss, dressmaker. ' Hanlon Morris, machine hand, 102 Broad- 



HAHlIOiAD & POPE (John W. 
Hammond and Charles G . Pope), 

lawyers. 023 Main, and (27 Tremont 

Row, B.) [Antrim 

Hammons Georgianna, widow, bds. 19 
Hammutz Caroline, wid. of Joseph, h. r. 81 

Sixth [h. 222 Green 

Hampson David, engineer (95 Milk, B)., 
Hampson Frank D., machiuist B. & L. R. 

R. shop, bds 222 Green [Green 

Hampson Wm. H., brass finisher, bds. 222 
Hampton Lucy L., wid. of Edward, h. 

Harvey, corner Montgomarv 
TTANCOCK CHARLES E., real 



wav, h. 3 Seckel 
Hanlon Thomas, h. 34 Washington 
Hanlon William, stone cutter. 53 Main and 

grocer 24 Jefferson, h. do. 
Hanna Wm. G., bookkeeper. (20 Beacon 

B.), bds. Ill Washington 
Hanna William J., plumber. 200^ North 

av.. h. 9 Rice [av., cor. New 

Hannaford Daniel W., laborer, h. Concord 
Hannaford George, brakeman, (B. & L. 

R. R.), h. 50 Bridge [Third 

Hannaford William H., moulder, h. 172 
Hannaford T. William, driver Chas. R. St. 

R. Co., h. 03 Hampshire 



JLJLestate agent. 593-i Main. h. 40 Pleasant I Hannah Robert C, stucco worker (150 Mt. 
Hancock Edwin F., h. 572 Main Vernon, B.), h. 47 Market 



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Hannion James S., machinist, 92 Main 
] Iannis August, painter, h. 1 Pioneer av. 
Harmon Ann, wid. of John, h. 154 Third 
Hai.non Edward, polisher, hds. 154 Third 
Hannon F. sharp maker, 130 Broadway, 

b Is. 154 Third [GO Charles 

Ilannon James, laborer, 162 Broadway, h. 
Hannon John, laborer, h. 154 Third 
Han uon John, h. 92 Webster av. 
Hannon Martin J., weigher, 120 Portland, 

h. Polling Mill Block, Bristol 
Hannon Martin P., medical student, bds. 92 

Webster av. 
Hannon Matthew W. , clerk, (106 Sudbury, 

B.), h. 107 Hampshire 
Hannon Patrick, laborer, h. 110 Spring 
Hannon Thos., laborer, bds. 154 Third 
Hannon Thos J., straight-moulder, (B.), 

h. HOThorndike 
Hannum Esther F. Miss, teacher Webster 

grammar school, h. 27 William 
Hannum Henry .F, confectioner, 282 Broad- 
way, h. 143 Elm 
Hannum H. Flora Miss, h. 27 William 
Hannum James 162 Broadway, h. 7 Con- 

lan's blk., Third [William 

Hannum Laura A., widow of A. C h. 27 

HANNURI LEAKDER Iff., grocer 
and real estate agent, 549 Main. h. 27 

William [Boylston 

Hanrahan Michael, teamster, bds. 50 
Hanrahan Patriek, laborer, 166 Gore, bds. 

19 Seventh [Boylston 

Hanrahan Wiliiam, teamster, bds. 50 
Hanscom Arthur C, clerk (44 Kilby B.), 

bds. 4 Pice [h. 4 Pice 

Hanscom Catherine M., widow of Jacob, 
Hanscom Charles E. collector 593£ Main, 

bds. 45 Pleasant 
Hanscom Daniel, carpenter, h. 6 Green 
Hanscom Edwin L. polisher, 139 Bnoadway, 

boards rear 43 Norfolk 
Hanscom Christian tailor, (B.), house 10 

Stevens court [37 Norfolk 

Hanscom Ella S. Miss, clerk, 581 Main, b. 
Hanscom Geo. E., tinsmith, 8 Pearl, boards 

6 Gre n [School 

Hanscom Henry, carpenter, house 3 Hotel 
Hanscom James S., foreman, 92 Main, h. 

21 Avon 
Hanscom John, organ key sawyer (B.), 

house 237. 1 , Broadway [46 Sidney 

Hanscom J. William, driver, 600 Main, bds. 
Hanscom Madeline Miss, copyist, Otis, cor. 

Second, house at Boston 
Hanscom Walter J., clerk 14 Summer, B.), 

hoards -1 Rice 
Hanscom Win. II., carpenter, b. 46 Pleasant 
Hanscom William I\, piano action maker, 

113 Broadway, house 9 Elm 
Hanscom William S., carpenter, house rear 

43 Norfolk 
Hansis John C, wood turner, Otis, corner 

First, house rear 117 Otis 



Hansis John II., silversmith, b. r. 103 Spring 
Hansis L. , action maker, 139 Broadway, h. 
rear 117 Otis [block. Main 

Hanson Alban, machinist house 5 Rogers 
Hanson Charles, 169 Gore, bds. 135 Camb. 
Hanson David, porter (202 Devonshire, B). 

house 138 Hampshire 
Hanson Frank, safe maker, 17 Main 
Hanson Geo. W., trimmer, 162 Broadway, 

house at Woburn 
Hanson Harry, cabinet maker, h. 36 Moore 
Hanson John W., book agent, h. 8 Antrim 
Hanson Maginnis, cabinet maker, 44 Camb. 

house at Boston 
Hanson Mary A., wid. h. 267 Putman are. 
Hanson P. Henry, milkman, 43 and 45 Pine 

house 44 do. 
Hanson William, fish and oysters, 148 Har- 
vard, house 182 do. [Putman av. 
Hanson William, lab., 3 Hampshire h. 267 
Hanson Zenas A., machinist, 72 Main boards 

12 Broadway 

Hapgood Luther, house 67 Norfolk 
Hapgood Pichard, house 2 Bobbins block, 

Prospect [95 Gore 

Harcus David E., weigher, 169 Gore, house 
Harden Cushman E., corp. clerk, Charles 

P. R Co., 4S4 Main, b. at Boston 
Harding Calesto S. Miss, bds. 90 North ave 

HARMRO CHAKJLES F., pro- 
visions, 403 Main, house 2 Cherry ct. 
Harding Charles L. com. mer. (202 Devon- 
shire, B.), house 560 Cambridge 
Harding Edgar, com. mer. (202 Devonshire, 

B.), house 26 Maple ave. 
Harding Edith Mrs., house oo Columbia 
Harding Edward A., provisions, 69 Norfolk 

house 122 Prospect 
Harding Edward K., variety store, 261 

Broadway, house 267 do. 
Harding Elijah H., envelope mnfr. (130 

Pearl, B.), bds. 41 Piver 
Harding Hamlin It., sec Metropolitan P. It. 

(16 Kilby, B.), house 20 Clinton 
liar. ,ing Isaac N., house 288 Harvard 
Harding Richard B. jr., teamster (38 F. H. 

square, B.), house 70 Thorndike 
Harding Samuel, cooper, 169 Gore, boards 

135 Cambridge 
Harding Samuel G. , paper, etc., 10 Austin, 

house 48 Pleasant 
Harding Selwyn L., student H. U., boards 

13 Wendell 

Harding Seymour W., driver (38 F. II. sq., 

B.), boards 70 Thorndike 
Harding Theodore P., clerk (52 Devonshire, 

B.), boards 20 Clinton 
Harding Walter II. . water registrar, office, 

City Hall, boards 20 Clinton 
Harding William, bds. 48 Pleasant 
Harding William P., lawyer (68 Cornhill, 

B.), house 13 Wendell 
Harding William W., clerk (B.), boards 134 

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Hardy Albert, painter, 5 Palmer, bds. 46 

Bojlston 
Hardy Arthur, salesman (450 Washington, 

B.), house 3 Sargent 
Hardy Charles S., physician, h. 54 Pleasant 
Hardy Edith C, widow of Kobert, house 55 

Columbia 
Hardy Fanny L. Miss, nurse, bds. 23 Inman 
Hardy Francis D. (Henry Thayer & Co.), 

chemist, 150 Broadway, house 50 Erie 
Hardy Frank, cooper, house G Antrim 
Hardy Henry (Lunt & Hardy), provisions, 

Inman square, house at Somerville 
Hardy* William H., action maker, 1G2 

Broadway, house at Boston 
Hare Francis A., steam fitter, h. 437 Main 
Hare F. A. Mrs., dressmaker and fancy 

goods, 437 Main, house do. 
Hare John E., waiter, Memorial Hall, house 

87 Cowp.'rwhaite 
Harford William A., porter (3G0 Wash.. 

B.), house 32 Hastings [Auburn 

Hargrave Patrick II., currier, house G4 Mt. 
Harkins Alice, widow of John, house Con- 
cord avenue, corner New 
Harkins Charles, carpenter, bds. G6 Norfolk 
Harkins Charles J., cutter, American Rub- 
ber Co., bds. 14 Plymouth 
Harkins John, tailor, 43G Harvard, b. Bay 
Harkins Michael, foreman grinding room 

Am. Rubber Co., house 14 Plymouth 
Harlen Herman, machinist. B. & E.R.R.Co. 

shop, bds. 5 Rogers block, Main 
Harlow Abbie Miss, house 39 Pine 

HARLOW ALBERT F., book- 
keeper, Revere Sugar Refinery, 
Water, house 314 Harvard 

Harlow Charles, trunk maker, Rhoades 
bldg., State, house 39 Pine 

Harlow Geo. L., salesman (450 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 17 Eawrence 

Harlow J. Hayden, clerk, 549 Main, house 
19 Eawrence [Boston 

Harlow. William O., 1G2 Broadway house at 

Harmon Albion K. P., carpenter, 373 Main 
house 20 Brookline 

Harmon Alonzo A., teamster (No. Market, 
B.), house 44 Union 

Harmon Elizabeth, widow of Peletiah, h. 
82 Chestnut 

Harmon Frank A., magician, house G Fair- 
mont Av. 

Harmon Nathaniel M., teamster (107 F. H. 
market, B.), boards 43 Union 

Harmon Sumner B., driver Camb. R. Co., 
boards Cambridge, c. Baldwin 

Harmon Wm. I)., h. 44 Union 

Harmon Wm. F., teamster (107 F. II. mar- 
ket, B.), h. 43 Union 

Harnden Wm. A., foreman B. & L. R. R 
paint shop, house GO Otis 

Harney Edw., hostler Camb. R. Co., house 
rear 240 Cambridge 

Harney Hugh, at Niles Bros., Chncord Av. 



Harney Margaret, wid. of Michael, h. 17 _■*■ 

Tuttle 
Harney Marie Madame, teacher of French, 

h. 1G Shepard 
Harney Michael, lab., b. 17 Tuttle 
Harney Patrick, mason, h. 15 Tuttle 
Harper Amelia Miss, nurse, house Hotei 

Winsor, Washington 
Harper Chas., student, b. 11G Auburn 
Harper Robert D., wheelwright 20&i Nort h 

Avenue, h. 193£ do. [Auburn 

Harper Wm. T., carpenter 502 Main, h. 116 
Harrell David, clothes cleaner (21 Elm, B.) 

h. 2G Harris 

HARRELL JESSE, merchant tail- 
or and clothes cleaner (7 Alden, B.) 

h. 20 Upton 
Harries John D. C, shipper Riverside 

Press, rooms 47 William 
Harrigan Bernard, safe maker 17 Main, 

house at Boston 
Harrigan Charles J., expressman Lyceum 

building Harvard Sq., b. 10 South 
H:irrig.in Daniel, bookbinder, boards 24 

DeWolf 
Harrigan David, laborer, hT8 Hastings 
Harriman Alonzo S., sergent police station 

1, h. 10 Ash St. Place 
Harriman Chas. A., architect, h. 55 Spring 
Hairing Fritz, tanner, house Harvey, near 

Clifton 
Harrington Adeline Miss, h. rear 52 Fifth 
Harrington Albert O., hairdresser (12 Ex- 
change Place, B.), h. 251 Broadway 
Harrington Bartholomew, h. 10 Fast 
Harrington Cornelius, lab., h. 34 North 
Harrington Cornelius, clerk, b. 4 Winter 
Harrington Daniel, asst. janitor Zoological 

Museum, h. Crescent, 4th on left from 

Oxford 
Harrington Daniel, h. 13 Brewery 
Harrington Daniel, brush maker 12 Gore, 

boards 10 East 
Harrington Daniel, h. 186^ Bridge 
Harrington Dennis, lab., h. 192 Bridge 
Harrington Dennis, glass blower N. E. 

Glass Works, North 
Harrington Fdw. A., piano action maker, 

boards 24 Prince 
Harrington Edw. J., machinist, b. 6 Fifth 
Harrington Eliza Mrs., boarding house GO 

Brittle 
Harrington Eliza W. Mrs., variety store 

2G1 Broadway, house do. 
Harrington Fred, student, boards foot of "" 

Washington Avenue ^k 

Harrington Henry (Henry Harrington & ^ ^ 

Co.), tin plate worker (36 Union, B.), —1— 

and provisions 92 Pleasant, house 24 |T| 

Prince p"" 

Harrington Henry & Co. (Henry and Wil- ff\ 

lard H. Harrington), provisions and ^~ 

groceries 92 Pleasant L, ' * 

Harrington James, h. r. 19 Porter ^^ 






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Harrington James, cooper, b. 12McCabe 

Harrington James, spring gri der 12 Gore, 
h. at Somerville 

Harrington Jeremiah, hostler Murray, h. do. 

Harrington Jeremiah Mrs., liquors 2 Winter 
h. 4 do. [Third 

Harrington John F., b. 4 Linnehan's block, 

Harrington John, h. foot of Wash. Av. 

Harrington John, granite works, Gore's 
wharf, Third, and marble works (465 
Tremont, 15.) 

Harrington John, cooper, h. 7 Fifth 

Harrington John J., stone cutter, h. Mur- 
ray, near Eliot 

Harrington John L., foreman C. W. W. of- 
fice City Hall, b. 47 William 

Harrington Margaret, widow of Jeremiah, 
h. 187 Webster A v. 

Harrington Margaret M., widow of Patrick, 
house 4 Linehan block, Third 

Haarington Mary, widow of Timothy, h. 
171 Franklin 

Harrington Mary E., wid. of John, h. 6 Fifth 

Harrington Mary E. G.. Miss, teacher Wil- 
lard Primary School, b. 84 Chestnut 

Harrington M., at 174 Broadway 

Harrington Roger, lab., h. 20 Somerset 

Harrington Stephen II., peddler, house 137 
. Webster Av. 

Harrington Thomas W-, clerk (03 Sudbury. 
B.), boards 4 Linehan's block. Third 

Harrington Timothy, hostler Church, h. 81 
Dunster [158 Green 

Harrington Timothy, gardener 741 Main. h. 

Harrington Timothy F., brass finisher Otis, 
near First, h. at Boston 

Harrington Willard H. (Henry Harrington 
& Co.), groceries 92 Pleasant, bds. 24 
Prince [at Allston 

Harrington Wm. H., salesman 31 Elm, h. 

Harrington Win. H., lawyer (285 Wash., 
room 9, B.), b. 59 Upton, (Boston) 

Harrington Winthrop G., printer University 
Press, house 84 Chestnut 

Harris Benj. B.. stage carpenter and ma- 
chinist (34 Howard, B.), h. 275 Broad- 
way 

Harris Benj. C, carpenter, h. 109 Columbia 

Harris Catherine H., widow of T. Wm., h. 
8 Holyoke Place [Ct. 

Harris ('lias. W., washerman, h. 1 Eriekson 

Harris Charlorte M., at secretary's office H. 
U., b. 43 Kirkland [do. 

Harris Darius M., lawyer 34 Hasti gs, h. 

Harris Emma F. Miss, private school, 134 
Hancock, house 8 Holyoke place 

Harris George, fish, etc., 154£ Harvard, h. 
156 do. 

Harris George Mrs., dry and fancy goods, 
156 Harvard, house do. 

Harris Henry, porter, bds. 37 Hastings 

Harris James G.. transfer agent U. P. R. 
U. (44 Equitable building, B.), boards 
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Harris HezekiahH., carpenter, h. 37 Green 
Harris John, lab., house Harvey, c. Mont- 
gomery 
Harris John F., cook, house 33 Dunster 
Harris Joseph, porter (70 Kilbv, B.), house 
131 Columbia 

HARRIS J. WATSON, agent as- 
sociated charities, Central sq. bldg., 
AVestern av., house 50 William 
Harris Louise W. Miss, teacher Willard 

primai y school, bds. 50 William 
Harris Lucius L., drug mill, r. 150 Broad- 
way, house 2 Market 
Ha ris Maurice, clothing (747 Washington, 

B.). house 23 Decatur 
Harris Philip W. (Philip W. Harris & Co.), 

dry troods. etc., G37 Main. h. 1)1 Austin 
Harris Philip W. & Co. (Philip W. Harris) 

dry and fancy goods. G37 Main 
Harris Roberto, widow of John, house rear 

19 Grant 
Harris Sylvia A. Mrs., house "3 Hastings 
Harris Thomas, white washer, h 28 Hastings 
Harris Thos. D., white washer, house 54 

Hastings 
Harris William, lab., house Moore's block, 

Marsh court 
Harris Wm., clerk, bds. 51 Pleasant 
Harris Wm. E., sharp maker, 139 Broad- 
way, house 28 Union 
Harris Wm. H., waiter, b. 37 Hastings 
Harrison John, lab. 1G9 Gore, house 22 

Warren 
Harrison Robert, teamster Richardson & 

Bacon, bds. 4G Bovlston 
Harrison Wm. E., elk," 203 Bridge h G8 Otis 
Harrison Wm. H. (Harrison & McLane), 

78 Cambridge, hous r > at Somerville 
Harrison & McLane (W m.H. Harrison and 

J. A. McLane). billpjscers,78 Camb. 
Harrod Francis J. Miss, teacher Sargent 

primary school, boards at Boston 
Harron Fritz, currier, house 41 Harvey 
Hart Daniel, lab., house G2 Amory 
Hart Edward, lab., house 3G Spring 
Hart Frank, confectionor, b 2G9 Putnam av 
Hart George, lab., 3 Hampshire 
Hart George, cigar ma er (^239 Federal B.) 

house 14 Lopez 
Hart Hugh, lab. house 23 Willow 
Hart John, lab., house 254 Franklin 
Hart John P., fruit peddler, house 118 

Cambridge 
Hart Joseph, agent, rms. 3 Rogers blk Main 
Hart Julian B. (Brown, Murphy, & Co.), 

shade mnfr. Blanche and (85 and 87 

Franklin, B.)« house at Boston 
Hart Margaret Mrs., house 271 Putnam av. 
Hart Matthew, lab., house 23 Fourth 
Hart Michael, lab., house Rolling Mill blk. 

Bristol 
Hart Robert J., confectioner, o. 21 Decatur 
Hart Wm.. lab. John Reardon & Sons, 

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Hart William D., bds. at Mrs. Murray's, 

H >tel Cambridge, Crescent av. 
Hart Win. I)., blacksmith, b. Mush ct. 
Hart Win. V.. clerk P.O., Gil Main, boards 

at Charlestons 
Hart, see Hartt 
Hartford Alfred E., sawyer, 3 Hampshire, 

house 122 Winsor 
Hartford Arthur K.. sawyer, 3 Hampshire, 

hoards 122 Winsor [ v. 

Harford E Iwin, at Hews pottery, Crescent 
'Hartford Win., lab., house 9 Tattle 
Hartuess George, house 11 Willard 
Hartnett James, carpenter, house 85 Bridge 
Hartnett Jeremiah, stone cutter, boards 10 

Broadway 
Hartnett Julia, widow of Thomas, house 34 

Washington 
Hartnett Kittle T. M. Miss, bookkeeper 

(B.). house 34 Washington 
Hartnett Mary, widow of John, h. 11 Short 
Hartney Jeremiah, stone cutter, boards 10 

Broadway 
Hartney Mortimer, currier, h. 210 Franklin 
Hartshorn .James F.. wood turner, 131 

Broadway, house 21 Suffolk 

HAKTSilORX JOSEPH (J. 
Hartshorn & Co.), upholsterer (21 
Charles, B.), house 86 Thorndike 

Hartshorne George T,, assistant H. U., 
rooms 17 Kirkland 

Hartt John, house 40 Concord avenue 

Hartt, see Hart 

Hartwell Charles H.. provisions, 12G Cam- 
bridge, house 98 Thorndike 

Hartwell Fannie C. teacher Felton primary 
school, boards 106 Austin 

Hartwell Frank, clerk, 12G Cambridge, 
rooms 65 Otis 

Hartwell George A., provisions, 3 Inman 
square, house 22 Antrim 

Hartwell George II.. jeweller (7 Green, B) 
house 106 Austin 

Hartwell James K., salesman (G57 Wash- 
ington, B.), bds. 52 Green 

Hartwell J. Albert, clerk, 12G Cambridge. 
house 148 do. 

Hartwell Wm. H., carpenter, h G Lincoln 

Hartwell William H., hay, grain, etc., 81 
Bridge, house Maple av. 

HARTWELL & RICHARD- 
SOX, architects <T,8 Devonshire B) 

Harry Michael J. (McClosky & Harty), 
grocer, 91 and 433 Camb., rms. 53 Otis 

Hartz Hellena, widow of Michael, h. r. 118 
Harvard 

Harvard Cooperative Society, Dane Hall. 
College Grounds 

Harvard Rink Co. fClias. E. MeKinnon, 
Sam'l. J. Kelley, W T eston W. Walker 
and Fred II. Holton), props., 13 Put- 
nam av. 

Harvard Roller Skating Rink, Harvard 
Rink Co., props., 13 Putnam av. 



Harvard University Botanic Garden, junc. 

Garden, Linnsean and Raymond 
Harvard University Gymnasium, Kirkland, 

junction Holmes place 
Harvey Annie M., widow of John S., house 

Mt. Pleasant, cor. Walden 

Harvey Charles, porter (23 Central wharf, 

B.), h, 10 Bath [h. 174 Winsor 

Harvey Charles W., teamster, 25;) Camb., 

Harvey David S., machinist B. & L. R. R. 

repair shop, house dd^ Cambridge 

Harvey E., hostler Camb. R. Co., 229 

Cambridge [Wash, av., cor. Arlington 

Harvey Fanny C. widow of Milton, bds. 

Harvey James, spring grinder, 12 Gore, h. 

Second 
Harvey Joseph W. (Harvey & Lane), car- 
riage builders, 35 Gore, rooms 77 do. 
Harvey Lydia A., widow of Adiel, h. 40 

Mt. Auburn 
Harvey Samuel C. mortgages (22G Wash- 
ington, B.), h. 4'J Cottage 
Harvey Thomas J., carriage painter, h. r. 
3 A j)) »i an- way [do. 

Harvey Walter F... physician. 6 Essex, h. 
Harvey & Lane (Joseph W. Harvey and 
John Lane), carriage builders. 3d Gore 
Ilarvie Charles W., carpenter, h. 5 Blanche 
Harwood Horace 8., traveling salesman, h. 

45 Trowbridge 
Harwood Jeanette Mrs., h. 45 Trowbridge 
Harwood Thomas, packer American Rub- 
ber Co. [maker, 12 Dunster, h. do. 
Haseltine Carrie L. Mrs., button-hole 
Haseltine J. W., fruit and confectionery, 

113 Cambridge, h. 43 Fourth 

Haseltine Lydia L., widow of Moses D., 

bds. 10 White [h. 33 Orchard 

Haskell Barnabas D. Jr., salesman (B.), 

Haskell Edward A., student (Institute 

Technology. B.), bds. 108 Thorndike 
Haskell Everett Sears, teamster, 3 Hamp- 
shire, house 4 Davis 
Haskell Isabella G. Miss, h. 40 Cottage 
Haskell Leona S., engineer Hazlett & Un- 
derbill, First, h. 118 Cambridge 
Haskell Melville, hulled corn, h. 131 Har- 
vard [Main 
Raskins David G. Rev., D.D.. hone 
Haskini David G. Jr., lawyer s 'l Devon- 
shire, room 7, B.), bds. 839 Main 
Ilaskins John, hostler, house 1G Plymouth 
Haskins Timothy G., hack driver, bds. 2G 

Harris 
Haslett Andrew h. Harvey, n. Clifton 
Ilaslett Andrew J., currier, bds. Andrew 

Haslett's, Harvey 
Ilaslett John, compositor, b. 42 Fairmont 
Hassett Michael, laborer, h. 2 Linehan's 

block, Third 
Hassett Simon, gardener, h. 79 Wendell 
Hastings Andrew J., clerk (U. 8. sub- 
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honse 2 Pelham [h. 26 River 

Hastings Catherine, widow of Charles, 
Hastings Charles W., at Cambridge Laun- 
dry, bds. 74 Pleasant 
Hastings C. W. Mrs., short-hand writer, 
bis. 74 Pleasant [Harvard 

Hastings Frank, soap maker, boards 61 
Hastings Frank W. (W. B. Hasttngs & 
Co.), insurance a^ent, 89 Cambridge 
(56 Union square, Somerville), and (7 
Exchange place, B.), bds. 5 Russell 
Hastings George H., printer (324 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 101 Prospect 
Hastings Geo. T., lab., h. 143 Franklin 
Hastings John M., machinist, h. 31 Sixth 
Hastings Leslie, lawyer, house 5 Dana 
Hastings Lewis M., civil engineer, City 
Engineer's office, City Hall, h. 16 Centre 
Hastings Mary E. Miss, boys' clothes, h. 

56 Auburn 
Hastings Michael, house 61 Harvard 
Hastings Nelson T., house 58 North av. 
Hastings Solon S., clerk (67 Commercial, 

B.), bds. 8 Antrim 
Hastings Watson B. (W. B. Hastings & 
Co.), ins. agent, 89 Cambridge (56 
Union square, Somerville), and (7 Ex- 
change place, B.), h. 5 Russell 
Hastings Wm., piano key maker, Rhoades 
building, State, bds. 61 Harvard 

HASTINGS W. B. &; CO. (Wat- 
son B. and Frank AV. Hastings), in- 
surance agents, 89 Cambridge (56 
Union square, Somerville), and (7 
Exchange place, B.) 

Hasty John S., compositor, 416 Harvard, 
bds. 16 Winthrop 

Hatch Achsah R. Miss, h. 67 Lake 

Hatch Andrew J., clerk, 424 Cambridge, h. 
Prospect 

Hatch Benjamin F. (Hatch & Co.), express, 
6 Brattle, house 21 Wallace 

Hatch Berniss L., farmer Joseph G. Cool- 
idge, Coolidge av., bds. do. 

Hatch Caroline R. Miss, h. 67 Lake 

Hatch Celenda S. Mrs., housekeeper, 1 
Waterhouse [h. 155 Main 

Hatch Charles II., baker, (648 Wash.. B.), 

Hatch Crawford A., finisher, 162 Broad- 
way, rooms 78 Washington 

Hatch Cvrus F., commercial traveler, bds. 
47.'. 'Mai [bds. 233 Harvard 

Hatch George E., box maker, 3 Hampshire, 

Hatch Ilattie M. Mrs., bds. r. (53 Auburn 

Hatch Horatio N. Jr., commercial traveler, 
31 101m, bds. 61 Market 

Hatch James W., boots and shoes (48 Han- 
over, B.)i house 160 Pleasant 

Hatch Mansfield A., clerk (50 Camb., B.), 
1). 160 Pleasant [Fairmont 

Hatch Stephen 1)., painter, 660 Main, h. 23 

Hatch Thomas 1)., h. 99 Garden 



Hatch Wm. J. (Hatch & Russell), furni- 
ture, etc., 379 Main, h. 130 Harvard 
Hatch & Co. (Benjamin F. Hatch), express, 

6 Brattle, and (36 Court sq., B.) 
Hatch & Ressell (Wm. J. Hatch and Frank 

Russell), furniture, etc.. 379 Main 
Hatfield Amos, carpenter,!). 512 Main 
Hatfield Christopher, b. 115 Auburn 
Hatfield Isabell M., widow, h. 115 Auburn 
Hathaway Caroline Miss, b. 254 North av. 
Hathaway Charles F., baker, 180 North av. 

h. 25 Wyeth 

Hathaway Dorcas, widow of Freeman, bds. 

25 Wyeth [b. 25 Wyeth 

Hathaway D. Elmer, clerk 180 North av. 

Hathaway Maria D., widow of Galen, h. 56 

Erie 

Hathaway Stanley N., foreman, 626 Main, 

h. 26 Essex [line 

Hatt George E., carpenter, bds. 10 Brook- 

Hatt Peter, action maker, 139 Broadway, 

b. 58 Columbia 
Hatt Wm., action maker, b. 87 Moore 
Hattenburg George, laborer, h. 33 Baldwin 
Haven Geo. F., painter, b. r, i\o Auburn 
Haven Henry P. Mrs., h. r. 63 Auburn 
Haven H. J., upholsterer. 19 River, h. 

Pearl 
Haverty John C, postal clerk, B. & P. 

R., h. 34 Market 
Havey Patrick, baker, 502 Main 
Havey Wm. P., baker, 502 Main, h. r. 

Norfolk 
Hawes Frank T., salesman, 25 South Mar- 
ket, B.). h. 10 Western av. 
HAWES GEO. II., provisions, 545 
Main, rooms 38 Austin 
Hawey Wm., tin plate worker, 73 Main, h. 

foot of Lawn 
Hawey Roderick, sheet metal worker, bds. 

Wm. Hawey's, foot of Lawn 

Hawkes Ellen, dressmaker, <> Hast, h. do. 

Hawkes Henry A., laborer, h. 2 Front st. 

court [h. 6 East 

Hawkes James, switchman, B. & M. R. R , 

Hawkes Levi (Levi Hawkes & Co.), 

plumber, 599^ Main, and (Hawkes & 

Crawford) (50 Howard, B.), h. 295 

Broadway 

HAWKES LEVI & 
Hawkes and John 
plumbers, 599i Main and (Hawkes 
& Crawford) ^50 Howard, B.) 
Hawkes Philena I)., widow of Farrington, 
h. 2 Front st. court [R. Co. 

Hawkes Wm. C, conductor Charles R. St. 
Hawkins Alvin, boiler maker, h. Berkshire, 

cor. Plymouth 
Hawkins Christopher, b. 54 Sacramento 
Hawkins Christopher C, teamster, 169 

Gore, h. i>2 Webster av. 
Hawkins Edward D., clothes cleaner (3 
Shawmut, B.), h. 13 Webster av. 



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Hawkins H., teamster A. J. Woodsum, 
Potter 

Hawkins Jay A., driver Chas. R. St. R. 
Co., h. 85 Hrookline 

Hawkins John, lumper, 147 Broadway, h. 
at Dorchester 

Hawkins Lizzie J. Miss, teacher Gore pri- 
mary school, b. 33 Fourth 

Hawkins Mary, h. 123 Webster av. 

Hawkins Thomas J., pressman (41 Feder- 
al, B.), h. 32Ellery 

Hawkins W m ., j ns . agent (B.), h. 33 Fourth 

Hawks Joseph Rev., h. 12(5 Norfolk 

Hawley John, lahorer, h. 40 Winthrop 

Hawley Wm., collar maker. 10 Arrow 

Haworth Arthur, proof-reader, house 100 
Banks, corner Sands [do. 

Haws James, machinist, 29 Main. h. rear 91 

Hay Henry A., book-k eper (18 Kilby, 
B.), b. 686 Main 

Hay Thomas K., expressman (112 Canal, 
B.), b. 63 Inman [Auburn 

Hay croft Joseph B., shoemaker, h. 193 Mt. 

Hayden Albion K. P. Mrs., h. 130 Winsor 

Hayden David D., carpenter, h. 54 Mt. Au- 
burn 

Hayden Edward M., action maker, 1G2 
Broadway, h. 18 Orchard 

Hayden Elizabeth, widow of Frederick A., 
h. 10 Concord av. [naird 

Hayden Frederick I., waiter, h. 120 Kin- 

Hayden Henry S., carpenter, h. 22 Fair- 
mont av. 

Hayden Robert (Edmonds & Hayden), car- 
penter, 52 Camb. [naird 

Hayden Willard S., gold beater, b. 33 Kin- 

Hayden Wm. N., clerk, 217 Broadway, b. 
1G Market [14 Boylston 

Hayden Zebah, carpenter, 23 DeWolf, h. 

HAYES ALEXANDEK L., so- 
licitor of patents (95 Milk, rms. 67 
and 68, B.), h. Mt. Auburn, opposite 

Elm wood av. 
Hayes Alice Miss, h. 6 Acacia 
Hayes Alvin, h. 8 Perry 
Hayes Ann, widow of Daniel, b. 41 Bolton 
Hayes Brothers (Daniel J. and Dennis J.), 

grocers, 131 Dublin 
Hayes Catherine Mrs., h. 25 Grant 
Hayes Clarence H. insurance (2 Mason 

bldg., B.), h. 6 Acacia 
Hayes Daniel, blacksmith, 153 Putnam av., 

h. 22 Webster av. 
Hayes Daniel J. (Hayes Bros.), grocer, 131 

Dublin, b. 41 Bolton [son 

Hayes David M., carriage-maker, h. 3 Wat- 
Hayes Dennis, laborer, b. 30 Vine 
Hayes Dennis J. (Hayes Bros,), grocer 131 

Dublin, b. 41 Bolton 
Hayes Edmund, b. 16 Winthrop 
Hayes Eliza, widow of Peter, h. 30 Vine 
Hayes Elizabeth Y. Mrs., h, 6 Acacia 
Hayes Ella K. Miss, h. 6 Acacia 
Hayes Evander B., carpenter, h. 46 Sidney 



Hayes John George, b. 37 Willard 
Hayes Gustavus D., machinist, 179 Broad- 
way 
Hayes Eliza, widow of Peter, h. 30 Vine 
Hayes Grace E. Miss, b. 13 Norton 
Hayes Henry, express, 1 Brattle, and (32 

Court sq., B.), h. 22 Shepard 
Hayes Herbert W., clerk (91 State, B.), b. 

22 Shepard 
Hayes Honora Mrs., h. 180 Green 
Hayes James, brass-finisher, b. 30 Vine 
Hayes Jas. G., baker, (648 Wssh. B.), bds. 

2 Gray place 
Hayes James J., machinist, b. 2 Gray pi. 
Hayes John, telephone inspector, bds. 37 

Flagg [108 Spring 

Flayes Jeremiah, teamster, 168 Main, house 
Hayes Jeremiah J., cooper, b. 30 Vine 
Hayes Johanna A. Miss, dressmaker, 89 

Concord av. 
Hayes John, sawyer, 3 Hampshire 
Hayes John, laborer, h. r. 243 Franklin 
Hayes John wire worker, b. 108 Spring 
Hayes John, laborer, b. 24 Flagg 
Hayes John, cook, b. 559 Main 
Hayes John, cook, 13 Brattle 
Hayes John B., trunk-maker, house 138 

Hampshire 
Hayes John J., cigar-maker, h. 40 Winter 
Hayes John J., cooper, h. 65 Vine 
Hayes John L., sec. Nat. Asso. of Wool 

mufrs. (70 Kilby, room GG, B.), h. Mt. 

Auburn, opp. Elmwoodave. 
Hayes John M., h. 32 Market 
Hayes John S., tin-worker, 153 Putnam 

av., rms, 152 Pleasant 
Hayes John T., carpenter, h. 199 Franklin 
Hayes Katie C. Miss, station agent Brick 

Yards F. R. R., h. 41 Bolton 
Hayes Emeline, widow of Luther S., h. 13 

Norton 
Hayes L. S., conductor Camb. R. Co., h. 

at Somerville [h. 53 Clark 

Hayes Michael, blacksmith, 126 Portland, 
Hayes Michael, tailor, h. 123 Third 
Hayes Michael, laborer, h. 37 Flagg 
Hayes Michael F., iron moulder, 356 Main, 

h. r. 44 Washington 
Hayes Nellie F. Miss, saleswoman, b. 79 

Webster av. 
Hayes Nellie W., telegraph operator, Riv- 
erside Press, h. 41 Bolton 
Hayman John, nightwatchman Riverside 

Press, h. 3 Daye ct. 
Hayes Patrick, polisher, b. 30 Vine 
Hayes Sarah E. Miss, h. 32 North avenue 
Hayes Timothy, engineer (B.), house 12 

Lf-ighton court 
Hayes Timothy, laborer, b. 168 Dublin 
Hayes Walter H., salesman (New, n. Sum- 
ner, E. B.), b. 13 Norton 
Hayes William A., b. 20 Buckingham 
Haves William B., teamster, 502 Main, h. 

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Hayes William, driver, 502 Main 

HAYES WILLIAM A. 2nd., 
counselor (41 Sears bldg., B.), h. 
Mt. Auburn, opp. Elmwood ave. 

Hayman Madison B., grinder Amer. Rub. 
Co., h. 9 Webster av. 

Haynes Frank W., foreman, 31 Elm, house 
104 Magazine 

Haynes Homer, baker, b 55 Columbia 

Haynes James, mason's helper, h. 40 
Washington 

Haynes II. Y., baker, 31 Elm 

Haynes Mary Miss, h. 50 Cottage 

Hayes Michael, hostler, h. 89G Main 

Haynes, see Haines 

librarian Cambridge 
639 Main, b. 1 Salem 
Mrs., h. 58 Pleasant 
, salesman (51 Feder- 
al, B.), h. 178 Lake View av. 

Havward Elizabeth C. Miss (Bancroft & 
Hayward). fancy goods, 439 Cam- 
bridge, hi do. 

Hayward Florence M. Miss, teacher River- 
side primary school 

Hayward George A. (Work & Hayward), 
furniture mover, 119 Pearl and 576 
Main, h. 18 Watson 

Hayward Jos. J., machinist, 162 Broadway, 
h. at Boston 

Hayward Walter F. (H. Ensign & Co.), 
provisions, 3 Brattle, h. 16 Story 

Hayward W. E. Mrs., nurse, h. Elm, cor. 
Beech 

Hayward Wm. P., h. Elm, c. Beech 

Hayward, see Heywood 

Haywood James, wood and coal, 104 Gore, 
h. 95 do. [Harding 

Haywood Walter, baker, 176 Harvard, h. 3 

Hazel Benjamin C, painter, boards 67 
Washington 

Hazel Benjamin G., carpenter, 174 Broad- 
way, h. 67 Washingtou 

Hizeltine Carrie H. Miss, teacher Wash- 
ington grammar school, b. 18 Trow- 
bridge 

Hazeltine Margaret W., widow of George, 

dressmaker, h. 18 Trowbridge 
Hazelton George K. , porter, b. 48 Sidney 
Hazelton Lorenzo W., expressman, 600 

Main, h. 48 Sidney 
Hazlewood Ann E., widow of Francis T., 

li. 37 Essex 
Hazelwood George F., action maker, 113 

Broadway, h. 37 Essex 
Hazen Fannie T., h. 4 Divinity av. 

HAZEN DANIEL Iff., manufac- 
turer and wholesale dealer in con- 
fectionery, 42 Elm, and traveling 
salesman. 502 Main, h. 38 Tremont 
Hazen James W., b. 38 Tremont 
Hazlett George, dii.ur Camb. R. Co., h. 

Frank, 7th on the left 
Hazlett John M., driver Chas. R. St. R. 
Co., h. 125 Winsor 



Hazlett Joseph, teamster Gooch's wharf 

(Brighton), h. 8 Camden place 
Hazlett J., driver Camb. R. Co. 
Hazlett Robert, stone cutter, 258 Mt. Au- 
burn, b. 7 Sparks 
Hazlett Wm., tubemaker (Somerville), h. 

1 Union 
Hazlett Wm. Henry, teamster (IT. S. Ar- 
senal, Watertown). h. 7 Sparks 
Hazlett Wm. H. (Hazlett & Underbill), 

First, h. 74 Fourth 

Hazlett & Underbill (W. H. Haz'ett and 

Charles W. Underbill), planing mill 

and box mnfrs., First, cor. Thorndike 

Hazlett, see Hezlitt 

Headblom Charles A., carpenter (B, & A. 

R. R., Allston), h. 4 Fallon place 
Headlum Peter, tailor, b. Rogers block 
Heald Charles T., cooper, 220 Portland, h. 

61 Plvmouth 
Heald Fred E., fireman B. & L. R. R., h. 

137 Camb. 
Healey Cornelius M,, liquors, 267 Camb., 

h. 265 Camb. 
Healey Daniel, laborer, h. 20 Carson 
Healey John, 162 Broadway, h. GS Harvard 
Healey Maurice, painter. 15 Blanche 
Healey Maurice, cook, Prospect House, 

596 Main. b. do. 
Healey Patrick, iron molder, Pelham 
Healy Annie M., widow of Michael, 

boarding-house 249 Mt. Auburn 
Healy John.tailor. 18 Bovlston,h. 25 Banks 
Healy William, tailor, 18 Boylston, b. 25 

Banks 
Heaney Patrick, bis. ^G Waverly 
Heaney Stephen, laborer 169 Gore, h. 210 
Columbia [bridge 

Heanrie John, laborer, h. 171 Winsor 
Hearney Edward, laborer, h. r. 240 Cam- 
Hearney Edward, jr., hostler, bds. r. 240 

Cambridge 
Hearn John, at 54 Bridge 
Hearsey Charles A., tin stamper, bds. 64 
Columbia [Columbia 

Hearsey John A., tin stamper, boards 64 
Hearsey Walter H., bds. 64 Columbia 
Hearsey William E., foreman (190 Tremont 

B.'), h. 64 Columbia 
Hearsey, see Hersey 
Heath Edward, waiter, h. 1 Broadway 
Ileatley Isaiah S., carpenter, h. 24 Rockwell 
Heart/' Robert H., salesman, (B.), h. 118 

Norfolk 
Heath Warren E., cabinet maker, Wood- 
bury, bds. Otis. h. at Somerville 
Ileaton Thomas, printer Riverside Press, h. 

23!) Broadway 
Hebard Albert K., foreman of piano dept., 

1(52 Broadway, h. 147 Harvard 
Heckelsberg Charles, cigar maker, 513 

Main, h. at Boston 
Hedge Charles B., (13 Commercial B.), h. 
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Hed<?e Frederick H. Rev. Prof, of German, 

H. U.,h. 48 North av. 
Hedin Anton, cabinet maker 232 Cambridge, 

rooms 143 Thorndike 
Hedin John A., furniture 232 and 234. 

Cambridge, rooms 143 Thorndike 
Hedland Peter, tailor, (B.), h., 3 Rogers 

blk., Washington 
Hedrick Josephine, 0. Miss, teacher Sharp 

School (Anderson, B), h. 35 Hudson 
Heeb Wm. F., clerk, 188 Norfolk, h. do. 
Heeney Peter J., cigar maker, h. 115 Pearl 
Heffernan David, liquors, etc., 4G6 and 472 

Cambridge, h. 150 Prospect 
Heffernan Joseph, h. 401 Cambridge 
Heffernan Joseph A., pedler, boards 401 

Cambridge [Cambridge 

Heffernan Michael J., pedler, bds. 401 
Heffernan Sarah F., Miss, variety store 116 

Webster av., bds. 401 Cambridge 
Heffron Mary, widow, h. 9 Winter 
Heffron Wm. H., cattle dealer, 189 Spruce, 

house do. [23 Warren 

Hegarty Jeremiah, liquors, 1 Jefferson, h. 
Hegger Charles, baker, h. 33 Reed 
Hegney Robert S., herdic driver, h. 20 

Green 
Heileman Charles H. , bookkeeper, 45 

Merchants Row (B.), bds. 71 River 
Heileman Wm., boot and shoe mnfr. (125 

Cambridge, B.), h. 71 River 
Heileman Wm. jr., clerk, (125 Camb. B.), 

bds 71 River 
Hedge John H., teamster 195 Broadway, 

house 222 do. 
HeintzGeo., varnisher, 1G2 Broadway, h. 

25 Tremont 

HELGERT FREDERICK, 
grocer 25 Harvard, h. do 
Hellen Elizabeth, wid. of Robert, h. 34 

North 
Helling K., safe maker, 17 Main 
Hellmann Edw. A., sign painter, bds. 125£ 

Spring 
Hellman Frederick, glass maker, h. 2 Gore 
Hellmann John L., jeweller (71 Sudbury, 

B.), h. 125^ Spring 
Hellmann Thomas L., driver Camb. R. Co., 

bds. 125-^ Spring 
Hemenwav Wesley C, oil etc. (91 Oliver 

B.), h. 8 Meacham 
H^mmenway Sarah B. Miss, seamstress, 

rooms 5 Revere 
Henan Michael, mason, bds. 147 Columbia 
Henan Patrick, mason, bds. 147 Columbia 
Henav William H. fresco painter (B.), h. 

69 Oxford [G9 Oxford 

Henay William S., fresco painter (B.), h. 
Henbro Henry, cigar maker, h. 4 Decatur 
Henchman Nathaniel H., h. 8 Frisbie pi. 
Henderson Delphia,, widow, h. r. 133 

Columbia [bds. r. 133 Columbia 

Henderson Albert C, expressman (B.), 



Henderson Arthur R., clerk (P. O. B.), h. 

16 Wallace 
Henderson Bros. (John J. and Robert Hen- 
derson jr.), carriage makers, 232 

North avenue 
Henderson Charles W., (Henderson & Son), 

paper stock, 237 Pearl, h. 238 do 
Henderson Frank R., salesman 232 North 

avenue, bds. 244 do [h. at Boston 

Henderson Fred, boiler maker, 356 Main, 
Henderson George, potter, bds. 53 Reed 
Henderson George R., carriage mnfr., 270 

North avenue, h. 10 Day [vard 

Henderson George W., mason, h. 126 Har- 
Henderson Jas., currier, h. 53 Reed 
Henderson James A., carriage maker, 350 

North avenue, h. 352 do. 
Henderson James J., brush maker (132 

Oliver B.), h. 28 Hastings 
Henderson John J., (Henderson Brothers), 

carriage maker, 232 North avenue, h. 

7 Chester 
Henderson Joseph, carver, Woodbury build- 
ing, Otis, h. at Somerville 
Henderson Robert, iron molder 356 Main 
Henderson Patrick, brush maker (132 Oli- 
ver, B.), bds. 38 Hastings 
Henderson Robert, h. 268 North avenue 
Henderson Robert, jr. (Henderson Bros.), 

carriage maker, 232 North avenue, h. 

244 do. [611 Main, h. 105 Oxford 

Henderson Thomas C, letter carrier, P. O., 
Henderson WilbertS., carriage smith, 350 

North avenue, bds. 352 do. 
Henderson Wm. (Henderson &Son), paper 

stock 247 Pearl, h. do. [lard 

Henderson Wm. B., carpenter, b. 37 Wil- 
Henderson Wm. F., clerk 200 North Ave., 

b. 53 Harvey 
Henderson Wm. J., tailor, h. Second St. Ct. 
Henderson & Son (Wm. and Charles W. 

Henderson), metals and paper stock 

247 Pearl [ard 

Hendley Lucy J., wid. of Otis, h. 40 Orch- 
Hendrew Wm., hairdresser 454 Camb., b. 

Vine, c. Second 
Hendricks John, teamster, b. 271 Broadway 
Hendrickson Chas., carpet maker, b. 122 

A. Spring 
Hendrickson Gustav, safe painter 17 Main, 

boards 64 Broadway 
Hendrickson John A., laborer, h. Rolling 

Mill block, Bristol 
Hendry Geo. E., boiler maker 356 Main, 

house 8 Jefferson 
Henley Francis O., h. 9 Boardman 
Henlev Wm.. at 162 Broadwav, h. 235 do. 

HENNESSEY AEEXAN D E R 
UI., shoemaker 35l£ Broadwav, h. 
6 Austin [Hampshire 

Hennessey Esther, widow of Michael, h. 74 
Hennessey H., driller 368 Main 
Hennessey James, laborer 126 Portland, h. 
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Hennessey James, compositor Riverside 

Press, house 53 River 
Hennessey James, junk, h. 10 Hastings 
Hennessey James, laborer 3 Hampshire, h. 

133 Portland 
Hennessey Jas., lab., h. 200 Dublin 
Hennessey James, compositor University 

Press 
Hennessey James Jr., confectioner 503 

Main, borrds 10 Hastings 
Hennessey James J., waiter (Tremont 

House, B.), house 59 Vine 
Hennessey John, confectioner 503 Main, 

boards 10 Hastings 
Hennessey Robert W., shipper at 31 Elm, 

house 40 Union 
Hennessey Sarah A., widow of Michael F., 

house rear 1 Webster Av. 
Hennessey Wm., porter (Tremont House, 

B.), house 110 Spring 
Hennessey Wm., cutter Am. Rubber Co. 
Henney Frank, carpenter, b. 15 Farwell 

Place 
Hennigar Amy Miss, h. 31 Mill 
Hennings Charles A., carver Woodbury 

bldg., Otis, h. at Somerville 
Hennion Henry M., book-keeper (B.), h. 

318 Harvard [112 Columbia 

Henry Caleb G., waiter Memorial Hall, h. 
Henry Geo., lab., h. 23 Brewery 
Henry Geo., watchmaker 220 Hanover, h. 

24 Hadley 

Henry Jas., lab., h. 3 Bell 

Henry James Jr., laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house 3 Bell 
Henry James B., carpenter, h. 7 Lopez 
Henry John, hostler Camb. R. Co., h. 84 

Harvard [Bell 

Henry John, horseshoer 498 Main, bds. 3 
Henry Margaret A., widow of James S., b. 

25 Cedar 

Henry Mary R. Miss, h. 39 Fourth 
Henry Samuel, lab., h. 102 Harvard 
Henry Thos. P.. wood carver 44 Camb., h. 

at So. Boston 
Henshaw John A., h. 23 Craigie 
Henshaw John O., civil engineer (13 Pem- 

berton Sq., B.), b. 23 Craigie 
Henshaw Wm. O., fruit (113 State, B.), 

h. ^9 Linnaean [Holyoke 

Heptig Wm., waiter Lyceum bldg., bds. 33 
Herbert Harry, painter, h. 13 Fairmont Av. 
Herbert James, tinman, b. 3 Gordan Place 
Herbert Joseph P., foreman cutting room 

Am. Rubber Co., h. 206 Harvard 
Herdehorst Frank, boiler maker F. R. R., 

fa 22 Reed 
Hereliby James, city lab., h. 194 Hampshire 
Herelihy John, laborer 1G9 Gore, h. r. 209 

Camb. 
Herelihy John, stone cutter, h. 39 Union 
Herelihy, see Hurlihy [Seventh 

Herman John, currier, b. 7 Buck's block, 



Herman , potter at Hews pottery, h. 

Alewife Brook [Seventh 

Hermann John, watchman 169 Gore, h. 7 
Hermanns Anna, widow of Hobart, house 

Munroe, near Third [Third 

Hermanns Henry, machinist, h. Munroe, n. 
Hermanns Paul, laborer, house Munroe, n. 

Third 
Hermon Abbie, widow, h. 70 Harvard 
Hermon Walter, box maker, State, corner 

Osborn, b. 70 Harvard 
Heron Samuel, groceries and provisions 279 

Camb., boards 277 do. 

HERO* WUI. J., plasterer base- 
ment 610 Main, h. 9 Rockwell 
Herring Edw. A. C, clerk 154 North Ave., 

boards at Somerville 
Herring Francis A., overseer Camb. R. Co. 

stable, Dover, h. Frank, 7th on left 
Herring Fred, laborer, house Harvey, near 

Clifton [Garden 

Herrick C. W. Miss, student annex, b. 26 
Herrick Frank H. , conductor Camb. R. Co. 

b. 69 Mt. Auburn 
Herrick Percy M., clerk (91 Federal, B.), 

boards 7 Nortou 

HERRICK WM. A., lawyer (33 
School, B.), h. 7 Norton 
Hersey Emery O., druggist (Salem, Mass.) 

house 16 Worcester 
Hersey Henry, plasterer, h. 90 Banks 
Hersey Henry F., tester of pumps (B.), h. 

22 East 
Hersey Wm., lab., b. r. 218 Putnam Av. 
Hersey Willis H.. baker 505 Main, bds. 41 

Cogswell Ave. 
Hersey, see Hearsey 
Hersom Chas. S., carpenter, b. 12 Essex 

HERSOM JAMES R., furniture 
mover 600 Main, h. 12 Essex 
Hersom Linwood, teamster, b. 12 Essex 
Hertach Samuel, lab., h. 57 Charles 
Hertach John, pocket book maker ^B.), h. 

7 Mullin's Ct. 
Hervie Chas. W., carpenter, h. 5 Blanche 
Hess Hiram, h. 25 Union 
Hess John, beer bottler 428 Cambridge, h. 

264 Vine, E. Camb. 
Hesseltine Alfred A., clerk (63 Summer, 

Boston), boards 13 Clinton 
Hesseltine John E., Custom House (B.), 

house 13 Clinton 
Hession James, carriage-maker, Church, c. 

Palmer, house at Somerville 
Heveran John, laborer, house 91 Vine 
Heveren Thomas, elevator-man American 

Rubber Co. 
Heveran Thomas, laborer, house 91 Vine 
Heveran William, laborer, boards 91 Vine 
Hewes Andrew J., machinist, h. 18 Clark 
Hewes Eleanor B., widow of James T., h. 

11 Mason 
Hewes Thomas, machinist, 356 Main 



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Hewett John E., clerk (Boston), boards 88 

Norfolk 
Hewett, see Hewitt 
Hew ins HarrietN., widow of George G., h. 

373 Harvard 
Hewins John A., boards 56 Sidney- 
Hewitt Frank, house 28 Harding 
Hewitt George S., mason, h. 47 Fairmont 
Hewitt James, carriage-maker (Boston), h. 

39 Spruce 
Hewitt, see Hewett [167 Brookline 

Hewlett Francis L. , widow of Albert, house 
Hews Albert A. (A. H. Hews & Co.), 

earthen ware, Crescent avenue, boards 

41 Walden 
Hews Augustus H., house 291 Broadway 
Hews A. H. & Co. (Albert H. a d Horatio 

Hews), earthen-ware manufacturers, 

Crescent avenue [19 Brewery 

Hews Edmund, laborer, 3 Hampshire, house 
Hews Horatio (A. H. Hews & Co.), earth- 
en-ware, Crescent av., house at Weston 
Hewson John M., salesman (450 Washing- 
ton, Boston), house rear 145 Columbia 
Hewson M. C, driver Cambridge E. Co. 
Heyden Henry, foreman (Allen, corner 

Brighton, Boston), house 94 Winsor 
Heyden William II., brass-finisher, house 

126 Harvard 
Heyden, see Hayden 

Heymer John C, stereotyper (179 Devon- 
shire, Boston), boards Porter's Hotel 
Heyn Frederick A., sausage-maker R. 

Weitze, house Eighth, near Spring 
Heywood Maria L. Miss, house 149 Austin 
Heywood, see Haywood 
Hezlitt Charlotte E. Miss, teacher, house 29 

Kinnaird 
Hezlitt George, stone-setter, h. 29 Kinnaird 
Hezlitt George M., stone-setter, boards 29 

Kinnaird 
Hezlitt John, stone-setter, house 53 Winsor 
Hezlitt William H., driver W. G. MacLeod, 

boards 29 Kinnaird [h. 125 Hampshire 
Hibbard A. Dennison, teamster, 506 Main, 
Hichborn Herman G., dentist, 569 Main, b. 

15 Shepard 
Hickey James, laborer, house 451 Camb. 
Hickey John, cabinet-maker (Boston), bds. 

123 Winsor 
Hickey John, laborer, house 51 North 
Hickey John, machinist, house 192 Bridge 
Hickey Michael, stone-cutter, 41 Main, h. 

45 Cambridge 
Hickey Michael W., action-maker, 162 

Broadway, house 746 Cambridge 
Hickey Patrick, butcher, boards 198 Camb. 
Hickey Patrick H., stereotyper, boards 24 

Fairmont 
Hickey William, stone-cutter, bds. 45 Main 
Hickie Daniel J., baker (648 Washington, 

Boston), house 157 Main 
Hickie Lucy M. Mrs., dressmaker, 157 
Main, house do. 



Hicks Charles H., telegraph-operator E. R. 

R. (Chelsea), house 32 Hubbard ave. 
Hicks Fred. A., jeweler (Boston;, rooms 

180 Norfolk 
Hicks James, machinist agent, h. 18 Lopez 
Hicks John G., carpenter, house 25 Park 
Hicks Mary D. Mrs., house 62 Brattle 
Hicks Peter, horse-dealer and veterinary 

surgeon, house 2 Harrison [5 West 
Hicks Samuel AV., laborer, 613 Main, house 
Hicks Thomas, house 33 Union 
Hicks Thomas J., boot-maker, 97 Camb., 

house 180 Norfolk 
Hicks William C, salesman, h. 6 Kinnaird 

Hicks , baker, 31 Elm 

Hidden William H., house 259 Harvard 
Hidden William H., Jr., student Harvard 

University, boards 259 Harvard 
Higgenbotham Charles, waiter Young's Ho- 
tel (Boston), boards 56 Hastings 
Higgins Andrew M., carpenter, 113 Broad- 
way, house 98 Norfolk [168 Camb. 
Higgins Arthur, cooper C. H. North's, rms. 
Higgins Atkins, cabinet-maker, (17 Harvard 

place, Boston), house 2 Seckel 
Higgins Augustus E., clerk (22 Quincy 

Market, Boston), boards J. B. Higgins', 

Hadley place [50 Columbia 

Higgins Benjamin F., police, station 2, h. 
Higgins Charles, musician, h. 94 Prospect 
Higgins Cornelius, musician, h. 94 Prospect 
Higgins Edward P., provisions, 86 Camb., 

house at Somerville [R\ Co. 

Higgins Edwin S., driver Charles River St. 
Higgins Elbridge S., wood-moulder, 113 

Broadway, house 93 Winsor 
Higgins Francis A., driver Cambridge R. 

Co., house 121 Western avenue 
Higgins Fred. A., salesman (450 Washing- 
ton, Boston), boards 97 River 
Higgins George W. (Higgins & Miller), 

stair-builder, Rhoades building, State, 

house 5 Stinson court 
Higgins Isaac N. , driver Cambridge Railway 

Co., boarding-house Holworthy place 
Higgins Jabez B., house Hadley place 
Higgins John, carpenter, h. r. 210 Franklin 
Higgins John, trackman Cambridge Railway 

Co., house 10 Erie [b. 10 Erie 

Higgins John, Jr., upholsterer, 556 Main, 
Higgins John H., optician, h. 24 Tremont 
Higgins Margaret Mrs., widow, house rear 

65 Mount Auburn [Wallace 

Higgins Martha D., music-teacher, house 8 
Higgins Martin, house 40 First 
Higgins Mary, widow of James, house 112 

Cambridge 
Higgins Michael, carriagesmith, 270 North 

avenue, boards 26 Rice [56 Green 

Higgins Richard F., clerk, 610 Main, house 
Higgins Edwin Sidney, carpenter, bds. 50 

Columbia 

HIGGINS SUMNER C, tin 
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R. Co., bds. 10 Elm 
Higgins Warren R., cracker dealer, house 

51 Western avenue 
Higgins Wm., painter, bds. Mrs. Ann 

Loughrey's, Loughrey avenue 
Higgins Wnr, at 191 Bridge, h. 32 Elm 
Higgins William D., shoemaker, Putnam 

avenue, n. River, house 42 River 
Higgins William G., driver, 203 Bridge 

HIGGINS WM. H., carpenter, 
165 North av., house 12 Cogswell 
avenue 
Higgins Wm. P., carpanter, house 4 Tufts 
Higgins & Miller (George W. Higgins and 

Ingram B. Miller), stair builders, 

Rhoades bldg. , State 
Higginson Thomas, Wentworth, author, 

house 25 Buckingham 
Higgs John, carpenter, house 438 Main 
Highet James, sawyer, h 6 Rogers blk Main 
Hildreth Allen B. M., groceries and provi- 
sions, 424 Camb., rooms 18 Putnam av. 
Hildreth Almeda S. Miss,h. foot Mt Vernon 
Hildreth Charles W., provisions (15 Fleet, 

B.), house 141 North av. 
Hildreth Eliza P., widow of A. Edwin, h. 

62 North avenue 
Hildreth John L., physician, 37 Brattle, h. 

1G Garden 
Hildreth Stanley B. (Hildreth Bros. & Co., 

Hartford), boards 62 North avenue 
Hill Adams Sherman, Boylston Professor 

of Rhetoric and Oratory, H. U., house 

Reservoir, near Fayerweather 
Hill Albert E., sal sman, (5 Winthrop sq., 

B.), boards 132 Pearl 
Hill Alexander, engineer, 126 Portland, h. 

42 Hampshire 
Hill Alex jr., engineer, 126 Portland 
Hill Brothers (Fred A. and E. W. Hill), 

carpenters, State, c. Osborn 
Hill Calvin A., clothing (B.), b. 1 Rogers 

block, Main 
Hill Charles P., fly finisher, 162 Broadway, 

house at West Newton 
Hill David, lab., bds. 24 Foster 
Hill David J., pressman University Press, 

house 21 Gerry 
Hill Edgar M., collector, bds. 3 Banks 
Hill Edward, tailor, 584 Main, h. 584£ do. 
Hill Eliakim W. (Hill Bros.), carpenter, 

State, c. Osborn, house at Somerville 
Hill JOllen, widow of John, house 4 Saville 
Hill Ellen, wid. of Henry, house 5 King pi. 
Hill E. Andrew, printer, University press, 

house 22 Winthrop 
Hill Fred A. (Hill Bros.), carpenter, State, 

cor. Oshorn, house 22 Worcester 
Hill F. L., box maker, 3 Hampshire 
Hill. Florence Miss, compositor, b 4 Saville 
Hill Frederick A., b. 22 Worcester 
Hill George A., house 866 Main 
Hill Geo. II., machinist, h. 5 King place 



Hill Hannah A., widow of William A., h. 

132 Pearl 
Hill Hannah L. Miss, teacher Allston gram- 
mar school, boards 52 Austin 
Hill Henrietta Emeline Mrs., laundress, 

house rear 61 Harvard 
Hill Henry B., assistant professor Chemis- 
try H. U., house Hammond, n. Oxford 
Hill James, hairdresser, 420 Harvard, bds. 

189 Mt. Auburn 
Hill James A , steamboat cook, house r. 

37 Cowperthwaite [20 Brewer 

Hill James D., coachman, 94 Brattle, house 
Hill James P., regulator, 162 Broadway, 

house at Salem 
Hill James J., clerk, 147 North av., boards 

H. J. Reddick's, Porter's station 
Hill Jaso , key finisher, 139 Broadway, h. 

at West Medford 
Hill John E., watchmaker (22 Hanover B.) 

house 39 Hamilton 
Hill John Henry, sawyer, 139 Broadway, 

house 138 Hampshire 
Hill John J., teamster, h. r. 11 Revere 
Hill Joseph Alex, engineer, 126 Portland, 

house r. 27 Webster avenue 
Hill J. Fred, salesman (23 F. H. Market, 

B ), rooms 75 Otis 
Hill K. E. P. Mrs., boards 1 Brewer block, 

Brattle square 
Hill Laura, widow of James, b. 34 Hastings 
Hill Lucia II., widow of Horace L., house 

22 Worcester 
Hill Maria, widoAv of John, h. 39 Hamilton 
Hill Minnie Miss, compositor, b. 4 Saville 
1111 Nathaniel Mrs., h. 104 Prospect 
Hill Timothy Mrs., house 24 Foster 
Hill AVarren, mnfr. , house 65 Pleasant 
Hill William, bds. 22 Worcester 
Hill Wm., gardener, h. 189 Mt. Auburn 
Hill Wm. B., clerk (69 Camb. B.), house 

Hotel Holly, Holly 
Hill Wm. H, carpenter, State, c. Osborn, 

house 22 Worcester 
Hillis Mamie A. Miss, dressmaker, 220 

Broadway, boards do. 
Hillas Wm., iron turner, 126 Portland, 

house 220 Broadway [Dickinson 

Hillas Wm. jr.. heater, 126 Portland, h. 3 
Hillery John, house 131 Portland 
Hillery Mary, widow of Thomas, house 191 

Mt. Auburn 
Hillery Michael F., lab., b 191 Mt. Auburn 
Hillery Thos. A., janitor Agassiz Museum, 

bds. 191 Mt. Auburn 
Hilliard Samuel D., house 32 Winsor 
Hillier Margaret A. Mrs., dressmaker, 441 

Main, house 250 Harvard 
Hillier Win., mason, house 250 Harvard 
Hillier Wm. II., liquors, 165 Bridge, bds. 

250 Harvard 
Hilliker John, hairworker, 63 Ellery, h. do. 
Hillman Fred, glass cutter, house 2 Gore 



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Hillman John W., silver plater (24 Sudbury 
B.j, bds, 156 Thorndike 

Hillman John J., silver plater (24 Sudbury 

B. house 156 Thorndike 
Hills Fontanelle L., teamster, h. 142 Spring 
Hills Henry S.. house 76 Thorndike 
Hills Mercy ']'.. widow, house 14 Chauncy 
Hills Win. B. Dr., instructor in Chemistry 

H. L\. house 54 Langdon 
Hilt Charles II. at Miller Bros. (Somerville) 

house «1 Wendell 
Hilt Luther J., new and second-hand cloth- 
ing (B,) house Rogers block. Main 
Hilton Herbert, cabinet maker, b. 84 Camb 
Hilton James Madison, butter and cheese 
(cellar 39 Soutli Market, B.), house 9 
Mellen 
Hilton James M., house 47 Oxford 
Hilton Joseph F., provisions (5 and 7 F. H. 
market. B.), house Highland ave. near 
Broadway 
Hilton Thomas B.. hairdresser, 249 Broad- 
way, boards 117 Columbia 
Himeoii Edgar, carpenter, bds. 20 Suffolk 
Himeon Edward C. carpenter, b. 20 Suffolk 
Himeon John, carpenter, bds. 20 Suffolk 
Himeon Minor W. (John Savage & Co.), 

carpenter, house 20 Suffolk 
Hinchell Grace Mrs., house 23 Buckingham 
Hinckley Charles, at Am. Kubber Co. 
Hincks Edward W. General, h. 159 Brattle 
Hinds Benj.. sharp maker, 139 Broadway, 
houso 3 Conlon's ct. [Harvard 

Hines Albert A., hackman, (B.), house 188 
Hines Richard B., commercial traveler (3G 

Chauncy, B.), house 12 Day 
Hinkley Seth glass blower. X. E. Glass Co. 
Hinman Joseph, agent Babcock Extinguish- 
er (41 Eederal, 13.), house 4s Magazine 
Hinton Tina, widow of Chas. house rear 90 

Harvard 
Hippilyte Joseph, mason, house 41 Harvey 
Hippler Andrew, peddler, h. rear 81 Sixth 
Hirl Mary J., brush mnfr., 36 Cambridge, 

house 123 Third 
Hirschberg Paul, florist agent, (B.), house 
rear 172 Columbia [Washington 

Hiscock Simon D., police, station 2, h. 99 
Hitchburn Herman, dentist, b. 15 Shepard 
Hitchcock Edward C, laborer, h. 305 Main 
Hitchcock Henry C, fireman. H. IT., house 

13 DeWolf 
Hitchings John, ware dresser, 356 Main 

Hl'JLTlrVGER THOMAS H., 
Fresh Pond Ice Co., foot of Willow, 

branch offices 6 Brattle and 649 Main 
Hixall Charles, box maker, home 18 Clark 
Hixon Charles F., clerk, 142 Harvard, h. 

66 Winsor 
Hixon Edward, furniture mnfr., 602 Main. 

house 15 Magazine [Cherry 

Hixon Emily, widow of Walter J., house 60 
Hixon George E., foreman upholsterers (48 

Canal, B.), house 59 Green 



Hixon Robert T., police, station 1 house 3 

Huron 
Hixon Sophia, widow of Geo., h. 66 Winsor 

HIXO> WILLIAM J., upholster- 
er, 363 Main, house at Eaulkuer's 

station 
Hjorter Johannes, case maker, Albany, bds. 

71 Washington 
Hjorth Frederick, insurance broker and 

inspector of fish, 404 Main, house do. 
Hoag Jonathan, house 287 Broadway 
Hoar Cecelia, widow, house 82 Green 
Hoar Eben G.. clerk, E. E.R. Charlestown, 

house 26 Hadley 
Hoar Edward, cooper, bds. 220 Cambridge 
Hoare Francis, trav. salesman (252 Devon- 
shire, B.), house 82 Green 
Hobart David EL, house 17 Austin 
Hobart Washington, carpenter, house 365 

Main 
Hobbs Ernest, painter, b. r. 150 Trospect 
Hobbs Francis A., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 14 Bath 
Hobbs George, boarding-house, 53 Cherry 
Hobbs Harry W., action maker, 113 Broad- 
way, bds. 53 Cherry 
Hobbs Henry C.. cutter, X. E. Glass Co., 

house rear 150 Prospect 
Hobbs Jeremiah R., driver, hook and lad- 
der, house 287 Cambridge 
Hobbs Jeremiah S., carpenter, h. 7 Park 
Hobbs Laura 1)., retoucher, 27 Central sq., 

bds. 14 Bath 
Hobbs Moses H. 
Hobbs William, 

Harvard 

Hobbs W. C, bds. 14 Buckingham 
Hoburn Geo., boot maker. Am. Kubber Co. 
Hodgdon John H , carpenter, bds. rear 508 

Main 
Hodgdon S., cabinet maker. 54 Bridge 
Hodge Bridget, widow of Richard, house 67 

Mt. Auburn 
Hodge John W., conductor, C. R. Co., bds. 

• 17 Mt. Auburn 
Hodge Louise, boards 20 Berkley 
Hodges Carrie D. Miss, b. 100 Mt. Auburn 
Hodges Charles E., clerk (2fi F. H. market 

B.), boards 450 Broadway 
Hodges Francis Frederick, clerk (22 Pearl, 

B.), bds. 450 Broadwav 
Hodges Harry D., 658 Washington, (B.), 

house Hotel School 
Hodges Hattie P. Miss, h. 100 Mt. Auburn 
Hodges Jane, widow of Francis, house 450 

Broadway 
Hodges Lizzie Miss, printer, 3 Linden 
Hodges Lydia E. Mrs., h. 100 Mt. Auburn 
Hodges Mary A., widow of James C, house 

11 Kinnaird 
Hodges N. D. C, associate editor Science, 

19 Brattle, boards 39 do. 
Hodgkins Asa, sawyer, State, cor. Osborn, 
house Pearl 



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Hodgkins Asa H., planer, house 82 Pearl 
Hodgkins George H., paper-hanger, house 

187 Cambridge 
Hodgkins James H., regulator, 162 Broad- 
way, house 31 Brookline 
Hodgkins Joseph E., machinist. 356 Main, 

house at Boston 
Hodgkins Rufus M. 

21 Suffolk 
Hodgkins Walter R., 

boards 39 Seventh 
Hodgkins William H., plumber, house rear 

126 Thorndike 
Hodsdon Clarence L. 

Bton, house 70 do 
Hodsdon Geo W., produce (11 and 12 No. 

Market, B.), bds. 112 Thorndike 
Hodsdon Julia A., wid. of B. P., house 112 

Thorndike 
Hodsdon Wilder B., clerk (146 Devonshire, 

B.), house 112 Thorndike 
Hodsdon John T. , cook. house Hotel Brooks. 

Brooks 
Hodsdon Wm. H., compositor, boards 

Hotel Brooks 
Hoey James, lab., 169 Gore, b. 2 Hunting 
Hoey James J., soapmaker (B.), house 17 

Ninth 
Hofer Frederick, tool maker, h. 33 Camb. 
Hoffman Charles, iceman (Chas'n), boards 

213 Columbia 
Hoffman Charles, driver, 565^ Main, bds. 

7-4 Columbia 
Hoffman Herman L., teamster, b. 173 Spring 
Hoflman James W., boarding-hcuse 74 

Columbia 
Hoflman John, box maker, 169 Gore, h. 

213 Columbia [213 Columbia 

Hoffman John Jr., laborer, 169 Gore, bds. 
Hoffman Reinhold F., cabinet maker, h. 

49 Clark 
Hofman Ernst, tailor, 318 Broadway, h. 3 

Emmons place 
Hof strom Carl F. L., cabinet maker, 8 

Harvard square, bds. 8 Plympton 
Hogan David D., house 59 Spring 
Hogan Edward, cooper, h. 16 Squire's ct. 
Hogan Edward J., cabinet maker, h. 53 

Clark [Auburn place 

Hogan Ellen, widow of Cornelius, house 
Hogan Frederick A., piano key maker, 137 

Broadway, house 486 Cambridge 
Hogan Fred A. Mrs., dry goods, 486 Cam- 
bridge, house do. [h. 83 Bridge 
Hogan Jas., carpenter B. & L. 11. K. shop, 
Hogan John B., cabinet maker, house 73 

Hastings 
Hogan John C, electrotype finisher, Uni- 
versity Press, house 158 Green 
Hogan Mary, widow of Patrick, h. 2 Ayers 

block, Third [Belmont 

Hogan Mary, wid. of John, h. Holworthy, c. 
Hogan Matthew E., pork, etc., h. 30 Rnssell 



Hogan Matthew J., teamster John Reardon 

& Sons, house 271 Putnam av. 
Hogan Patrick, laborer, h. 9 Cowperthwaite 
Hogan Thomas P.. machinist, h. 158 Green 
Hoistrom P., boiler maker, 92 Main 
Hoit Sarah A., wid. of Ezekiel, h. 28 Fifth 
Hoit Sophia G., widow of Joseph, house 128 

Thornidke [B.), bds. 28 . ifth 

Hoit Wm., H., confectioner (67 Canal, 
Hoitt Benjamin B., dining rooms, 5 Essex. 

h. 82 Green [bds. Lawrence Hall 

Holah John L., student Ep. Theo. School, 
Holbrook Edward, house 112 Lake View av. 
Holbrook Nathan H., supt. John Keardon 

& Sons, Waverly, cor. Talbot, house 

42 Chestnut [768 Main 

Holbrook Kobert (Ipswich Mills, B.). bds. 
Holbrook Vernon, h. 104 Lake View av. 
Holden Amos P., house 100 Allston 
Holden Austin, asst. librarian American 

Academy (10^ Beacon, B.), bds. 21 

Linnaean [at Boston 

Holden John, shipper Kiverside Press, h. 
Holden L. J., conductor Camb. P. Co. 
Holden Margaret A., widow . f James D., 

house 21 Linnaean [432 Broadway 

Holden Kobert, ho&tler, 677 Main, hout-e 
Holden Wm., blacksmith, h. 152 Gr en 
Holden Wm., fireman, h. 41 Washington 
Holder Charles W., box maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 1 Austin place [way 
Holiday Luke city laborer, h. r. 165 Broad- 
Holien Brothers (Edward and Michael 

Holien), galvanizers, foot Winsor 
Holien Edward, (Holien Bros.), gal vanizer, 

foot Winsor, bds 3<>4 Cambridge 
Holien Michael (Holien Bros.), galvanizer, 

foot Winsor, h. 364 Cambridge 
Hollahan Edmund, horse shoer, bds 

Mt. Auburn 
Holland Agnes Miss, house 60 Market 
Holland Annie I. Miss, dressmaker, 

Main, house do. [B.), h. 109 inman 
Holland Chas. H., bookkeeper (1 Hamilton, 
Holland Cornelius, lab., h. 191 Hampshire 
Holland Daniel, laborer, h. 1 Lowland av. 
Holland Edward, printer (B.), h. r. 96 

Tremont 
Holland John, 162 Broadway, h. 22 Portland 
Holland John, laborer, 168 Main, h. 2 Deacon 
Holland John, hostler Cambridge It. Co., 

Mt. Auburn stable, h. Cushing, near 

Cunning court [Deacon 

Holland John J., action maker, boards 2 
Holland John P., bar tender, 165 Bridge, h. 

395£ Cambridge 
Holland Michael W., teamster, h. 65 Winter 
Holland Wm., watchman Cambridge It. 

Co., Dunster, h. 161 Green 
Holland Wm. C, tinner, 153 Pntnam av., 

bds. 22 Park 
Holland W. J., machinist, 17 Main 
Hollenbeck John, janitor, 555 Main, h. do. 
Holler Julius, laborer, bds. 13 Squire's ct. 



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Hollerhan Daniel, laborer, American Rub- 
ber Co., h. 137 Webster 
Hollerhan James, cooper (Somerville), h. 
47 Gore [Seventh 

Hollerhan Michael, laborer (B.), bds. 19 j 
Hollevan Michael, laborer, bds. 19 Seventh 
Holley Joseph, carpenter, 113 Broadway, 

house at Boston 
Hollihan Thomas, laborer, 13 Broadway 
Hollis Charles R., wheelwright, 178 North 
av., bds. Hadley place [103 Austin 

Hollis Lucinda E., widow of Charles, house 
Hollis Mary, wid. of Chas.,h. 103 Columbia 

HOLLIS WW. H., dentist, G03 
Main, bds. 103 Austin 
Holly John A., house 13 YVyeth 
Holly Levi H., teamster, h. 8 Fourth 
Holly Patrick, house G9 Concord avenue 
Holly Tree Coffee Rooms, 20 Brattle 
Holman Chas E., clerk, 1G2 Broadway, h 

119 Winsor [P., h. 8 Front 

Holman Maria X., widow of Ebenezer j 
Holmberg John F.. hay, etc., 185 Broadway. 

house 38 Union [house do. I 

Holmberg Sarah A., grocer, 38 Union. 
Holmes Anna P. Miss, house 93£ Auburn 
Holmes Caroline E., widow of Charles, h. 

12 Dunster [3 State | 

Holmes Charles F., clerk, 515 Main. bds. 
Holmes Charlotte, widow of Jacob R., h. 

9 Kinnaird [Magazine 

Holmes Fannie M.. wid. of Chas. W., h. 55 
Holmes Florence L. Miss, teacher of vocal 

music, house 9 Kinnaird 
Holmes Frank M.. flour (42 Commercial, 

B.), house 80 Magazine 
Holmes Frank Win., student (Newton 

Theological Seminary ), b. 80 Magazine 
Holmes Fred S., draughtsman, 17 Main, j 

house at Everett 
Holmes Freeland S., janitor Masonic Hall, 

633 Main, and Boardman and Mason 

schools, house 3 State 

HOEUIES GEORGE II., book- 
keeper C. R, Nat. Bank, bds. 75 

Allston [39 William 

Holmes Helen E., wi ow of Joseph H., h. 
Holmes Howard W., driver, 203 Bridge, h. 

55 Spring 
Holmes Huldah, artist, b. 95 Norfolk 
Holmes Isaac G. (Holmes & Rugg), wood 

and coal, 16*6 River, h. 75 Allston 
Holmes Isaac G. (I. G. Holmes & Co.), 

boots and shoes, 5G7 Main, boards 75 

Allston 
Holmes I. G. & Co. (Isaac G. Holmes), 

boots and shoes, 567 Main 
Holmes James A. Mrs., b 325 Harvard 
Holmes John, watchman (B.), b. 9 State 
Holmes John. h. 5 Appian-way 
Holmes John C, porter (Hotel Vendome, 

B.), h.20 Murdock 
Holmes Joseph A. (Joseph A. Holmes & 

Co.), grocers, 606 and 610 Main, h. 55 

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HOE1IES JOSEPH A. & CO., 
(Joseph A. Holmes), . rocers, 606, 

608 and G10 Main 
Holmes Marcus R.,key finisher, 139 Broad- 
way, li. 21 Market, No. 3. 
Holmes Mary A., widow, h. r. G3 Spring 
Holmes Nathaniel, h. 7 Ilolyoke place 
Holmes Patrick, coachman, 1G5 Brattle, h* 

46 Foster 
Holmes Susan, teacher, b. 100 Austin 
Holmes Thomas. laborer, h. 3G5 No. ave. 
Holmes Walter A. .com. trav. (141 Federal, 

B.), b. 3 State 
Holmes William, at Memorial Hall 
Holmes William, h. 4 Worcester 
Holmes William, brakeman B. & A. R. R.. 

b. 21 Market. No. 3 
Holmes Wm. F.. hay and grain, 1G2 River, 

b. 75 Allston 
Holmes & Rugg (Isaac C. Holmes and 

George H. Rugg), wood and coal, 1GG 

River 

Holm , laborer, b. 122 \, Spring 

Holt Ada B., teacher Washington grammar 

HOL.T ALDEX, steam-Utter (38 
Beach, B.), h. school R6 Wats< n 

Holt Alfred F.. health officer, "office City 
Hall and physician, 5 Pleasant, h. do. 

Holt Caroline S., widow of V. S., h. 589£ 
Main 

Holt Eliza A. Mrs., h. llli Inman 

Holt Everitt. driver, b. 52 Elm 

Holt Frederick, safe maker, 17 Main, rms. 
8 Rogers block. Main 

Holt Henry L., cooper, b. Squire's block. 
Gore 

Holt Homer C, lawyer, 589£ Main. h. do. 

Holt Ida B. Miss, teacher Lowell Grammar 
school, b. 8 Plympton 

Holt James H. H. , painter, 14 Church, h. 
10 South [South 

Holt James L. Mrs., carpet maker, h. 10 

Holt Samuel H., foreman of blacksmiths 
(409 Federal, B.), h. 8 Plympton 

Holt Stephen A. (Holt & Bugbee), hard- 
wood lumber, 17 East, office (173 
Friend and 84 Canal, B.), h. at Win- 
chester 

OLT WILLIAM B., painter, 14 
Church, h. 8 Acacia 

HOLT & BUGBEE (Stephen A. 
Holt and John B. Bugbee), hard 

wood lumber, 17 East, office (173 

Friend, B.) 
Holton Fred H., coppersmith (36 Chardon, 

B.), and president Excelsior Umbrella 

mnfg. Co. (79 Franklin, B.), h. 14 

Prospect 
Holverson Charles, painter, h. 5 Second st. 

Court [Green 

Holy Catherine, wid. of William, house 150 
Homan Cornelius, h. 2 Jefferson 
Home Joseph, laborer, h. r. 57 Harvard 
Homer Adeline D., widow of Charles W., 

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Homer Fitz H., confectioner, 42 Elm, h. 

247 Broadway 
Homer Sarah A., widow of Moore R., h 

214 Harvard [86 Winsor 

Homer William H, clerk, 407 Main, rms. 
Honeycomb Thomas P. (Honeycomb & 

Co.), boots and shoes, 597 Main, h. at 

East Soroerville 
Honeybomb & Co. (Thomas P. Honey- 
comb), boots and shoes, 597 Main 
Honro Jose, sawyer, 3 Hampshire 
Hong Wah, laundry, 10 Pearl, h. do. 
Hood Win., packer, 169 Gore, h. 31 Seventh 
Hood Wm. H. (Blaisdell & Hood), wood, 

79 Brattle, b. 1 Garden 
Hook Henry B., piano maker (X. E. Piano 

Co.), h. 289 Pearl 
Hooker Anson Mrs., h. 415 Broadway 
Hooker Charles K., steam-heating, base- 
ment. 602 Main, h. 2 Granite 
Hooker Charles R., driver Hose 1, Brattle 

sq., h. 15 Eliot [Broadway 

Hooker Edward D., physician, bds. 415 
Hooker Henry, h. 53 Auburn 
Hooker Hiram YV\, driver steam fire engine 

No. 1, Brattle sq., rooms do. 
Hooker Minnie F. Miss, bookkeeper, 9 

Brattle, b. 2 Granite 
Hooker Sara P. Miss, mechanical dentist, 

432 Harvard, lr at Allston 
Hooley Dennis, driver, 120 Green, bds. 26 

Hancock 
Hooley Jeremiah, clerk, h. 35 Webster av. 
Hooley John, driver, 120 Green, bds. 26 

Hancock 
Hooley Julia, widow, h. 26 Hancock 
Hooper Charles H, flour (10 Broad, B.), 

h. 289 North av. 
Hooper Edward W.,treas. Harvard College 

(70 Water, B.). and lawyer (40 State, 

room 21, B.), h. Reservoir, opp. the 

reservoir 
Hooper Frank A., clerk (32 Essex, B.), b. 

53 Fifth 
Hooper Isaac D. 
Hooper Isaac S., 
Hooper John Jr. 
Hooper John N., teamster, 10 Arrow, h. 3 

Banks 
Hooper Joseph, at Amer. Rubber Co. 
Hooper Joseph M., carpenter, Amer. Rub- 
ber Co., h. 6 Second st, ct. 
Hooper Mary L,, widow of James, h. 291 

North av. [Fifth 

Hooper Moses W., police, station 3, h. 53 
Hooper Sarah, Miss, b. 23 Hudson 
Hooper Warren E., fruit (42 South Market, 

B.), h. 291 North av. 
Hope Eugene, stereotyper Riverside Press, 

h. 12 Walnut ct." [ct. 

Hope James J., stereotypher, b. 12 Walnut 
Hope John, laborer, b. 91 Main 
Hop Kee, laundry, 18 Boylston, h. do 
Hopewell Frank, trav. salesman, bds. 82 

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rms. 131 Harvard 
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HOPEWELL JOHN, mnfr. car- 
riage robes, etc.. (129 Wash., B.), 
h. 82 Magazine 

Hopkins Albert B., carpenter and builder, 
h. 276 Pearl [121 Elm 

Hopkins Catharine, widow of Edward, h. 

Hopkins Curtis, painter, h. 126J Green 

Hopkins Curtis A., clerk, b. 126£ Green 

Hopkins C. F-, driver Camb. R. Co. 

Hopkins Edward Earl, dentist (85 New- 
bury, B.), b, 67 Magazine 

Hopkins Edward J., brass finisher (B.), b. 
3 Norfolk ct. 

Hopkins Edward S., glass blower, 137 
Bridge, b. 58 Fifth 

Hopkins Emma A. Miss, teacher, Thorn- 
dike grammar school, b. at Melrose 

Hopkins Frederick YV., clerk, bds. 126£ 
Green 

Hopkins George W., clerk (77 Bedford, 
B.), h. 169 Thorndike 

II pkins H. F., printer, University Press, h. 

Hopkins James, laborer, h. 3 Norfolk ct. 

Hopkins James H, T., skating rink man- 
ager (Pittsfield), b. 658 Main 

Hopkins John G., glass blower, N. E. 
Glass Works, h. at Medford 

Hopkins Joseph W., leather cutter, rms. 
122 Otis 

Hopkins Josiah, painter, h. 126£ Green 

Hopkins Michael J,, teamster, 180 Main, 
h. 7 Rogers biock, Main 

Hopkins Perry E., agent, "Vandine" es- 
tate, h. 57 Plymouth 

Hopkins Rose, widow of Patrick, h. 7 Rog- 
ers block, Main 

Hopkins Samuel, machinist, B. & L. R. R., 
shop, h. 4 Linehan's block, Third 

Hopkins Sarah A. Mrs., h. 57 Pearl 

Hopkins Wm. J., book-keeper, b. 3 Nor- 
folk court 

Hopkinson John P., private school (20 
Boylston place, B.), h. 22 Craigie 

Hoppin Nicholas Rev., h. 469 Broadway 

Horan Cecelia, wilow, h. 418 Camb. 

Horan Charles, laborer, h. 65 Spruce 

Horan Charles L. , fixture maker, 368 Main 
h. at Watertown [Third 

Horan Daniel, laborer, 211 Bridge, h. 125 

Horan Edward, cooper, b. 418 Camb. 

Horan Ellen, widow of Patrick, h. 24 
Montgomeey 

Horan Jeremiah, laborer, h Dudley, cor. 
Montgomery 

Horan John, carpenter, h. 8 Sands 

Horan John, teamster, 211 Bridge, -h. at 
Chas'n, B. 

Horan Mary, widow of Davin, h. 53 North 

Horan Michael, pedler, b. 418 Camb. 

Horan Patrick J., clerk, 400 Harvard, b. 26 
Dudley 

Horan Peter F., b. 53 North 

Horan Timothy, currier, Dudley, 

Horan Timothy, painter, h. Montgomery, 
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Horan Timothy, teamster, 211 Bridge, h. 3 

Fifth 
Horenden Thomas W., wood turner, 131 

Broadway, b- 279 do. [Co. 

Hor. an Daniel, conductor, Chas. B. St. B. 
Morgan Dennis, stone-cutter, A. McDon- 
ald, h. Holworthy, bey. school-house 
Morgan Dennis, marble worker, 53 Main, 

b. 6G Winsor 
Morgan John, grocer. G9 Gore, h. do. 
Horgan John F., h. 115 Tremont 
Horgan Jolin H., clerk, Ames Blow Co. 

(B.), b. 69 Gore 
Horgan John Joseph, conductor Camb. B. 

Co., h. 107 Tremont 
Horgan John J., marble works, 45 to 53 

Main. h. Go* Winsor 
Honnel Conrad, sugar boiler, h. 70 Second 
Morn George, driver, b. 52 Elm 
Horn Blummer S., laborer, 113 Broadway. 

h. 57 Broadway 
Hornbv Win., shoemaker, Amer. Bubber 

Co. 
Hornby Wm. B.. varnish maker, Amer. 

Bubber Co., h. Austin, cor. Main 
Home John C, letter-carrier Camb. B. O., 

7 Harvard row, h. 106 Auburn 
Hornsby Win. J., potter, h. Somerville av., 

n. Union sq. 
Horr Frederick E., clerk B. O. (Somer- 
ville), h. 48 Austin 
Horr George E., book-keeper, b. 40 Bearl 
Horrigan Ann, wid. of Timothy, h. 2D Beed 
Horrigan Jeremiah, laborer, 1G9 Gore, h. 

12 Borter 
, Horrigan Jeremiah, blacksmith, 1G9 Gore, 

h. rear 11 Eighth 
Horrigan John, laborer, h. 53 Amory 
Horrigan Mary Mrs., 4'J Washington 
Horrigan Mary, widow of Daniel, h. 103 

Webster av. 
Horrigan Mary A. Mrs., h. 395^ Camb. 
Horrigan Michael, laborer, h. 8 Hastings 
Horrigan Michael, laborer, h. 371 North av. 
Horrigan Thomas, laborer, h. r. 119 Gore 
Horrigan Timothy, coachman Robert O. 

Fuller, h. 50 Amory [Hampshire 

Horrigan Timothy, laborer, h. rear 189 
Horsford Eben N., h. 27 Craigie 
Horslower Jean Baptist, dealer in herbs, 

Harvey, cor. Clifton, h. do. [Co. 

Horton George, boot maker Am. Bubber 
llorton J., cabinet maker, 54 Bridge 
Horton Sylvester, reed board maker, 1G2 

Broadway, h. 4 Market 
Horton Walter, student H. U., rms. 20 

Brescott 
Hosmer Cora E. Miss, teacher Harvard 

Grammar sehool, b. 105 Brospect 
Hosstetter Louis, wood turner, Otis, corner 

First 
Hotchkiss Annie Miss, teacher (Bennett 

school, Brighton), rms. 18 Brospect 
Hotel Brooks. Brooks, near Main 



Hotel Cambridge, Crescent av., n. Baymond 

Hotel Cambridge, 45 Otis 

Hotel Clark, Clark, cor. School 

Hotel Holly. Holly, cor. Brooks 

Hotel Main, 305 Main 

Hotel Bark, School, cor. Moore 

Hotel School, Holly, cor. Brooks 

Hotel Wentworth, 7 and 9 Essex 

Hotel Winsor, 6V) Washington 

Hough Wm. E., warden Almshouse, Tan- 
nery, h. do. 

Hough Wm. E. Mrs., matron Almshouse, 
Tannery, h. do. 

Houghton Augusta M. Miss, teacher (Som- 
erville). b. 2 Botter park 

Houghton Charles W.. agent Steam Backing 
Co. (GG Canal, Boston), house 74 Bearl 

Houghton Charlotte, widow of Augustine F., 
house 22 Lake 

Houghton Charlotte I. Miss, teacher (Som- 
erville), boards 2 Botter park 

Houghton Cornelius A., sharpener, 139 
Broadway, house at Boslindale 

Houghton Frederick O. (115 State, B.), 
boards 2 Potter park 

Houghton Henry O. (H. O. Houghton & 
Co.), printer and (Houghton. MirHin &, 
Co.), publisher Riverside Press, house 
800 Main [Bress, h. 3 Brewster pi. 

Houghton Henrv O., Jr., clerk Riverside 

Houghton H. O." & Co. (Henry O. Hough- 
ton, Georg . H. Mifflin, Law son Valen- 
tine and James D. Hurd), pri iters etc., 
Riverside Bress, Blaekstone 

Houghton John H., agent Legerwood Man- 
ufacturing Co. (New York), house 196 
Butnam avenue 

Houghton Joseph W., hardware (88 Xorth, 
Boston), house 3 Botter park 

Houghton Mark Irving (233 Cambridge, 
Boston), house 2G School place 

Houghton Mary A., widow of George A., 
boards 353 Harvard 

Houghton, Mifflin & Co. (Henry O. Hough- 
ton, George H. MirHin. Law son Valen- 
tine and James D. Hurd), publishers, 
Biverside Bress, Blaekstone 

Houghton Sarah A. Mrs., house Hotel In- 
man, 529 Cambridge 

Houghton Sarah F., book-keeper (Boston), 
boards 529 Cambridge 

Houghton Thomas P., carpenter, and board- 
ing-house. G4 Hampshire 

Houghton William I. W.. watchman, house 
20 School place 

Houley Patrick, collar-maker, 10 Arrow, h. 
at Somerville [h. at Somerville 

Houley William, collar-maker. 10 Arrow, 

Houlihan Michael W., teamster, 3 Hamp- 
shire, house 28 Winsor 

Houlihan Batrick J., printer, b. 30 Harvard 

Houlihan Thomas, laborer, 13 Broadway, h. 
30 Harvard [h. Sixth, c. Harvard 

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Hourihan Timothy, laborer, house 3 Fifth 
Hourihen John, plumber and grocer, house 

35 Banks 
Houston John B., cook, house 95 Elm 
Houston William, machinist, bds. 53 Vine 
Hout Ludger, safe-maker, 17 Main 
Hovey Caroline Miss, house 9 Brookline 
Hovey Charles H., florist (G9 Tremont, B.), 

house 381 Broadway 
Hovey Charles M. (Hovey & Co), nurs- 
eries, Cambridge, opposite Highland 

avenue, hou 381 Broadway 
Hovey D na K., clerk. 532 Main, house GO 

Green 
Hovey Eliza B. Miss, house 9 Brookline 
Hovey Freeland E., clerk (184 Devonshire, 

Boston), boards 103 Cambridge 
Hovey Horatio N. (H. N. Hovey & Co.,, 

grocer, 89 Cambridge, house 93 Otis 
Hovey Horatio N., Jr., dry-goods, etc., 103 

Cambridge, house do. 
Hovey H. N. & Co. (Horatio N. Hovey, 

George W. Dearborn and Henry Can- 

nell, grocers, 89 Cambridge 
Hovey John C, horticulturist (1G South 

Market, Boston), house 9 Brookline 
Hovey J. Dana, grocer, 532 Main, h. do. 
Hovey Mary II., wi ow of" William B., h. 

40 William 
Hovey Phineas B. (Hovey & Co.), seeds- 
man, Cambridge, opposite Highland 

avenue, house 9 Brookline 
Hovey Stephen E.. earriagesmith (Boston), 

house 55 Raymond 
Hovey Walter, superintendent (456 Wash- 
ington. Boston), house 21 Lancaster 
Hovey William B., clerk (48 Canal, B.), 

boards 21 Lancaster 
Hovey William H., butter and cheese (32 

F. H. market, B.), bouse 67 Pleasant 
Hovey & Co. (Charles M. and Phineas B. 

Hovey), nurserymen, Cambridge, opp. 

Highland avenue 
Howard Abby A. K. Miss, teacher Thorn- 
dike grammar school, house 65 Otis 
Howard Albert A., student H. U., boards 

Kirkland, near Sumner [159 Norfolk 
Howard Alexander, shoemaker, 36 Fifth, b. 
Howard Allen, carpenter, 127 Auburn 
Howard Amelia C, hairdresser, house 28 

Tremont [way, b. 84 Winsor 

Howard Augustus J., teamster, 139 Broad- 
Howard A. J., lumper, 139 Broadway, rms. 

52 Columbia [Broadway, h. 84 Winsor 
Howard Charles W., key-finisher, 139 
Howard Elizabeth D., widow of R. L., h. 

Foxcroft, corner Avon Hill 
Howard Frank H., boards 95 Gore 
Howard Gabriel, laborer, house Garden-st. 

place, rear 37 Garden 
Howard George C, house 826 Main 

HOWARD GEORGE II., book- 
keeper, 203 Bridge, house 38 Fifth 
Howard Geo. W., wood-carver, b. 95 Gore 



Howard Harriet, widow of Thomas, house 

127 Auburn [364 Cambridge 

Howard James, eollar-make, 10 Arrow, h. 
Howard James, cutter New England Glass 

Co., house 364 Cambridge 
Howard Jas. J., varnisher (B.), b. 95 Gore 
Howard James Richard, laborer, boards 364 

Cambridge 
Howard John, butler, house 51 Amory 
Howard John, collar-maker, 10 Arrow, h. 

at Somerville [Press, h. 4 Grant 

Howard Julius D., compositor University 
Howard Mary, widow of Jas., h. 95 Gore 
Howard Peter M. Mrs., house 28 Tremont 
Howard Richard, safe-maker, 17 Main, h. 

at Boston [113 Third 

Howard Richard M., spring-bed maker, h. 
Howard Thomas F., cutter New England 

Glass Co., North 
Howard Tlios. M., night watchman 203 

Bridge, h. 4414 Camb. 
Howard Walter H., traveling salesman (B.) 

boards 13 Norton 
Howard Wm., head waiter Memorial Hall, 

h. 1 Simon s block, DeWolf 
Howard Wm. W., action maker 139 Broad- 

wav. rooms 52 Columbia 

HOWE ARCHIBALD I?I., lawyer 
(25 Congress, room 3, B.), bds. 60 

Shepard [Dickinson 

Howe Albert H., clerk C. D. Cobb, bds. 5 
Howe Alfred H., boots and shoes 557 Main, 

h. at Boston Highlands 
Howe Alice, wid. of Solomon H.. b. 5Dana 
Howe Avery F., bacon curer rear 414 Main, 

h. 35 William 
Howe A. P., Major General U. S. A., h. 14 

Concord Avenue [h. 5 Tenney 

Howe Benj., action mrker 162 Broadway, 
Howe Chas. T., clerk (19 Commercial, B.) 

b. 407 Broadway 
Howe Clara Miss, private school 2 Garden, 

boards 1 Oxford 
Howe Dan'l K., «.«arriage trimmer 442 Main, 

house 69 Sidney 
Howe David (Howe & Putney), bacon 

curer rear 365 Camb., h. 49 Erie 
Howe Edw. Frank, clerk (88 Court, B.), 

b. 285 Broadway 
Howe Edward F., bacon curer rear 414 

Main, house 33 Front 
Howe Elias, music (88 Court, B.), house 

285 Broadway 
Howe Estes. treas. Cambridge Gas Light 

Co. 424 Harvard, h. 1 Oxford 
Howe Francis M., book-keeper 12 Camb., 

house 80 Fourth 
Howe Frank M., architect (60 Devonshire, 

B.), house 7 Norris 
Howe Frederick C, grocer (19 Commercial, 

B.), boards 407 Broadway 
Howe Frederick F., book-keeper 386 Main, 

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Howe Jane, widow of John, h. 383 Main 
Howe John E., student H. U., b. 26 Inman 
Howe Josiah D., painter Mt. Auburn cem- 
etery, h. 8 Maynard Place 
Howe J. Lewis, book sawyer Riverside 

Press, h. 73 River 
Howe J. Murray, real estate (5 Court, B.), 

h. at Boston 
Howe Laforest D., teamster Howe & Put- 
ney, h. 86 Allston 
Howe Mary E. Miss,h. 2 Garden 
Howe Mary L., wid. of George W., house 
4 Centre 

HOWE MOSES <*., lawyer (47 
Court, room 11, B.), h. 137 North 

Avenue 
Howe Otis (Howe Spring Bed Co.), spring 

bed mnfr. 386 Main, h. 26 Inman 
Howe Sara R. Miss, h. 2 Garden 
Howe Spring Bed Co. (Otis Howe), spring 

bed mnfrs. 368 Main 
Howe Thos. J., pres. Wiscasset Brick and 

Pottery Co. (53 Lincoln, B.), h. 407 

Broadway [b. 55 Garden 

Howe Tracy, clerk (150 Devonshire, B.), 
Howe U. Tracy, h. oo Garden 
Howe Wm. Mrs., h. 5 Crescent 
Howe Wm., at 162 Broadway, h. at Medford 
Howe Wm., clergyman, h. 746 Main 
Howe Wm. E., traveling salesman (186 

Wash., room 7, B.), b. 4 Centre 
Howe Wm. F., drug clerk (3 Beacon, B.), 

house 19 Magazine 
Howe William H., clerk (88 Court, B.), 

house 223 Broadway, No. 4 
Howe Wm. H. H., janitor Felton and 

Tbaver Halls, b. Felton do. 

HOWE & PUTNEY (David Howe 
and Geo. Putney), bacon curers, r. 

365 Camb., order box (28 F. H. market, 

B.) 
Howell Henrietta L. Mrs., h. 127 North Av. 
Howes Benj. L., h. 334 Broadway 
Howes James F., express driver (21 F. H. 

market, B. ), h. 255 Broadway 
Howes John, carpenter, h. 10 Dinsmore Ct. 
Howes Lewis W., lawyer (33 School, room 

J.,B.), h. 48 Prospect 
Howes Ricbard T., fruit (12 Merchants 

Row, B.), house 97 Inman 
Howes Solomon, master mariner, boards 

334 Broa way [bia 

Howland Augustus N., lab., h. 133 Colum- 
Howland Caroline G., widow of Wm., h. 7 

Forest 
Howland Daniel 0., clerk Main, junction 

Wash., h. 3 Rogers brick block, Main 
Howland Darius, roofer (142 Charles, It.), 

h. 11 Sidney 
Howland F., hostler Cambridge R. Co., 

Baldwin Street stable 
Howland Geo., engineer, b. 440 North A v. 
Howland Hattie M. Miss, h. ] Avon Place 
Howland John, currier MullerBros. 



Howland Julius W., casket coverer, b. 

20 Brookline 
Howland R. M. Mrs., prop. Fresh Pond 

Hotel, Fresh Pond Lane, h. do. 
Howland S. S., h. Fresh P nd Hotel 
Howland Wm. Russell, law student H. IL, 

boards 7 Forest [Columbia 

Howland Wm. E., produce peddler, b. 114 
Howland Wm. O., clerk (85 Devonshire, 

B.), h. 229 Green 
Howland Wm. R. Mrs., h. 114 Columbia 
Howlett Clarence M., clerk 3 Hampshire, 

b. 6 Upton 
Howlett Enoch J., sexton First Universa.ist 

Church, house 6 Upton 
Howlett Eugene L., clerk (44 Winter, B.), 

boards 25 Columbia 
Howlett Geo, C, salesman (49 Broad, B.), 

house 25 Columbia 
Howlett George P., clerk (65 Chauncy, B.) 

boards 25 Columbia [Columbia 

Howlett Horace B., clerk 559 Main, b., 25 
Howlett Joseph P., house 25 Columbia 
Howlett Orrin D., piano tuner, boards 6 

Upton 
Howlett William C, piano regulator, bds. 

6 Upton 
Howley James J., cooper, bds. 52 Broadway 
Hoyle William, carpenter, bds. 5 Linden 
Hoyt Benj. J., bell hanger, 235£ Broad- 
way, h. do. 
Hoyt Benj. S., bds. 40 Sixth 
Hoyt Mary Mrs., h. 25 Wendell 
Hoyt Mary A., widow, h. 10 Chester 
Hoyt Mary A., wid. of George F., house 7 

Marvin place 
Hoyt, see Hoit [Auburn 

Hubbard Ann, widow of George, h. 64 Mt. 
Hubbard Appleton, constable, 4 Brattle, h. 

19 Mt. Auburn 
Hubbard Charles D., blueing mnfr., 64 

Fifth, h. 85 Thorndike 
Hubbard Charles J. , private secretary, H. 

U., bds. 45 Trowbridge 
Hubbard Frank L., clerk (24 Hawley, B.), 

bds. 8 Rockwell [69 Mt. Auburn 

Hubbard Frederic, G., clerk 908 Main, b. 
Hubbard Gardner G., h. 150 Brattle 
Hubbard Jennie M. Miss, dressmaker 69 

Mt. Auburn, h. do. [Mt. Auburn 

Hubbard John A., clerk, 908 Main, bds. 69 

Hubbard John H., apothecary, 468 Harvard, 

bds. 378 do. [9 Second 

Hubbard Lucy K., wid. of William M., h. , 

Hubbard Melville W., clerk Post-office, 

B.),h. 8 Rockwell [Fayerweather 

Hubbard Miles W., valet, Arthur A. Cary, 

Hubbard Patrick, laborer, 126 Portland, h. 

15 Willow [Mt. Auburn 

Hubbard Phineas, clerk 3 Brattle, bds. 69 

Hubbard Phineas, bookkeeper, (143 Tr<.- 

mont, B.), h. 1 Richdale av 
Hubbard Sanford B., sub. master Putnam 
Grammar School and principal Gore 
Primary school, h. 7 Upton 



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Hubbard Wm. II., shipping clerk, 81 Elm, 

h. 29 do. [ket, B.), h. 55 Fifth 

Hubbard Wm. II., teamster (49 Soutli Mar- 

Hubbard Willie E., bottler 64 Fifth, bds. 85 

Thorndike 
Hubel Christine Mrs., bds. 116 Harvard 
Hubley Edgar II , carpenter, boards 49 

Hamilton 
Huddy Ann Mrs., h. 4 Pioneer av. 
Hudlin Peter J., mason, bds. 7 Elmer 
Hudson Annie M., clerk Probate Court, 
Third, bds. 75 Otis TWinsor 

Hudson Charles S., music cutter, bds. 36 
Hudson E.Frances, bookkeeper (198 Wash- 
ington, B.), btls. 75 Otis 
Hudson George, cabinetmaker, h. 53 Amory 
Hudson Henry N., Rev., h. 33(5 Harvard 
Hudson lleuben P., dentist (120 Tremon 

B.), h. 82 Inman 
Hudson Robert J., clerk, (12 Blackstone 

Market, B., bds. 22 Elm 
Hudson Sophia II., Mrs., b. 23 Essex 

HUDSON T. HENRY, house 
75 Otis 
Hudson Thomas S. Mrs., h. 75 Otis 
Hudson William J., laborer, h. 20 Brown 
Huebel Ernest C, shoemaker, 43 Market, 
house do. [Otis 

Huff Charles II., ins. collector (B.), bds.95 
Huff George, laborer, 203 Bridge, h. 50 

Sidney 
Huff Henrietta widow, h. 95 Otis 
Huff John B., mason, h. 68 Winter 
Huff Wilbur S., bookkeeper, 4-4 Cambridge, 
h. 95 Otis [169 Norfolk 

Hngelman John baker, 412 Cambridge, bds. 
Huger Elizabeth P. Miss, teacher Kinder- 
garten school, 69 Brattle, bds. 54 Con- 
cord avenue [Worcester 
Hughes Alfred E., (29 India B,), h. 20 
Hughes Alfred J., trunk maker, bds. 14 
Suffolk [Pearl 
Hughes Edward J., clerk 607 Main, h. 106 
Hughes Emily A. Miss, breadstore 131 
Winsor, h. 14 Suffolk [win ct. 
Hughes G orge F., coachman, h. 4 Bald- 
Hughes (Jeorge II., painter, 101 Green, li. 
at Somerville [at Somerville 
Hughes George W., painter, 101 Green, b. 
Hughes Henry, carpenter, 113 Broadway, 

bds. at Boston 
Hughes dailies, at 17 Main [Green 

Hughes James E., 162 Broadway, h. 95 
Hughes Joh . section man B. &. L. Ii. P., 

bds. 48 Winter 
Hughes John, laborer, h. 392£ Cambridge 
Hughes John valve maker (97 Oliver B.). 

h. 32 Amory 
Hughes John A., laborer, bds. 12 Jackson 
Hughes Lawrence, painter, 16 Boylston, 
rooms i;:).', Mt. Auburn [Jackson 

Hughes Margaret widow of John, h. 12 
Hughes Michael, laborer, Cambridge Cem- 
etery, h. 9 Maynard place 



Hughes Patrick J., restaurant, 10 Broad- 
way, house do. [way 
Hughes Patrick, jr., laborer, bds 10 Broad- 
Hughes Philip, gateman, B. &. L. P. R. &. 

M. C. P. P., North av., h. 2 George 
Hughes Thomas, cigar maker 515 Main, 

bds. 56 Waverly 
Hughes Thos.. painter, bds. 69£ Mt. Auburn 
Hughes Wm., elk., 10 Broadway, bds. do. 
Hughes William, lumper, 162 Broadway, 

house 4 Rockwell Columbia 

Hugup James, paper hanger, bds. 58 
Hulbert George, cutter (350 Washington, 

B.), house 44 Hamilton 
Hull James H., tin peddler, b. 112 Winsor 
Hull Joseph, tin peddler, house 111 Winsor 
Hull Thomas, clerk, 387 Cambridge, house 

112 Winsor [av.. h. 26 do. 

Hulloran David, at Niles Bros., off Concord 
Hulme Abbv M., widow of James M., house 

201 North av. [B.), bds. 201 North av. 
Hulme Louise Miss, bookkeeper (23 Avon, 
Hulme Maria Mrs., house 201 North avenue 
Humans Wm., electrician, house 11 Pogers 

block, Main [house 198 Green 

Humbert Samuel B., piano maker, 73 Main, 
Hume Manson, conductor Cambridge R. 

Co., h. r. 202 Green 
Humiston Alice E. Miss, bds. 19 Shepard 
Humiston Frederick P., bookkeeper (B.), 

house 19 Shepard 
Humphrey Charles S., clerk (107 Federal, 

B.), h. brick block, foot Frost 
Humphrey David, flour (214 State, B.), h. 

811 Main [h. 23 Maple av. 

Humphrey David Jr., flour (214 State, B.), 
Humphrey Henry B., machinist (183 High, 

B.), bds 181 Main [bds. 30 Worcester 
Humphrey Henry L., receiving clerk (B.), 
Humphrey James, printer (218 Franklin, 

B.), house 26 Banks [square 

Humphrey John, carpenter, bds. 6 Harvard 
Humphrey John W. Jr., painter, h. 25 

Sidney [158 Pleasant 

Humphrey Orra H., clerk (P. O., B.), h. 
Humphrey Robert, tin peddler, h. 20 Carson 
Humphrey Seth T., house 181 Main 
Humphrey Thomas, house 137 Oxford 
Humphrey AValter 1)., student Ep. Theo. 

School, bds. Lawrence Hall 
Humphrey Wm., cooper, bds. 20 Carson 
Humphrey Wm., waiter Memorial Hall, 

rooms 10 Berkshire pi. [Mt. Auburn 
Humphreys Sophia, widow of John. h. 104 
Humphreys Wm. A., waiter Memorial Hall 
Humphries Wm. W., laborer John Rear- 
don & Sons, house 4 Allston 
Ilunnewell Anna D., widow of Otis, bds. 

51 Esse [h. 6 Ash-st. pi. 

Hunnewell Caroline, widow of James A., 
Ilunnewell Charles II., real estate, 448 

Harvard, and janitor Washington and 

Holmes schools, h. 134 Mt. Auburn 



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Hunnewell Chas. H. M., plummer, 12 Brat- 
tle, bds. 134 Mt. Auburn 

Hunnewell Frank M., carriage painter, 10 
Brattle, bds. G Ash-st. place 

Hunnewell Franklin, paper hanger, 14 
Church, house 17 Hilliard 

Hunnewell James W., papers, confection- 
ery, etc., 228 North av., h. G Orchard 

Hunnewell Ruth, widow of Charles, house 
79 Brattle 

Hunnewell Wm., janitor Thorndike and 
Otis schools, house 13G Thorndike 

Hunnewell Win. A. (Wm. A. Hunnewell & 
Co.), coal and wood, 84 Bridge, house 
at Somerville 

HUNNEWELL. W1?I. A. & CO. 
(Wm. A. Hunnewell and David 

Proudfoot), coal and wood, 84 Bridge 

and (79 State, B.) 
Hunselmann Joseph, roll make American 

Rubber Co. [Worcester 

Hunson Frank H., upholsterer, bds. 20 
Hunson George L., fireman (E. R. R., B.), 

bds. 20 Worcester [Worcester 

Hunson Lucinda A., widow of Henry, h. 20 
Hunson Stephen C, carpenter, house 209 

Franklin [209 Franklin 

Hunson Stephen C. Mrs., dressmaker, h. 
Hunson W. H., roller maker, 3G8 Main 
Hunt Alfred H., clerk (24 Broad, B.), bds. 

32 Bigelow 
Hunt Benj. F. Jr. (II. Partridge & Co., 

Hanover, B.), bouse 113 North av, 
Hunt Catherine II., widow, h. 7 Holyoke pi. 
Hunt David, machinist. 502 Main 
Hunt David W., machinist, h. 30 Sidney 
Hunt Edgar F. (Edgar F. Hunt & Co.), 

booksellers and stationers, 575 Main, 

house 5 Clinton 

HUNT EDGAR F. & CO. (Edgar 
F. Hunt), booksellers and stationers, 
575 Main [h. at Maiden 

Hunt Elijah, cabinet maker, 44 Cambridge, 
Hunt Elizabeth T., widow of Freeman, 
house 37 Second [mar school 

Hunt Ellen J. Miss, teacher Shepard gram- 
Hunt Freeman, lawyer (B.), bds. 37 Second 
Hunt Lucius 1)., engineer (104 W. Brook- 
line, B.), house 255 Broadway 
Hunt Rebecca T.. widow, house 7 Mellen 

HUNT SAJIUEL F., undertaker 
and janitor of High school, h. 32 

Bigelow [cor. Harvey 

Hunt William, laborer, house Montgomery, 
Hunt Wm. 1)., supt. American Rubber Co., 

Potter, house at Boston 
Hunt Wm. II.. salesman (31 Federal, B.), 

house 67 Ellery [bds. G7 Ellery 

Hunt William II. Jr., traveling salesman, 
Hunter Clarence, carpenter, b. 5 Kustis ct. 
Hunter Harriet, wid. of Jas., h. GO Winter 
Hunter H., driver Cambridge R. Co. 
Hunter John, upholsterer, bds. 1 State 



Hunter Reuben T., machinist (Everett), 
bds. 60 Winter [27 Harvard 

Hunter Robert A., blacksmith, 92 Main, h. 
Hunter Sarah, widow of John, h. r. 15 
Hollis [bds. 60 Winter 

Hunter Wm. H., engraver N. E. Glass Co., 
Hunting Annie, wid., bds. 11 Ellsworth av. 
Hunting Charles H. L., crayon artist, house 
27 Jay [h. 22 Wendell 

Hunting C. Frank, clerk (105 Bedford, B.), 
Hunting Sarah A. Mrs., bds., GG Inman 
Huntington Alice Miss, artist, Palmer, cor. 
Brattle 

watches, etc., 9 Har 
55 North avenue 
M. W.. assistant in 
, boards 25 Quincy 
house 150 Prospect 

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Huntington Oliver 
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Huntress Edward T.. 
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Greenough & Co.), compiler, printer 
and publisher Cambridge City Direct- 
ory (5 Harvard square, Main and 31 
Milk, Boston), house 8 Greenough av. 
Hunzalman Joseph, laborer, h. G4 Harvard 
Huot Luger, safe-maker, 17 Main, house 4 !r 

Broadway 
Hurch Christopher, house 12G Oxford 
Hurd Alfred D., clerk Riverside Press, h. 

at Boston 
Hurd Amos D., house r. Palmer, n. Brattle 
Hurd Edward A., carriage-painter, house r. 

5 Russell 

Hurd E., watchman Cambridge Railway 

Co. stable, River, h. Bay, cor. Kinnaird 

Hurd George H. Mrs., widow, house 112 

Magazine [Inman 

Hurd George P., student H. U. boards 3 

Hurd George W., boards GG1 Main 

Hurd James D., at Houghton, Mifflin & 

Co.'s, Riverside Press, house at New- 

tonville [h. do. 

Hurd Mary A. Mrs., restaurant, 559 Main, 

Hurd Theodore C, clerk of courts, Court 

House, Third, house 3 Inman 
Hurlbut Clara, widow of William R., house 
425 Broadway [h. 18 Dunster 

Hurlbut J. George, driver Cambridge R. Co., 
Hurlbut William S., dry-goods (20 Hano- 
ver. Bostonj, boards 425 Broadway 
Hurley Daniel, cooper, house 9 Fifth 
Hurley Daniel, waiter (Tremont House, 

Boston), h use rear 427 Cambridge 
Hurley Daniel, laborer, house 11 Short 
Hurley Daniel, laborer, house 9 Fifth 
Hurley Daniel F., clerk, 34 Cambridge. 1). 
8 Lechmere plac'e [mere ] la :e 

Hurley James, glass-maker, boards 8 Lech- 
Hurley James Mrs., house 10 Green 
Hurley James, boards 10 Green 
Hurley Jas., teamster, 1G9 Gore, h. G3 do. 
Hurley Jeremiah, currier at Fischer's, Tan- 
nery, house Reed 
Hurley Jeremiah, waiter (Tremont House, 
Boston), house rear 14G Spring 



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Hurley Jeremiah, machinist, 17 Main, house 

at Boston [196 Norfolk 

Hurley John, shade-painter, 15 Blanche, b. 
Hurley J. F., 162 Broadway, h. at Boston 
Hurley Margaret, widow of Florence, house 

8 Lechmere place 
Hurley Maurice, farmer, house 19-4 Dublin 
Hurley Michael, carpenter, h. 212 Columbia 
Hurley Patrick, laborer, house 6 Fourth 
Hurley Patrick, teamster, 17 East, boards 8 

Lechmere place 
Hurley T. Joseph, clerk, 185 Bridge, boards 

10 Third [126 Spring 

Hurley Thomas J., carpenter, 17 Main, h. 
Hurley Timothy, teamster, 69 Main, house 

Jefferson 
Hurlihy Daniel, cooper, boards 30 Warren 
Hurlihy John, stone-cutter, house 39 Union 
Hurlihy Timothy, laborer, house 30 Warren 
Hurly Timothy, laborer, house 194 Dublin 
Hurrell Edwin J., mason and crockery, etc., 

. 489 Main, house 31 Kinnaird 
Hursh Christopher S., brick dealer, house 

19 Beech [Harvey, n. Clifton 

Hurst Peter, currier (Somerville), house 

HURST WIL.L.IAUI S., treasurer 
Cambridge Coal Co., 168 Main, house 

25 Ellery [ington, B.), b. 738 Main 
Hurter William F., salesman (518 Wash- 
Husse John, helper 72 Main 
Hussey Clara, widow of Joshua, h. 24 East 
Hussey Eliza M. Miss, teacher Putnam 

grammar school, hoards 342 Broadway 
Hussey Frank E., machinist, 17 Main, bds. 

at Boston 
Hussey John, teamster, house 24 East 
Hussey Ruel W., painter, 560 Main, boards 

21 Putnam avenue 
Huston Alfred, hostler Cambridge Railway 

Co., 201 Main, house 23 Brewery 
Hutchins Hiram, machinist, 29 Main, house 

9 Broadway 
Hutchins John, moulder, boards 166 Main 
Hu f ehins John M., teamster, h. 184 Camb. 
Hutchins Lizzie H, telegraph-operator, 625 

Main, rooms 59 Pearl 
Hutchins Nellie A. Miss, teacher Shepard 

grammar school, boards 6 White 
Hutchins Oscar B., teacher (608 Washing- 
ton, Boston), house 29 Norfolk 
Hutchins Samuel, house 12 Ash-street place 
Hutcl ins William, house 6 White 
Hutchins William Mrs., florist, White, cor. 

Somerville avenue, house 6 White 
Hutchins William E., lawyer (65 Sears 

building, Boston), boards 6 White 
Hutchinson Albert E., carpenter, 547 Main, 

house at Boston 
Hutchinson Catherine, widow, house 10 Jay 
Hutchinson Charles E., collar-maker, 10 

Arrow, house at Somerville 
Hutchinson Charles W., casting-weigher. 92 

Main, h. 92 Winsor [h. 40 Cherry 

Hutchinson Edward E. (71 Kingston, B.), 



Hutchinson Edwin W., foreman, 220 Port- 
land, bds. 152 Prospect 

Hntchinson George A., teamster, 220 Port- 
land, house 152 Pro pect 

Hutchinson Granville D., carpenter, house 
8 Gerry 

Hutchinson Hiram N. (Ctis S. Brown & 
Co.), flour, etc., Ill Bridge, house at 
Bedford 

Hutchinson Iva B., machinist (B.), bds. 92 
Winsor [Hancock pi. 

Hutchinson Jas. florist (193 Tremont, B) h 3 

Hutchinson James, tinman, 502 Main, house 
3 Moore 

Hutchinson James B., janitor Lawrence 
Scientific School, house 20 Mason 

Hutchinson Johanna, widow, h. 13 Cherry 

Hutchinson John J., carpenter, house 42 
Second 

HUTCHINSON J. FRED, mes- 
senger National Revere Bank (100 
Franklin, B.), bds. 20 Mason 
Hutchinson Lizzie G., teacher Thorndike 

grammar school, bds. 131 Otis 
Hutchinson Lizzie S., widow of Eugene O. 

house 658 Main 
Hutchinson M. T. Mrs., house 111 Tremont 
Hutchinson Nathan, foreman of moulding 

department, 162 Broadway, house 40 

Cherry 
Hutchinson Nellie I., Principal teacher 

Kindergarten school, house 10 Jay 
Hutchinson Rilla Mrs., house 96 Tremont 
Hutchinson Thomas, clerk, 157 Bridge, h. 

131 Otis 
Hutchinson Peter J., letter collector (P. (). 

Boston), house 10 Essex 
Hutchinson William, driver Cambridge R. 

Co., house rear 15 Eliot 

Hutchinson tinsmith, 502 Main 

Huxon Jacob, polisher, house 80 Spring 
Hyatt Alpheus, professor at Institute of 

Technology (Berkeley, c. Boylston, B) 

house 7 Avon [Main 

Hyatt James, carpenter, h. 2 Rogers block, 
Hyde Amos S., machinist, 29 Main, house 

9 Broadway 
Hyde Dana W. (Dana W. Hyde & Co.), 

dry goods, etc.. 60!) Main, h. 736 do. 
YDE DANA W. & CO., Dana 
W. Hyde), dry goods, 4 Hyde's blk. 
609 Main 
Hyde Edward, treas. Cambridgeport Sav- 
ings Bank, 635 Main, house (581 do. 
Hyde Elizabeth Miss, dressmaker, house r. 

39 Brattle 
Hyde Geo. W., trav. salesman, h 32 Mellen 
Hyde Isaac, carpenter, house 34 Mellen 
Hyde John, lab., house 44 Vine 
Hyde John, lab. (B. & M. R. R., B.), house 

60 North 
Hyde Katie Miss, press feeder, University 

Press, house r. 39 Brattle 



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Hyde Lizzie M. Miss, dressmaker house r. 

39 Brattle 
Hyde Michael, lab., house 15 Carson 
Hyde Wm. Rev., student Epis. Theological 

School, Brattle 
Hyer William H., bookbinder, 418 Harvard 

house 115 Western avenue 
Hyland Dennis, slater (142 Charles, B.), 

boards 125 Spring 
Hyland James E., inspector N. E. T. & T. 

Co., 023 Main, house at Everett 
Hyland Morris, stone cutter, b. Ross House 
Hynes Thomas M., cabinet iraker (Utica, 

B.), house 14 Upton 
Hyslop Robert, safemaker, 16 Main, house 

3 Brown', block, Third 

IGO JAMES, iceman, house r. 46 Mont- 
gomery 

Igo John, saloon, 366 North av., house do. 

Illingworth Edward M. , telepohne inspector 
bds. 8 Lawrence 

Illingworth John W., telephone inspector 
(B.), boards 8 Lawrence 

Illingworth John W., machinist house 8 
Lawrence 

Ilsley Charles P., house 11 Summer 

Imery Thomas, gilder, bds 32 Western ave. 

Ingalls Chas. E., bookkeeper, b 124 Austin 

Ingalls Charles W., livery stable (Somer- 
ville), house Elm, c. Russell 

Ingalls Charlotte Mrs., dressmaker and in- 
telligence office, 51) River, house do. 

Ingalls Edward B., iano tuner and cane 
seating, house 59 River 

Ingalls Frank E. (B.), house 9 Avon 

Ingalls Honry B., variety store and periodi- 
cals, 249^ Broadway, house do. 

Ingalls John D., plumber and pump maker 
187 Harvard, house 107 Norfolk 

Ingalls John E., clerk, b. 107 Norfolk 

Ingalls Josiab H., music teacher and piano 
tuner, 603 Main, house 257 Pearl 

Ingalls Newton S., case maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 164 Putnam avenue 

Ingalls Ruth E., widow of Joseph C, house 
7 Avon 

Ingalls William T. , pump maker, 187 Har- 
vard, boards 44 Austin 

Ingersoll Lewis, lab., house Seventh, cor. 
Cambridge 

Inglis John A., machinist, h. 88 Wash. 

Ingols M. R. Miss, principal Young Ladies' 
school, 16 Berkeley, bds 34 Kirkland 

Ingraham A. Estelle Miss, teacher Shepard 
Grammar school 

Ingraham Jane, widow of John, h 20 South 

Ingraham Tamesin B., widow of Lemuel, 
house 164 Brattle 

Ingraham Thomas R., teamster, house 23 
Brewery 

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Imnan Thomas, bakery, 128 Inman 

Somerville 
Innes Brunswick S., ivory turner, 

Broadway, h. at Chelsea 
Institute Half, 107 Camb. 
International Lard and Oil Refining Co., 

mnfrs., Vergne's electrized oil, Binney 

Field, r. Camb., C. B. De La Vergne, 

pres., H. L. James, treas. 
Ireland Angie L. Miss, dressmaker, 652 

Main, h. do. [Austin 

Ireland Geo. W., clerk, 473 Main, h. 15 
Ireland Oscar W. jr., clerk, 473 Main, h. 

119 W shington 
Ireland Sheldon C, piano hammer coverer, 

330 Main, h. 33 Front 
Ire5on Adeline M. Miss, teacher Washing- 
ton grammar school, b. 13 Wallace 
Irish William R., carpenter, h. 11 Suffolk 
Irish W. L., driver Camb. R. Co. 
Irvin Lucy, widow, h. 22 Charles River 
Irvine E. W., wid. of John, h. 213 North 

avenne 
Irvine Geo. W., cabinet maker, 113 Broad- 
way, h. 213 North avenue 
Irvine Henry E., treas. Am. Electric and 

Illuminating Co. (197 Congress, B.), 

h. 5 Day [10 Laurel 

Irvine John E., printer Riverside Press, h. 
Irvine Wm. R., sash and blind maker (21 

Wareham, B.), h. 213 North avenue 
Irving Edward, peddler, h. 120 Elm 
Irvine Geo. W., carpenter, h. 213 No. ave. 
Irving James, peddler, h. 104 Tremont 
Irving Wm., pedler, b. 104 Tremont 
Irving William, teamster, 162 Broadway, 

h. Bristol, n. Webster ave. [av. 

Irving William J., baker, h. 58 Lake View 
Irwin Isabel Miss, rms. 47 Austin 
Irwin J., hostler eighth st. stable, Camb. 

R. Co. [23 Mill 

Irwin James W., upholsterer, 23 Brattle, h. 
Irwin John H., driver, b. 52 Elm 
Irwin John, machinist, 92 Main [Spring 
Irwin Thomas H., upholsterer, house 52 
Irwin William, bootmaker Amer. Rub. Co. 
Isaacs John F., packer, b. 22 Howard 
Isaac Thomas, tailor (49 Temple pi., B.), 

h. 22 Howard 
Isaacs Harry, cigar maker, h. 54 Spring 
Isaacs Henry, cigar maker, h. Ill Pleasant 
Isaacs John, laborer, 91 Broadway, h. 19 

Harvard 
Isaacs Solomon, cigar maker, h. 10 Green 
Isaacson Brunt T., laborer, h. 37 Willow 
Ischer Edward, wood carver, h. 214 Camb. 
Isham Lock Co., lock mnfrs., Oliver E. 

Pillard, supt., 17 Main 
Ilsley J. A., manager LOVELL MNFG. 

CO. (limited) (28 Kneeland, B,), bds. 

5 Derne, B.) 
Ivers Francis (F. Ivers & Son), carriage 

mnfr., 176 North av.,h. Mt. Vernon, n. 

North av. 



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mnfr. , 17G North av., bds. Mt. Vernon, 

n. North av. 
Ivers F. & Son (Francis and Frank H. 

Ivers). carriage mnfrs., 176 North av. 
Ivers Patrick, gardener, h. 6 Emmons pi- 
Ivers Warren (Ivers & Tucker), carriage 

mnfr., Church, opp. Palmer, bds. 27 

Trowbridge 
Ivers Wa.ren Mrs., millinery and worsteds, 

446 Harvard, b. 27 Trowbridge 
Ivers William H., supt. Ivers and Pond 

Piano Co., 20 Albany, and (597 Wash- 
ington, B.), h. at Dedham 
Ivers & Pond Piano Co., piano mnfrs., 20 

Albany, and (597 Washington, B.), J. 

N. Thompson, pres.. G. A. Gibson, 

treas., W. H. Ivers. supt. 

IVERS & TUCREJt (Warren Ivers 
and Eben Tucker), carriage mnfrs., 
Church, opp. Palmer 
Ivory Michael, liquors (Western av., B.), 
h. 2 Riverside pi. 

JACINTO MANUEL, at Revere Sugar 
Refinery, h. 19 Third 

Jack Robert, hjrse-shoer, 9 Church, b. 44 
Boylston [sium, rms. 38 Pine 

Jackson Alex., rubber, Harvard Gymna- 

Jackson Anson H., bookbinder Riverside 
Pre s, h. 17 Rockwell 

Jackson Benjamin 1)., hairdresser (State 
House, B.), h. 96 Putnam av. 

Jackson Charles B., city laborer, h. r. 55 
Amory 

Jackson Charles H,, metal pattern maker 
(So. Boston), h. 22 Union 

Jackson David, candy maker, 243 Broadway 

Jackson Elijah A., laborer, h. 45 Hastings 

Jackson Enoch S., hairdresser, 25 River, 
h. 5 West 

Jackson E., feeder, Camb. It. Co,, Bald- 
win st. stable 

Jackson Oilman D., fish (64 Anderson, B.), 
h. 58 Western av. 

Jackson Harriet E. Mrs.,ladies'hairdresser. 
96 Putnam av., h. do. 

Jackson John (Custom House, B.), h. 10 
Eighth [10 Eighth 

Jackson John A., core maker. 368 Main. b. 

Jackson John It. , laborer, h. Binney Field, 
r. Cambridge 

Jackson John It., porter (17 Beacon, B.), 
h. 90 Washington 

Jackson Lucy S., widow, h. 60 Magazine 

Jackson Martha Mrs., h. 37 Hastings 

Jackson Patrick jr., cotton buyer (178 
Devonshire, B.), h. 17 Follen 

Jackson Richard, hostler Camb. R. Co., 
No. ave. stable, h. Harvey, c. Mont- 
gomery 

Jackson Walter A., clerk 621 Main, b. 32 
Western ave. 

Jackson William H., tailor (r. 347 Wash- 
ington, B.), h. 6 Eaton 



Jackson Wm. H., waiter, h. 82 Harvard 
Jacobs Abner, tinsmith, 12 Brattle, h. 69£ 

Mt. Auburn [h. 19 Pleasant 

Jacobs Bela F.. attorney-at-law, 658 Main, 
Jacobs Betsey L., widow of Franklin, h. 

33 Essex [Press, h. 3 Jay 

Jacobs Charles C, bookbinder Riverside 
Jacobs Daniel D., furniture finisher, h. 5 

Rogers block basement, Main 
Jacobs George A., at 162 Broadway, h. 

Rogers block, Main 
Jacobs George A.,varnisher Mason & Ham- 
lin, b. 5 Rogers block basement. Main 
Jackson George F., waiter Memorial Hall, 

rooms (25 Joy, B.) 
Jacobs Hannah C, variety store, basement 

5 Rogers block. Main, h. do. 

JACOBS JUSTIN A., city clerk, 
office City Hall, h. 149 Austin 

Jacobs Robert, blacksmith, b. 44 Boylston 

Jacobs Sarah S. Miss, member school com- 
mittee, h. 19 Pleasant 

Jacobsen Hagan, fly finisher 162 Broadway, 
h. 107 Winsor 

Jacobsen Martin, fly finisher 162 Broadway, 
beards 60 Webster Avenue 

Jacobson Andrew F., carriage trimmer 
(245 Charles, B.), h. 65 Columbia 

Jacol son John G. . shipper (B.), h. 3 Rogers 
brick block. Main 

Jacobson Wm., engineer 8£ Putnam Ave. 

Jacoby Isaac, hairdresser 420 Harvard, h. 
at Somerville [782 Main 

Jacoby Leopold, teacher of Languages, b. 

Jacobson Charlotte Mrs., dressmaker, h. 
Waverly, East Fort Washington 

Jacques Rufus. pattern maker, b. 6 Tufts 

Jaeger Christopher, b. 4 Mullin's Ct. 

Jagerstan John F. W., engineer, house 8k 
Avenue 

James Anna S. Miss, h. 2 Norfolk 

James Cbas., grocer 543 Main, h. 44 Pearl 

James Charles, janitor (27 Sudbury, B.), 
h. 1 Village [lage, h. do. 

James Cordelia E. Mrs., dressmaker 1 Vil- 

James EdV. B., lumber (13 Kilby, B.), h. 
88 Like View A v. 

James Henry, switchman Cambridge Rail- 
road Co., house 53 Mt. Auburn 

James Isabella, widow of Thos. P., house 
96 Brattle 

JAMES JOHN K., plumber 5 Brat- 
tle, house 65 Ellery 
James John W., painter h. 2 Cogswell PI. 
James Robinson, art student, boards 2 Div- 

inty Avenue 
James Samuel, house 2 Xorolk 
James Sarah A., widow, house 6 Clark 
James Wm.. asst. professor of Philosophy 
H. U.. h. 15 Appian way 

JAMES WM. A., clerk and messen- 
ger Xath'l City Bank 553 Main, b. 2 
Norfolk 
James Wm. J., student Episcopal Theolog- 
ical School, boards Lawrence Hall 



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Jameson Edwin A. L., bonnet and hat Jellison Wm., steam fitter, h. 50 Pine 



frames (20 Chauncy, B.), house 4 Mt. 

Vernon 
James H. L., treasurer Int. Lard and Oil 

Refining Co., Binney Field, Cambridge 

and Portland 
Jameson Jeremiah D., lab., b. 4 Allston 
Jameson Nelson, teamster 221 Bridge, h. 

at Somerville 
Jameson Thos. E., student, boards E. A. L. 

Jameson's. Bit Vernon 
Jameson Winthrop M., bonnet frame mnfr. 

(20 Chauncy, B.), b. E. A. L. Jame- 
son's. Mt. Vernon [Florence 
Jamison John P., machine carving, h. 8 
Jandreau Mary R.. widow of Frank, house 

Walden. near Vassal Lane 
Jandreau Michael, brickmaker, b. 83 Spruce 
Janes John, at 162 Broadway, house 59 

Pleasant 
Janifer Geo. Cornelius, watchman Baldwin 

Street stable Camb. R. Co., house 22 

Charles River [Fourth 

Jannard Joseph, cabinet maker, h. 116 
Jannard M. F., electrician (B.), h. 35 Vine 
Jannard Matthias, cabinet maker, h. 106 

Fourth [Plympton 

Jansson Clias. A., piano maker, house 6 
Jaques Daniel, watchmaker 593 Main, b. 

at Boston 
Jaques Fred W., clerk Bay State Brick Co. 

house at Somerville 
Jaqges M. Jane Miss, h. 25 Church 
Jaques Rufus, pattern maker (B.), boards 

6 Tufts [Boston 

Jaques Silas, pattern maker 29 Main, b. at 
Jaques Win., supt. Bay State Brick Co., 

rear 12-1 Spruce, h. at Somerville 
Jarman Anna, widow of James, boards 

45 Hastings [Auburn 

Jarvis Amos B. , at Riverside Press, h. 112 
Jasper Chas. B., plumber 169 Gore, h. 15 

Eighth 
Jasper Gustavus A. (G. A. Jasper & Co.), 

77 Main, house at Boston 
Jasper G. A. & Co. (Gustavus A. Jasper 

and Alfred B. Hall), svrup mnfrs. 77 

Main, office (144 State", B.) 
Jayes Chas., butcher Jackson, house Clif- 
ton, near Spruce 
Jayes Damien, lab., h. Clifton, n. Spruce 
Jayes Joseph, brick maker, h. 25 Reed 
Jeffers Richard K. , carpenter, h. 72 Wright 
Jefferson James, sawver 139 Broadwav and 

fireman S. F. E. Co. 1, house 121 Mt. 

Auburn 
Jefferson John Jr., hostler, h. 15 Sparks 
Jefferson Margaret, widow of John, h. r. 

18 Sparks 
Jefferson Nicholas, lab., b. rear 18 Sparks 
Jefferson Tavlor R., porter (N. Y. & N. E. 

R. R.), h. 7 Elmer 
Jeffrey Wm., paper box maker 16 Davis, 

house 218 Broadwav 



Jelly Arthur, salesman (B.), b. 26 Sixth 
Jelly Emeline Mrs., nurse, h. 26 Sixth 
Jenkins Andrew C, hostler Camb. R. Co. 

stable 201 Main. h. 2 Deacon 
| Jenkins Chas., salesman (B.), boards 197 

Harvard 
Jenkins Chas. E., broom maker 412 Main, 
boards 20 Suffolk [b. 2 Deacon 

Jenkins Elizabeth E.. wid. of Andrew G., 
Jenkins Peter, lab., h. 27 Washington 
Jenkins Thomas, teamster 168 Main, h. 23 

Brewery 
Jenkins Wm. H. H., waiter Memorial Hall, 

house 9 Baldwin Court 

Jenness Arthur W.. lather, h. 36 Tremont 

Jenness Austin T. (Austin T. Jenness & 

Co.), express Riverside and University 

presses, h. 861 Main 

Jenness Catharine Mrs., h. Holworthy, 

near Belmont [91 Tremont 

Jenness Chas. M., clerk (Somerville), b. 

Jenness Geo. L., sorter 107 Winsor, b. 26 

Tremont [Hampshire 

Jenness Harry E. Mrs., seamstress, b. 187 

Jenness Margaret J., widow of Wm. H., 

house 105 Elm [Tremont 

Jenness Margaret L., widow of John, h. 91 

i Jenness Xathanial, conductor Camb. R. Co. 

b. Mrs. Catharine Jenness', Holworthy 

Jenness Samuel W.. lather, h. 36 Tremont 

Jenness Austin T. & C^. (Austin T. Jenness 

and Cheney Green), express Riverside 

and University Presses (34 Court sq., 

Boston) 

Jenning George F. , painter, bds. 64 Prospect 

Jennings Abbie G., widow of Dr. Joseph H., 

house 13 Green [17 Maple av. 

Jennings Charles H., clerk (Boston), bds. 

Jennings Chas. T., driver, b. 54 Brookline 

Jennings Henry L. D.. clerk D. W. Lewis, 

Harvard, house 20 Elm 
Jennings H. A. Miss, house 64 Prospect 
Jennings James, laborer John Reardon & 
Sons, house 214 Pearl [do. 

Jennings John, kerosene oil, 23 Fifth, h. 
Jennings John, Jr., brick-layer, h. 23 Fifth 
Jennings Joseph J., book-keeper, boards 
214 Pearl [9 Forest 

Jennings Kate S., widow of James R., h. 
Jenning: Levi, clerk, 150 Broadway 
Jennings Mary, widow of Jas., h. 35 Harvey 
Jennings Mary E., teacher Boardman pri- 
mary school, boards 21 Antrim , 
Jennings Michael E., confectioner, 2S2 

Broadway, boards 147 Columbia 

Jennings Patrick, currier, house Clay. 2d 

from Harvey [Forest 

Jennings Sidney J., student H. U., boards 9 

Jennings Stephen, merchant (22 Custom 

House. B >ston), h. 17 Maple avenue 
Jennings Thomas W., mason, house 5-t 
Brookline [Broadway 

Jennison James Mrs., widow, house 467 



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Jerauld Albert A., clerk, 162 Broadway, h. 
at Charlestown 

Jesse Ezekiel, wood-worker, b. 83 Columbia 

Jesise Lottie R. Miss, dressmaker, and 
boarding-bouse, 83 Columbia, house do. 

Jessop John J., clerk (27 Tremont, B.), 
boards 25 Bigjlow 

Jessop Joseph H., confectioner (27 Tre- 
mont and 373 Washington, Boston), h. 
25 Bigelow [Pleasant pi. 

Jewell Ann, widow of Hosea, house 6 

Jewell Charlotte E. Miss, teacher Tarbell 
primary school, boards 6 Pleasant place 

Jewell Elizabeth F., widow of Gould, house 
14 Hamilton 

Jewell Frederick A., musician and music- 
teacher, house 18 Watson 

Jewell George, watchman, 139 Broadway, 
rooms 45 Winsor [Webster avenue 

Jewell Peter T.. hairdresser, house rear 96 

JEWELX, WILLIAM E., lawyer 
(82 Devonshire, room 17, Boston), h. 

5 Inman 
Jewell Win. E., Jr., student, bds. 39 Inman 
Jewett Annie M., widow of George W., h. 

60 Buckingham 
Jewett Dexter, janitor Stoughton, Hollis 

and Holworthy halls, H. U., house 10 

Church 
Jewett Elverton S., collection clerk, Na- 
tional Exchange Bank (28 State, B.), 

house 1 Hastings square 
Jewett Fred., wire-worker, b. 17 Hamilton 
Joel Samuel W., paintings, house 5 Watson 
Johanson August, cabinet-maker, 44 Camb., 

house at Boston [Camb. 

Johanson Charles, picture-frame maker, 44 
Johanson Charles R , picture-frames, 8 

Harvard square, house 5 Charles River 
Johanson Gustave, mill-hand, 203 Bridge 
Johanson John, case-maker, 162 Broadway, 

house 95 Norfolk 
Johanson Olaf, brass-finisher (48 Portland, 

Boston), house rear 172 Columbia 
Johanson Orrin A., cabinet-maker, house r. 

29 Winter 
Johanson Oscar, mason, boards 46 Fifth 
Johns William, peddler, house 50 Spruce 
Johnsen Charles, net-maker, bds. 84 Camb. 
Johnson Aaron, cabinet-maker, 44 Camb., 

house rear 29 Winter 
Johnson Adeline A., widow of William A., 

house 22 Winsor [h. 143 Camb. 

Johnson Alonzo F., clerk (Post-office, B.), 
Johnson Andrew, hostler Charles River St. 

Railway, boards rear 30 Hastings 
Johnson Andrew, at Hewes pottery, Cres- 
cent avenue 
Johnson Andrew (Andrew Johnson & Co.), 

carriage-maker, 133 Main, house 44 

Broadway [h. 34 Cherry 

Johnson Andrew A., safe-maker, 17 Main, 
Johnson Andrew & Co. (Andrew and Oscar 

A. Johnson) , carriage-builders, 133 Main 



Johnson Andriett Mrs., boards 5 Rogers 

block, Main 
Johnson Ann Miss, house 51 Hastings 
Johnson August J., engineer St. Mary's 

church, house 81 Elm 
Johnson A. Peter, machinist, boards 3 Rog- 
ers block, Brewery 
Johnson Axsol, safe-maker, 17 Main, boards 

5 Rogers block, Main 
Johnson Benjamin M., clerk (14 Union, 

Boston), boards 32 Norfolk 
Johnson Bertram C, laborer, boards 3 Rog- 
ers block, Washington 
Johnson Betsey A., widow of Frederick, h. 

3 Rogers block, Washington [Third 
Johnson Catherine, brush-maker, house 124 
Johnson Chas. W., carpenter, b. 512 Main 
Johnson Charles, moulder, 356 Main 
Johnson Charles, laborer, 220 Portland 
Johnson Charles B., porter (114 State, B.), 

house 67 Washington 
Johnson Charles B., clerk (Boston), boards 

3 Rogers block, Washington 
Johnson Charles B., porter (1 High, B.), 

house 36 Antrim [h. at Somerville 

Johnson Charles C, clerk, 225 North av., 
Johnson Charles E., laborer, house 1 Cedar 

place 
Johnson C. E., driver Cambridge R. Co. 
Johnson Charles F., provisions (43 Clinton, 

Boston), house 96 Magazine 
Johnson Charles G., iron-moulder, house 8 

Rogers block, Main 
Johnson Daniel, at American Rubber 

Works, boards 87 Moore 
Johnson Daniel, at American Rubber Co., 

boards 163 Broadway [do. 

Johnson Daniel A., provisions. 9 Lopez, h. 
Johnson Ellen, widow, house 4 Harding 
Johnson Eunice S., widoAv of Henry F., h. 

18 Story [Market, B.), h. 14 Dana 

Johnson Francis H., fish (114 Faneuil Hall 
Johnson Francis H., salesman (169 Wash- 
ington, Boston), house 15 Centre 
Johnson Frank, boards 14 Dana 
Johnson Frank, hostler, Elm, corner 

Broadway, rooms do. 
Johnson Frank i i Rev., pastor Old Camb. 

Baptist Society, rooms 60 Brattle 
Johnson Fred., wood molder, 169 Broad- 
way, boards 1 Boardman place 
Johnson F.e lerick, carpenter, River st. (B.) 

house 137 Brookline 
Johnson Frank A., driver Boston Ice Co., 

house rear 63 Spring 
Johnson George F., grocer, 246 Broadway, 

bds. 86 Moore 
Johnson George F., brass moulder (B.), 

house r. 427 Cambridge 
Johnson Geo. P., paymaster F. R. R. 

(Causeway, B.), house 30 Harris 
Johnson George R., lab., h. 10 Berkshire pi 
Johnson Gustavus, pattern maker (B. & A. 

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Johnson Henry, painter, house 211 Lake 

View avenue 
Johnson Henry (Johnson &Doane), bottler 

27 Green, house 32 Cherry- 
Johnson Henry. H. Mrs., h. 23 Wallace 
Johnson Herman A. Mrs., house 8 Norfolk 
Johnson H., safemaker, 17 Main 
Johnson Ida Miss, dressmaker, 512 Main. 

house do. 
Johnson Jas., 139 Broadway, h 26 Tremont 
Johnson James, helper, 92 Main 
Johnson James E., janitor (105 Devonshire 

B.), bds. 1 Norfolk court 
Johnson John, safe maker. 17 Main, house 

at Maiden 
Johnson John, carpenter, house 102 Web- 
ster avenue 
Johnson John G., clerk (Union, c. Black- 
stone, B.), bds. 4 Harding 
Johnson John 2d, safe maker, 17 Main. 

house 40 Putuam avenue 
Johnson John O., sailmaker, house 3 Rog- 
ers block, Brewery 
Johnson John T., lab., bds. 8 Davis 
Johnson John W. H., vocalist, bds. 10 

Berkshire place 
Johnson Joseph, variety store, 113 Colum- 
bia, house do. 
Johnson Joseph W., teamster, 162 Broad- 
way, house 1 Boardman place 
Johnson Lawrence, ho lse 44 Clark 
Johnson Lawrence Henry, clerk, 217 Broad- 
way, boards 44 Clark 
Johnson Lewis, clerk (43 Clinton, B.), 

house 11 Gerry 
Johnson Lucius A., driver Cambridge R. 

Co., house Frank, fifth on left 
Johnson Margaret, brushmaker, house 124 

Third 
Johnson Margaret, wid. of Wm. h 10 Sixth 
Johnson Marshall, fish (14 Union, B.), h. 

32 Norfolk 
Johnson Mary, wid. of Thos H. h 25 Cedar 
Johnson Mary, widow, at Amer. Rubber 

Co., boards 163 Broadway 
Johnson Mary U., widow of W. O., house 

17 Kirkland 
Johnson Matthew, jobber, rms. 12 Elmer 
Johnson Ole, polisher, h. 122 Spring 
Johnson Oscar A. (Andrew Johnson & Co.) 
carriage builder, 133 Main, boaads 44 
Broadway- 
Johnson Peter, bookbinder, h. 24 Baldwin 
Johnson Peter, lockmaker, 17 Main, house 

6 Foster's block, Baldwin place 

Johnson Peter S., core maker (B.), boards 

4 Harding [Harvard 

Johnson Reuben, clothes cleaner, house 80 

Johnson Richard I., peddler, house 132 

Prospect 
Johnson L. Melvin, clerk 13 F. H. square, 

B.), boards 32 Norfolk 
Johnson Samuel, coachman, h. 15 Centre 



Johnson Theodore H., lab., house rear 57 

Harvard [h do. 

Johnson Thomas H. , milkman, 108 Winsor 
Johnson Thomas R., accountant (79 Sum- 
mer, B.), house 44 William 
Johnson William, brush maker (High, cor. 

Purchase, B.), house 10 Sixth . 
Johnson William, harness maker, boards 

164 Gore 
Johnson Wm., provisions, house 19 Park 
Johnson Wm., salesman, h. 8 Fairmont av. 
Johnson William jr., brushmaker (High, c. 

Purchase. B.)\ bds. 10 Sixth 
Johnson William F., boxmaker, 3 Hamp- 
shire, bds. 4 Boardman place 
Johnson Wm. H., driver, rooms 51 Sixth 
Johnson William H., driver Cambridge R. 

Co., house Frank, 3d on left 
Johnson William R., inspector Camb. R. 

Co., boards 686 Main 
Johnson & Doane (Henry Johnson and 

Henry S. Doane), bottlers, 27 Green 
Johnston Andrew McN., carpenter, house 

4 Winsor 
Johnston Howard B., pressman Riverside 

Press, rooms 22 Lake 
Johnston James, carver, rms. 54 Spring 
Johnston Wm., fancy goods, 232 Pearl, 

house 140 Pleasant [Pleasant h. do. 
Johnston Wilimina S., fancy goods. 140 
Johnstone George S., h. 110 Hampshire 
Joll Albert P., candy maker, 245 Broadway 
Joll George M.. hairdresser, l£ Brattle, h. 

57 Ellery 
Jolly more William, butcher, h. 39 Charles 
Jolly Wm., hoster, bds. Porter's Hotel 
Jones Abbie Mrs., bds. 117 Inman 
Jones Abbie F., widow of Charles B., house 

106 Auburn 
Jones Addison A., box maker, house rear 

44 Washington [33 Hastings 

Jones Albert V., janitor (246 Wash. B.), h 
Jones Allen, shoe cutter (B.), house 159 

Broadway 
Jones Allison, waiter, house 7 Webster av. 
Jones Allison A., lab., bds 7 Webster av. 
Jones Amos, police station 3, house 71 

Thorndike 
Jones Andrew, mason, house 31 Second 
Jones Andrew J., carriage builder, Church, 

cor. Palmer, bds. 11 Garden 
Jones Anna E., widow of William R., bds. 

303 Harvard 

JONES ARTHUR E., lawyer (60 
Devonshire, B.), house 3 Berkelev 

Jones Austin K., janitor University, Har- 
vard, Seaver and Appleton Halls H. 
U., h. 466 Broadway 

Jones A., machinist, 92 Main 

Jones Carrie R., widow of William F., h. 
84 Washington 

Jones Charles, carpenter, h. 6 Andrew 

Jones Charles E., clerk (250 Washington, 
B.), h. 22 Tremont 






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Jones Charles E., (McMurray & Jones), 

blacksmith, Third, near gas house, h. 

1 Seckle 
Jones Charles L. Mrs., h. 299 Harvard 
Jones Charles W., (95 Milk, room 28 B.), 

h. 285 Harvard 
Jones Charles W. jr., cabinet maker, (B.), 

house 34 Fifth 

JONES C. L.. & CO., (Henry E. and 
Frank H. Jones), soap and candle 
mnfrs., 172 Pearl and (30 Broad B.) 
Jones Daniel, bootmaker Amer Rubber Co., 

rooms 1 Hampshire 
Jones Daniel, white washer and carpet 
beater, h. 31 Hastings [Courts 

Jones David A., laborer, h. 6 Flagg St., 
Jones David H., currier, Dudley 
Jones David G., pressman Riverside Press, 

bds. 102 Putnam av. [B.), h. 7 West 
Jones Edmond F., waiter (51 City Hall av. 
Jones Edward, mason, h. 12 Hastin s 
Jones Edward W. S., stationery ^282 Wash- 
ington, B.), bds. 104 Prospect 
Jones Elizabeth, widow of John, house 28 

William 
Jones Elizabeth Mrs., h. rear 159 Broadway 
Jones Elizabeth, widow of Wiiliam, h. 6 

Dinsmore ct. 
Jones Emma C. Mrs., h. 41 Fourth 
Jones Erastus, coal and wood (B.), h. 56 

Washington [rooms 1 Hampshire 

Jones Ernest, action maker, 139 Broadway, 
Jones E., driver Camb. R. Co. 
Jones E. F., driver Camb. R. Co. 
Jones E. F., action maker 139 Broadway, 

bds. 121 Harvard 
Jones Frances R. Mrs., h. 299 Harvard 
Jones Frank E., watchman, h. 227 Harvard 
Jones Frank H., (C. L. Jones & Co.), soap 

mnfr., 172 Pearl and (30 Broad B.), h. 

4G Lee 
Jones Frederick C, clerk Cambridge Gas 

Light Co., 424 Harvard, b. 5 Crescent 
Jones F. T., at 162 Broadway h. at Somer- 

ville [Pearl 

Jones Frederick W., machinist, house 159 
Jones George F., clerk (216 State, B.), h. 

25 Lancaster 
Jones George W., stereotyper (4 Williams 

court, B.), h. 19£B. Lopez 
Jones Geo. W., physician, 117 Inman, h. do. 
Jones Harry, carpenter, h. 98 Norfolk 
Jones Harry W., student, rooms 276 Harvard 
Jones Henry, jobber, (9 City Hall av. B.), 

h. 36 Union 
Jones Henry, waiter, h. 36 Brewery 
Jon s Henry C., policeman, station 2, h. 

131 Green 
Jones Henry E. (C. L. Jones & Co.), soap 

and candle mnfr., 172 Pearl, and (30 

Broad, B.), h. 276 Harvard 
Jones Henry L, hairdresser, 27 Fifth, h. 

74 Elm [h. 260 Sidney 

Jones Herbert L., sawyer 139 Broadway, 



Jones James, cabinet maker, h. 179 Norfolk 
Jones James Mrs., widow h. 10 Watson 
Jones John, cigar maker, house 3 Rogers 

block, Washington 
Jones John B., collar maker, 10 Arrow, h. 

at Somerville [Tufts 

Jones John, boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 6 
Jones John, painter, h. Hotel Brooks 
Jones John E., iron worker Boston Bridge 

Works, rooms 169 Broadway 
Jones John L., printer Riverside Press, h. 

102 Putnam av. [Press, h. 650 Main 
Jones John L., jr., compositor University 
Jones Joseph G., clerk, (24 Broad B.), h. 

22 Bigelow [4 Tenney 

Jones Joseph M., boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 
Jones Leonard S., house 21 Kirkland 
Jones Leonard W., jr., clerk SortvvelFs dis- 
tillery, h. at Charlestown [Green 
Jones Lucy A., widow of Alphonso, h. 131 
Jones Mary T. P. Miss, music teacher, 60 

Cambridge, house do. 
Jones Maggie E., widow of George, h. 35 

Putnam avenue [h. do 

Jones Mark A., druggist, 60 Cambridge, 

JONES MARTHA R. Miss, con- 
fectionery, 1 Harvard square, h. 5 Story 
Jones Miles L., bookbinder Riverside Bind- 
ery, h. 105 Allston 
Jones N. Manson, bookkeeper (77 Oliver, 

B.), bds. 303 Harvard 
Jones Robert G., wool broker (137 Federal 

B.), house 21 Kirkland 
Jones Samuel, carpenter, bds. 98 Norfolk 
Jones Samuel G., carpenter, bds 153 Pearl 
Jones Samuel H., cracker dealer, 502 Main, 

house 91 Norfolk 
Jones Sarah, widow, h. 10 Berkshire place 
Jones Sarah A. Mrs., house 4 Percy place 
Jones Susan J., widow, h. 139 Thorndike 
Jones Thos. Richard, chromo printer, 

Riverside, bds. 179 Norfolk 
Jones Thomas W., electrotype finisher, bds. 

30 Winthrop 
Jones William, plumber, bds. 559 Main 
Jones Van Cullen, reporter, (107 State B.), 

house 19 Market, suite 3 
Jones William, glass worker, house 171 

Cambridge 
Jones William, peddler, h. 32 Hastings 
Jones William Gordon, clerk Farragut 

House (Rye Beach N. H.), h. Lake 

View avenue, n. Brattle 
Jones William H., carver Memorial Hall, 

house Allston 
Jones William L., bookbinder, Riverside 

press, bds. 102 Putnam avenue 
Jonsen Gustave, cabinet maker, Lechmere 

bldg., Lechmere square 
Jonsson Carl R., gilder, 8 Harvard square, 

house 5 Charles River 
Jope Richard E., carpenter, h. 12 Magee 
Jordan Ann, wid. of John J., dressmaker 

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Jordan Arthur L., pianist and supt., post- 
office, 150 North av., bds. Porter's 
Hotel [25 Grigg 

Jordan Charles, drug clerk, 617 Main, bds. 

Jordan Charles W., 162 Broadway, h. 176£ 
Pleasant, Maiden 

Jordan Clarence, currier, h. 20 McCabe 

Jordan Dedrick, wood moulder, 203 Bridge, 
house 27 Cogswell avenue 

Jordan Fred W., gold beater (Hawley, B.), 
bds. 75 Green 

Jordan Henry C, bds. 145 Otis 

Jordan James, stone cutter, 53 Main, bds. 
28 Pelhara [h. 75 Green 

Jordan Joseph W., cement maker, 1 Albany, 

Jordan J., conductor Cambridge R. Co. 

Jordan Noah W., actuary American Loan 
and Trust Co. (55 Congress, B.), h. 5 
Centre [h. 24 Brookline 

Jordan Wm. H., printer University Press, 

Jose Edwin H., lawyer, 583 Main, bds. 99 
Austin 

Joseph David, cigar maker, b. 41 Somerset 

Joseph Emanuel, organ pipe maker, 101 
Gore 

Joseph Isaac (I. & J. Joseph), fruit, etc., 
455 Main, house 10 Holly place 

Joseph I & J. (Isaac and John Joseph) , 
fruit, etc., 455 Main 

Joseph John (I & J. Joseph), fruit, etc., 
455 Main, house at Maiden 

Joseph Julius, artist, bds. 41 Somerset 

Joseph Louis, canvasser, bds. 41 Somerset 

Josselyn Aaron Rev., watchmaker, 62 Cam- 
bridge, h. 147 do. [Rogers block, Main 

Josselyn Abbie S., widow of Luther, h. 12 

Josselyn Annie B. Miss, teacber Putnam 
grammar school, bds. 147 Cambridge 

Josselyn Elmer H., confectioner, 243 Broad- 
way, bds. 10 Robbins block, Prospect 

Josselyn Francis, inspector (Custom House, 
296 State, B.), house 4 Mead 

JOUETT ISAAC W., grocer, 225 
Washington anil 3 Bowdoin sq., (B.), 
house Walnut av., cor. Arlington 
Jouett Mark R. (M. R. Jouett & Co.), 
grocer, 225 North av., h. Chester 

JOUETT M. K. & CO. (Mark R. 
Jouett), grocers, 225 North avenue, 
cor. Walden 
Joy Fannie C. Mrs., bds. 33 Tremont 
Joy Isaac (Joy, Lutber & Co.), carpenter, 

River, junc. Western av., bds. 112 

Auburn 
Joy Isaac, net maker, bds. 10 Leighton's ct. 
Joy James, cooper, 220 Portland 
Joy Jobn, coo er, house 141 Gore 
Joyce Edmund B., painter (B.), h. 169 

Norfolk 
Joyce Edward, policeman, station 1 
Joyce Edward, potter at Hewes' pottery, 

Crescent avenue 
Joyce Edward, laborer, h. 50 Cedar 
Joyce James J., glazier, h. 19 Harvard 



Joyce Magdalen, widow of Isadore, h. t>0 
Spruce 

Joyce Maurice, laborer, h. 228 Franklin 

Joyce Wm., at Hewes' pottery, Crescent 
av., h. Emerson block, r. do. [Spring 

Judge Francis, stone cutter, bds. First, cor. 

Judkins Eliza M. Miss., artist, house 20 
Dunster [Cambridge 

Juhlmann Louis, wood molder, house 273 

Julianus John L., brass moulder (33 Haw- 
kins B.), house 225 Broadway 

KAHARL REUBEN, string maker, 368 

Main, bds. 218 Harvard 
Kahlmeyer Augusta, widow of Henry, h. 

97 Sixth [B.), bds. 97 Sixth 

Kahlmeyer Frank L., clerk (10 P. O. sq., 
Kahlmever John, clerk (R. H. White & Co., 

B.), bds. 97 Sixth 
Kahlmeyer Louis W. (G. Kellenberger & 

Co.), provisions. 110 Cambridge, bds. 

97 Sixth [h. 46 Austin 

Kaine Francis X., clerk (19 Boylston, B.), 
Kaiser Gotleib, laborer Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, house 12 Winter 
Kaiser Jacob, optician A. Clark & Sons, 

bds. 54 Austin 
Kaiser Jacob, telescope maker, h. 23 Prince 
Kalberg Lauritz D., furniture, 115 Camb., 

house 77 Spring [bds. 77 Spring 

Kalberg Valdemar O. L. , clerk, 115 Camb., 
Kalloch Fred L., machinist, h. 128 Magazine 
Kammler Robert, cook, house 97 Sixth 
Kanaly Morris E. (Kanaly & Nesdell), 391 

Cambridge, house at Somerville 
Kanaly & Nesdell (M. E. Kanaly and F. F. 

Nesdell), confectionery mnfrs., 391 

Cambridge 
Kane Andrew, at 17 Main 
Kane Bridget, widow of Wm., h. 34 Porter 
Kane Catherine, widow of Thomas, h. 39 

Tremont 
Kane Daniel, laborer, house 19 Carson 
Kane James, laborer, house 23 Vine 
Kane John, laborer, house 5 Vine 
Kane John, laborer, bds. 28 Carson 
Kane John, teamster, bds. 34 Porter 
Kane John H., bookbinder Riverside Press, 

bds. 10 Hayes court 
Kane John J., laborer, house 28 Spring 
Kane J., hostler Cambridge R. Co. 
Kane Martin, hack driver, 120 Green, h. 

176 do. [rear 44 Washington 

Kane Matthew, iron moulder, 356 Main, b. 
Kane Maurice, brush maker, 124 Harvard, 

house at South Boston [Tremont 

Kane Mary, saleswoman (B.), house 39 
Kane Michael, helper N. E. Glass Co. 
Kane Mich el, order clerk N. E. Glass Co., 

bds. 28 Fourth [Foster 

Kane Patrick, laborer, 30 Boylston, h. 15 
liane Patrick J., brush maker, 124 Har- 
vard, house at South Boston 
Kane Richard, laborer, 35 Cowperthwaite 



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153 Putnam av., house 10 Hayes court 
Kane Rosannah Mrs., house 4 Lincoln 
Kane R., fireman State, cor. Osborn 
Kane Timothy, baker, house 3 M unlock 
Kane, sec Kaine, also Cain [Harding 

Kanea'y Patrick, laborer, 109 Gore, h. 32 
Karcher Elizabeth J. Miss, teacher Board- 
man primary school, bds. 85 Pleasant 
Karcher Josephine E. Miss, teacher Web- 
ster grammar school, bds. 85 Pleasant 
Karcher Philip J., porter (43 Temple place, 

B.), house 85 Pleas nt 
Karcher Kosa C. Miss, teacher Agassiz 

school, bds. 85 Pleasant 
Kaseby Robert J. Jr., newspapers, etc., 534 

Cambridge, house 12 Oak 
Kasker A., currier at Fischer's tannery, h. 

Dublin, cor. Spruce 
Kaufmann Emil E.. brush maker, 124 Har- 
vard, house at Boston [Somerville 
Kaula Francis, at 1G2 Broadway, house at 
Kay James, hostler, house 194 North av. 
Kay James, laborer, 1(59 Gore, house 110 

Spring 
Kay Sarah, wid. of John, h. 194 North av. 
Keane Timothy, clerk. 502 Main 
Keancy James M., police, station 3, h. 169 
Winsor [sor 

Keancy Kate, widow of James, h. 169 Win- 
Kearney Julia A., wid. of Win., house 1G 

Portland 
Kearney Thomas, gardener at Wm. J. 

Dinsmore's, 273 North av., h. do. 
Kearn John, currier, Dudley 
Kearns Michael, blacksmith, h. 3 George 
Kearns Wm. J., blacksmith, b. 48 Foster 
Keasby Lindley M., student, H. U., rms. 

20 Prospect 
Keay Erburn S., farmer, h. Walden, near 

Raymond 
Keay Fred E., clerk (24 Commerce 

B.), b. Walden, n. Raymond 
Keay Horace R., surveyor, b. Walden, n. 

Raymond 
Keay Sarah, widow, h. 118 Thorndike 
Kear John, teamster, 84 Bridge, h. 171 

Winsor 
Keating John, cooper, h. 58 Charles 
Keating Michael, painter Camb. R. Co., 
Dunster, h. 7 Shepherds block, Charles 
River 
Keating Richard, laborer, h. 17 Suffolk 
Keatley Samuel, expressman, h. 119 Har- 
vard 
Kee George, carpenter, h. 15 Hewes 
Keefe Andrew, brush maker, b. 34 North 
Keefe Daniel, laborer, h. 58 Spruce 
Keefe Daniel J., plumber, 599£ Main, b. at 

Somerville 
Keefe David, laborer, Mt. Auburn cemetery 

b. Thomas Donahue's Cushing 
Keefe Dennis, wood turner, Woodbury 
bldg., Otis, h. at Boston 



Keefe Dennis F.. bottler, h. 6 King pi. 

Keefe Helen, widow of John, h. 34 Noith 

Keefe Cornelius, city laborer, h. 7 Reed 

Keefe James, at Niles Bros., Concord av., 
h. n. do. 

Keefe Jeremiah, laborer, h. 1 Broadway 

Keefe John (Kirchner & Keefe), bottler, 
428 Camb.. h. King pi. 

Keefe John, laborer, 166 River, house 237 
Franklin 

Keefe J., switchman Camb. R. Co. 

Keefe Kate Mrs., h. King pi. 

Keefe Margaret, widow of James, house GG 
Hastings 

Keefe Mary, widow of James, h. Bolton, n. 
Dublin [way 

Keefe Matthew A., carpenter, h. 238Broad- 

Keefe Patrick, currier at Miiller Bros. 

Keefe Patrick, cabinet maker, h. 66 Has- 
tings 

Keefe T., printer, University Press 

Keefe Timothy, carpenter, 113 Broadwav. 
h. 192 Harqard 

Keefe Timothy, peddler, h. 49 Reed 

Keefe Timothy F., paper hanger, h. r. G7 
Moore 

Keefe Wm., milkman (B.), h. 7 Reed 

Keefer Philip, cleaner B. & L. R. R. shop 

Keefe, see O'Keefe 

Keegan Bernard L., cook (B.), h. 10 Davis 

Keegan James T., action maker, b. 10 Davis 

Keegan John, teamster, 1G9 Gore, b. 15 
Warren 

Keegan Julia Miss, h. 29 Webster av. 

Keegan Mary, widow, h. 117 Tremont 

Keegan Owen, laborer, 1G9 Gore, bds. 117 
Tremont 

Keegan Philip, laborer, 184 Broadway, b. 
117 Tremont 

Keeland Wm. L., laborer, h. r. 57 Harvard 

Keeler Adelaide A. Miss, teacher Washing- 
ton grammar school, b. 421 Broadway 

Keeler Charles W., book-keeper, Riverside 
Press, h. at Somerville 

Keeler Cornelius P. (Keeler & Co.), furni- 
ture (83 Wash., B.), h. 19 Bowdoin 

Keeler George A. (Keeler & Co.), furni- 
ture (83 Wash., B.), b. 19 Bowdoin 

Keeler George S., engineer Am. Net and 
twine Co., h. 91 Thorndike 

Keely Joseph, gardener Mt. Auburn ceme- 
tery, h. 11 Maynard pi. 

Keeley Patrick, stone mason, h. 45 Harding 

Keen Alden T., physician and notary pub- 
lic, h. 26 North avenue 

Keen Anna C. D. Mrs., h. 4G Cherry 

Keen Martin, lumper, 139 Broadway, h. at 
Boston 

Keenan James, carriage washer, 120 Green 
h. Magee, n. Howard 

Keenan James H. , carpenter 65 Sacramen- 
to, h. 49 do. 

Keenan Johanna, widow of Michael J., 
laundress, h. 19 Cowperthwaite 



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Keenan John, laborer, h. 113 Third 

Keenan John Jr., clerk, b. 113 Third 

Kee an John J., foreman (51 Elm, B.), h. 
3 Green 

Keenan Rose, widow of John, h. 25Bigelow 

Keenan Martin, laborer, h. rear 123 Third 

Keenan Michael A., carpenter, h. 101 Tre- 
mont 

Keenan Patrick, laborer, b. New, first on 
left from Concord av. 

Keenan Peter, laborer, 169 Gore, b. 15 
Warren 

Keenan Thomas, granite worker, house 133 

Keenan Thomas F. , cutter X. E. Glass Co. 

Keene Ansil, blacksmith, b. 281 Franklin 

Keene Arriel, blacksmith, b. 231 Franklin 

Keene Joseph, tinsmith b. 469 Camb. 

Keener W. A., assistant professor of law. 
H. U., h. 71 North av. 

Kehew Geo. L. Jr. shipper (4 Alden, B.), 
h. 104 Inman 

Kehoe Roger, driver, Camb. R. Co. 

Kehoe, see Keough 

Keith Adelaide A. Miss, teacher Washing- 
ton grammar school, b. 852 Ma n 

Keith Charles P., broom mnfr., 412 Main, 
and fancy goods, 114 Magazine, h. do. 

Keith E. D. (E. 1). Keith & Co.), provis- 
ions, li)l North avenue, h. 189 do. 

Keith E. I). & Co. (E. D. Keith), provis- 
ions, 191 North av. 

Keith Joseph W.. box maker, h. r. 41 Vine 

Keliher Cornelius J., crockery, 132 Camb., 
h. do. 

Keliher James, currier, h. 36 Reed 

Kelleher Bartholomew, grocer, 408 Camb., 
and liquors, 394 Camb.. h. 100 Winsor 

Kelleher Bridget, wid. of Michael, house 22 
Spring 

Kelleher Cornelius, at 126 Portland, h.Roll- 
ing block, Portland 

Kelleher Cornelius J., ales, wines, and 
liquors, 103 Mt. Auburn 

Kelleher Cornelius J., liquors, Mt. Auburn, 
b. 269 do. 

Kelleher Daniel, laborer, h. 17 Jefferson 

Kelleher Dennis, clerk, 408 Camb., b. 109 
Winsor 

K lleher Dennis, laborer, C. H. North & 
Co. (Somerville), h. 192 Norfolk 

Kelleher Dennis Mrs., h. 159£ Franklin 

Kelleher Ellen, widow of Wm., h. 11 Sar- 
gent 

Kelleher Hugh, plumber, 5 Brattle, house 
Mt. Auburn cor. Eowell 

Kelleher James, city laborer, h. 71 Elm 

Kelleher J., driver, Camb. R. Co. 

Kelleher John, laborer, b. Michael Kelley's 
Cushing 

Kelleher John, foreman Chas. R. St.R. Co. 
stable, 75 Tremont, h. at Somerville 

Kelleher John, bntcher, b. 198 Camb 

Kelleher John A., grocer, 39 Rice, b. 41 do. 

Kelleher Julia, widow of Daniel, h. 196 
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1 Kelleher J. A., conductor Camb. R. Co. 
Kelleher Margaret, widow, h. 13 Third 
Kelleher Michael F., granite polisher, bds. 

7 Maynard place 
Kelleher Michael J., gardener, b. 7 May- 
nard place [Spring 
Kelleher Micha?l J., cabinet maker, b. 22 
Kelleher Patrick, laborer, h. 41 Rice 
1 Kelleher Patrick, laborer, h. 105 Portland 
Kelleher Timothy, laborer, h. 47 Jefferson 
Kelleher William, teamster, b. 41 Rice 
Kellenberger Andrew, finisher, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 155 Otis [R. Co. 
Kellenberger A. A., driver, Chas. R. St. 
Kellenberger George (G. Kellenberger & 

Co.), provisions, 110 Camb., bds. 155 

Otis 
Kellenberger G. & Co. (Geo. Kellenberger 

and L. W. Kahlmeyer), provisions, 

110 Camb. 
Keller G. T., driver Camb. R. Co. 
Kelliher James, currier, h. 56 Reed 
, Kelliher William, currier. Dudley 
Kelley A., cabinet maker. 54 Bridge 
Kelley Albert L.. printer (262 Washington, 

B.). h. 21 Harrison 
Kelley Alexander P., piano action mnfr., 

113 Broadway, h. 25 Essex 
Kelley Annie, widow of Bernard, house 22 

Hudson place 
i Kelley Charles, switchman (B. & L. R. R,), 

h. r. 6 Gore 
i Kelley Charles, laborer, h. 4 Gore 
Kelley Charles, painter, h. 3 Seventh 
Kelley D., at 174 Broadway 
Kelley Daniel, glass-maker Union Glass 

Co. (Somerville), h. 149 Elm 
Kelley E(.ward, laborer, h. 13 Valentine 
Kelley Edward, laborer, h. 26 Dudley 
Kelley Edward, laborer, h. 59 Brookline 
Kelley Edward, painter (B.), b. 117 Spring 
Kelley Ellen, widow, h. 145 Elm 
Kelley Eugene, tinsmith, 385 Camb. 
Kelley E. F., safe maker, 17 Main 
Kelley Francis, collector, h. 9 Boardman 
Kelley Frank H., conductor Chas. R. St. R. 

Co. 
Kelley Genrge O., machinist, b. 2 Sceva pi. 
Kelley George T., driver Camb. R. Co., b. 

22 Porter 
Kelley George W., currier at Fischer's, 

Tannery, h. 656 Main 
Kelley H. N., machinist. 72 Main 
Kelley Isabella, widow, h. 106 Fourth 
j Kelley J., at 174 Broadway 
j Kelley James, carpenter, h. Tuttle, n. cor. 

Wyeth [Cambridge 

Kelley James, marble-cutter (B.), h. 305 

i Kellev James, teamster (165 Devonshire, 

B.), h. 68 Otis 
j Kelley James H., watchmaker (24 Bedford, 

B.), h. 402 Main 
I Kelley James If., action maker, 113 Broad- 
way, h. 510 Main 
Kelley James P. printer (B.), h. 26 Eighth 



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Ktl'ey John, laborer, h. 4 Jefferson 
Kelley John, blacksmith, b. 196 Norfolk 
Kelley John, machinist, 29 Main, b. 5 Fos- 
ter place 
Kelley John, blacksmith, b. 352 North av. 
Kelley John, currier Dudley 
Kelley John, violinist, h. 26 Warren 
Kelley John, boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 13 

Salem 
Kelley John, laborer, h. Cushing court 
Kelley John, laborer, h. foot Auburn pi. 
Kelley John, butcher, b. 198 Cambridge 
Kelley John, soap-maker, h. 352 Broadway 
Kelley John A., calenderer Amer. Rubber 
Co., h. 71 Third [389 do. 

Kelley John C, machinist, 356 Main, bds. 
Kelley John D., painter (187 Hanover, B.), 

h. 161 Thorndike 
Kelley John E., clerk,, b. 2 Sceva pi. 
Kelley John F., laborer, B. & M. R. R., h. 

13 Second 
Kelley John F., clerk 443 Camb., b. 500 do. 
Kelley John F., currier, h. r. 77 Elm 
Kelley John H., laborer, h. r. 12 Portland 
Kelley John J., baker, 82 Mount Auburn, h. 

17 Charles River 
Kelley J. S., machinist, 356 Main 
Kelley John T., machinist, h. r. 110 Main 
Kelley John Wm, 502 Main, b. 145 Elm 

KELJLEY JOHN W., city editor 
Tribune, 3 Linden, h. at Somerville 
Kelley Joseph H., glassmaker, h. 36 Gore 

KELL.EY JOSEPH J., under- 
taker and cabinet maker, 18 Third, 
c. Gore h. 110 Otis 

Kelley Kate Mrs., h. r. 71 Reed 

Kelley Lawrence, marble-polisher (B.), h. 
105 Elm 

Kelley Lizzie F. Miss, clerk, 503 Main, b. 
22 Hudson pi. 

Kelley Margaret, widow, h. 4 Jefferson 

Kelley Maria Mrs., h. 14 Grant 

Kelley Martha A., widow of Frank M., h. 
34 Columbia 

Kelley Mary, widow, h. 10 Pine 

Kelley Michael M., ston -cutter, h. 64 Vine 

Kelley Michael, gardener Mt. Auburn cem- 
etery, liquors, Cushing, c. Woodlawn 
ave., boarding-house do. [b. do. 

Kelley Michael, hairdresser, 162 Camb., 

Kelley Michael, laborer, h. 14 North 

Kelley Michael A., glass-maker, h. 113 
Fourth 

Kelley Patrick, laborer, 220 Portland 

Kelley Patrick, currier Dudley [Co. 

Kelley Patrick, glass blower, N. E. Glass 

Kelley Patrick, laborer, h. New 

Kelley Patrick, laborer, h. 5 Foster pi. 

Kelley Patrick, laborer Cambridge ceme- 
tery, b. Thomas Donahue's, Cushing 

Kelley Patrick, switchman B. & M. R. R., 
h. 21 Sixth 

Kelley Patrick, laborer Cambridge ceme- 
tery, h. Cushing. n. Cushing court 



Kelley Patrick, marble-worker, h. Bristol, 

opp. Rolling Mill blk. 
Kelley Peter, laborer, h. 123 Fourth 
Kelley Peter A., plumber, 634 Main, h. 107 

Western avenue [164 Gore 

Kelley Ralph I., liquors, 241 Cambridge, h. 
Kelley Ralph R., clerk, 163 Pearl, b. 51 

Pleasant 
Kelley Richard, tailor (B.), h. 134 Winsor 
Kelley Richard Cgalvanizer, b.134 Winsor 
Kelley Robert, cigar maker, rms. 536 Main 
Kelley Robert, baker, 407 Cambridge, rms. 

4 Percy pi. 
Kelley Samuel J. (Kelley & McKinnon), 

carpenter, 7 Western avenue, house 10 

Clinton 
Kelley Sarah V., employment office, 654 

Main, h. G56 do. 
Kelley Stillman F., molasses (18 Central, 

B.), h. 3 Pemberton, n. N^rth av. 
Kelley Thomas, carpenter, h. 20 Lake 
Kelley Thomas, gardener, Mt. Aubnrn cem- 
etery, bds. Thomas Donahue's Cushing 
Kelley Thomas G., carpenter, 7 Western 

av., house Lake, n. Magazine 
Kelley Thomas J., book finisher (B.), h. 

73 School 
Kelley Wm., baker 407 Camb. b 4 Percy pi 
Kelley Wm., gardener McLean Asylum 

(Somerville), house Woodlawn ave., c 

Cushing 
Kelley Wm., spring fitter 12 Gore, h Spring 
Kelley Wm. H., herdic driver (B.), house 

19 Ninth 
Kelley & McKinnon (Samuel J. Kelley and 

Charles E. McKinnon), carpenters and 

builders, 7 Western av. 
Kelley, see Kelly 
Kellie John F., painter and paper hanger, 

59 Plymouth, house do. 
Kellinburgher Andrew, varnisher, 162 

Broadway, house 155 Otis 
Kellner Maximilian Rev., student Ep. Theo 

School, bds. Lawrence Hall 
Kellogg Jeremiah N., porter (169 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 27 Washington 
Kelly A. P., widow, house Hotel Wentworth 

7 Essex 
Kelly Catherine, widow, h. r. 124Brookline 
Kelly Dennis P., machinist, 29 Main h 91 do 
Kelly Edward, lab. B. & M. R.R. (B.), h. 

27 Third 
Kelly Edward jr., bds. 27 Third 
Kelly Francis J., traveling salesman (N. 

Y.), house 9 Boardman 
Kelly George B. (Kelly & Rand), action 

maker, 162 Broadway, house at Jamai- 
ca Plain 
Kelly James, 162 Broadway h at E. Dedham 
Kelly James, boiler maker, h. 159 Columbia 
Kelly James, lab., house 273 Putnam av. 
Kelly John, house 352 Broadway 
Kelly J., tinman, 502 Main 
Kelly John, lab., bds. 151 Otis 



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Kelly John, baker 502 Main 
Kelly John, lab., house 133 Brookline 
Kelly John J., teamster, bds. 5 Foster pi. 
Kelly Joseph, at Riverside Press, boards 13 

Rockwell 
Kelly Michael, granite polisher, 258 Mt. 

Auburn, boards 7 Maynard place 
Kelly Michael J., lab. Cambridge cemetery, 

house 7 Maynard place 
Kelly Patrick, lab., house r. 14 Lopez 
Kelly Patrick, lab., house 5 Foster pi. 
Kelly Peirce, reporter, house Hotel Went- 

worth, 7 Essex 
Kelly Peter M., machinist, 153 Putnam ave 

nue, house 159 Columcia 
Kelly Timothy, whitener, house 8 Short 
Kelly T. F., boots and shoes, 435 Camb. 

house at Somerville 
Kelly Thomas F., soap maker (Somerville) 

house 191 Norfolk 
Kelly Thomas H., press feeder (Pearl, B.), 

bds. 174 Cambridge 
Kelly Wm., marble polisher, 43 Main, 

house at Boston 
Kelly Win., mason, house 5 Seventh 
Kelly Wm., lab., bds. 5 Foster pi. 
Kelly Wm., iron worker Boston Bridge 

Works, boards 15 Warren 
Kelly Wm., stone cutter, 41 Main, house 

124 Brookline 
Kelly Wm., stone cutter, b. r. 124 Brookline 
Kelly Wm. P., plumber, house 58 Amory 
Kelly Wm. H., paper ruler (111 Devon- 
shire, B.), house 8 Lawrence 
Kelly & Rand (George B. Kelly and Ed- 
ward L. Rand), organ action makers, 

162 Broadway 
Kelly, see Kelley 
Kelsey Albert H., contractor and builder, 

house Arlingtou, near Washington av. 
Kelsey Annie S. Miss, music teacher, bds. 

11 Cottage 
Kelsey Anson H. , superintendent, 556 

Main, house 479 do. 
Kelsey Bros. & Co. (John H. Kelsy), fur- 
niture dealers and upholsterers, 556 

Main 
Kelsey Elizabeth, widow of John B., house 

18 Fairmont av. [11 Cottage 

Kelsey Elizabeth, widow of William, house 
Kelsey Henry T., janitor Prospect Skating 

Academy, 10 Prospect, house Hotel 

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Kelsey John H. (Kelsey Bros. & Co.), fur- 
niture, stc, 556 Main, house 28 Upton 
Kelsey Wm. H., superintendent (87 Union, 

B.), house 26 Upton 
Kelso Adam, machinist, 356 Main, house 

36 Winsor [41 Franklin 

Kelso Alexander M., liquors 407 Main, h. 
Kelso John, hostler, bds. 41 Franklin 
Kemp Catherine, widow of James, house 

110 Spring 
Kemp C. J., conductor Camb. R. Co. 



Kemp Edward E., clerk L. Kemp & Sons, •» 

boards 166 Harvard 
Kemp Horace G. (Lysander Kemp & Sons) 

soap mnfr., Davis, house 164 Harvard 
Kemp James H. (Lysander Kemp & Sons), 

soap mnfr., Davis, bds. 166 Harvard 
Kemp Lysander (Lysander Kemp & Sons), 

soap mnfr., Davis, house 166 Harvard 

KEMP LYSANDER & SONS, 
(Lysander, James H. and Horace G. 
Kemp), soap mnfrs., Davis, corner 
Broadway 
Kempton Benj. carpe ter, b. 15 Farwell pi. 
Kempton John B., house 24 Mt. Auburn 
Kemrton Joseph D., carpenter, house 49 

Brookline 
Kendall Albert S., bookkeeper Sawin's Ex- 
press, Lyceum building, Harvard sq., 
house 53 Oxford 
Kendall Andrew, watchman, h. 34 Moore 
Kendall Archibald M., mail agent, house 

56 Putnam avenue 
Kendall Edward (Kendall & Roberts), ma- 
chinist and boiler maker, 72 and 92 
Main, house 139 Magazine 
Kendall E. Augusta Miss, house 4 Hastings 
Kendall Francis, house 195 Putnam av. 
Kendall George, farmer (Belmont), house 

Holworthy, opposite Corlett school 
Kendall George F., com. mer. (204 State, 

B.), house 61 Chestnut 
Kendall Harlie G., clerk, 649 Main, house 

19 Park 
Kendall Henry H., bds. 56 Putnam avenue 
Kendall Isaac F., sawyer, h. 3 Lawrence 
Kendall James H., draughtsman, 72 Main, 
house 63 Chestnut 

KENDALL JOSHUA, private 
school, 13 Appian-way, h 123 Inman 
Kendall Olindus F., horse clotning (12g 

Washington, B.), house 10 Forest 
Kendall Walter B., organist and music 
teacher, boards 3 Lawrence 

KENDALL & ROBERTS (Edw. 
Kendall and George B. Roberts), 
proprietors Charles River Iron Works, 
machinists and boiler makers, 72 and 
92 Main 
Kennard Benjamin, house 9 DeWolf 
Kennard Elizabeth J. D. Miss, school teach- 
er, bds. 9 DeWolf [Holyoke 
K3nnay Susan, widow of Jas. W., house 4 
Kennedy Catherine F. Miss, h. 83 Elm 
Kennedy Charles, gilder, bds. 62 Pleasant 
Kennedy Daniel, blacksmith, 135 Winsor, 

house 131 do. 
Kennedy Daniel A., confectioner, 282 

Broadway, bds. 167 Harvard 
Kennedy Daniel F., bds. 131 Winsor 
Kennedy Edward J., carpenter, h. 87 Elm 
Kennedy Edward P., hack driver, bds. 15 

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Kennedy Emma, widow of John A., house 

19 Antrim 
Kennedy Frank A. (F. A. Kennedy & Co.), 

cracker baker, 502 Main, h. 8 Highland 
Kennedy F. A. & Co. (Frank A. Kennedy 

and Frederick G. Cass), cracker bak- 
ers, 502 Main [Auburn 
Kennedy James, boarding house, 88 Mount 
Kennedy Jas., lab. (B.), h. 84 Webster av. 
Kennedy Jas. J., bras finisher (B.), bds. 

84 Webster av. 
Kennedy Jas. J., lithographer, h. 206 Green 
Kennedy John, driver, bds. 15 Banks 
Kennedy John C, clerk, 397 Cambridge, 

bds. 83 Elm 
Kennedy Lawrence B., painter, h. 83 Elm 
Kennedy Martin, currier, Dudley 
Kennedy Martin, laborer, h. 381 Camb. 
Kennedy Mary E., widow of Barker, bds. 

57 Hastings 
Kennedy N., machinist B. & L. E. K. shop, 

house at Charleston 
Kennedy Patrick, city laborer, h. 113 Elm 
Kennedy Patrick, clerk, Winsor, junc. 

Webster av., house at Somerville 
Kennedy Thomas, gardener, h. 15 Banks 
Kennedy Thomas, laborer, h. 30 Reed 
Kennedy Thomas Jr., driver, 22 Brattle, 

bds. 15 Banks 
Kennedy Thomas A., laborer, b. 131 Winsor 
Kennedy T., at 174 Broadway [Elm 

Kennelly Jeremiah, cabinet maker, h. 57 
Kennelly Jeremiah, sawyer Woodbury bldg. , 

Otis, house 57 Elm [21 Sidney 

Kenney Bernard A., furniture finisher, h. 
Kenney Charles F., instructor House of 

Correction, house 2 Church place 
Kenney Daniel W. C, book agent (B.), h. 

101 Tremont 
Kenney David, cooper, bds. 2 Decatnr 
Kenney Edward, at Niles Bros., Concord 

av., house n. F. R. R. [458 Camb. 

Kenney Edward, laborer, 204 Broadway, h. 
Kenney E. 8., driver Camb. R. Co. 
Kenney Frank, varni»her, 162 Broadway, 

bds. 22 Murdock 
Kenney Hattie Miss, house 12 Murdock 
Kenney James, cooper, h. 198 Bridge 
Kenney James, at American Rubber Co., 

bds. 163 Broadway [h. n. do. 

Kenney John, at Niles Bros., Concord av., 
Kenney John, house 22 Murdock 
Kenney John, junk, house 39 Harding 
Kenney John (Cummings, Kenney & Co.), 

lumber, Bridge, opp. Prison Point, h. 

at Boston [Co. 

Kenney John E., driver Charles R. St. R. 
Kenney John S., lamp-lighter, h. 187 Camb. 
Kenney Margaret, widow of Patrick, h. 62 

Waverly 
Kenney Michael, calenderer American Rub- 
ber Co. 
Kenney Michael, cooper, bds. 2 Decatur ct. 



Kenney Patrick, city laborer, house 213 

Franklin 
Kenney Patrick, laborer, house 62 Waverly 
Kenney Richard, cooper, h. r. 147 Gore 
Kenney Susan, widow of James W., h. 4 

Holyjke 
Kenney f homas, painter, h. r. 48 Clark 
Kenney Thomas, laborer, 184 Broadway, 

bds. 164 Hampshire 
Kenney Thomas G., 153 Putnam av., h. r. 

17 Charles River [h. 22 Prospect 

Kenney Thomas M., jeweler, 637 Main, 
Kenney Timothy, baker, bds. 22 Murdock 
Kenney Unit, junk, h. Bristol, n. Webster 

avenue [ton, cor. Moore 

Kenney Wm. H. , laborer, h. 77 Washing- 
Kenney, see Kenny, also Kennay 
Kenniston Fred A., engineer Camb. R. 

Co. repair shop, Dunster, bds. r. 43 

Norfolk 
Kenniston George B., cabinet maker, 44 

Cambridge, house at Everett 
Kenny James, cooper, house 13 Antrim 
Kenny James, cooper, h. 8 Eighth 
Kenny John, cooper, bds. 8 Eighth 
Kenny Patrick, house 8 Eighth 
Kenny Thomas, tailor (B.), rms. 8 Eighth 
Kenny, see Ke ney [Walden 

Kensel Carrie T., widow of Geo. A., h. 30 
Kent Christopher, painter (B t ), h. 103 

Tremont 
Kent Geo. A., milkman, bds. 91 Allston 
Kent George H., salesman, 464 Harvard, h. 

25 Western avenue [89 Spring 

Kent George W., teamster, 111 Bridge, h. 
Keopler Ernst, painter, h. 39 Charles 
Keough Daniel, watchman Charles R. St. 

R. Co., house 432 Broadway 
Keough George A., hairdresser, 1 Shep- 
herds block, Charles River 
Keough George A., hairdresser, 420 Har- 
vard, house 1 Charles River 
Keough John, grocer, 36 Harvard, h. do. 
Keough Patrick, shoemaker, 3 Seventh, h. 

house 167 Thorndike 
Keough Roger, driver Cambridge R. Co., 

h. 27 Baldwin 
Keough. see Kehoe 
Kern Francis V. B., conveyancer (23 Court, 

B.), house 94 Franklin [99 Spring 

Kern Henry, cabinet maker, 54 Bridge, h. 
Hern H., at 162 Broadway, h. Clark 
Kern Margaret, widow of Thomas, h. 9 

Carson [21 Cogswell av. 

Kern Rebecca, widow of Theodore, house 
Kernan Charles G., footman, bds. 78 Mt. 

Auburn 
Kernan James, cabinet maker, 7 Boylston, 

and janitor Quincy and Lowell schools, 

house 78 Mt. Auburn 
Kernan Thomas J., coupe driver, 15 Church, 

bds. 78 Mt. Anburn 
Keriaan Edward, plumber, bds. 164 Gore 
Kernan see Kiernan 



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Kerney Bernard, laborer, h. 200 Franklin 
Kerr John S., granite cutter, A. McDonald, 

Mt. Auburn, bds. at Boston 
Kerr Henry, case maker, 162 Broadway, 

h. 32 Clark 
Kerr John, rec. clerk freight house B. & 

L. R. R. , house 174 Third 
Kerr John S., stone cutter, A. McDonald, 

bds. at Boston [Main, bds. Green 

Kerr Robert, manager U. P. Tea Co., 565 
Kerr John C, currier, house 25 Baldwin 
Kerrigan Bridget Mrs., h. 32 Harvard 
Kerrigan James, laborer, house 13 Vine 
Kerrigan James, gardener, h. 1 Baldwin ct. 
Kerrigan James, gardener, bds. 281 Cam- 

bri ge 
Kerrigan James, teamster 3 Hampshire 
Kerrigan John, butcher (B.), h. 4 Lincoln 
Kerrigan John, currier Muller Bros., bds. 

Harvey, cor Montgomery 
Kersey Willard, laborer, h. r. 189 Hamp- 
shire [h. 128 Winsor 
Kershaw Edwin S., sawyer, 162 Broadway, 
Kessleman Christopher, hostler, h. 129 

Webster av. [Co., h. 6 Elm 

Ketchum Charles, clerk American Rubber 
Ketchum George B., apothecary, 272 Broad- 
way, bds. 6 Elm 
Ketchum John, boards 6 Elm 
Ketchum J.C., conductor Camb. R. Co. 
Keyer James H., teamster, h. 88 Harvard 
Keyes Charles S., foreman of case room, 

105 Magazine, h. Walden n. Raymond 
Keyes Edward E., electrotyper, h. Walden 

near Raymond 
Keyes E. E., printer University Press, h. 
Keyes Harriet N., teacher Reed primary 

school, bds. Walden n. Raymond 
Keyes Henry S., clerk (47 High B.), bds. 

4 Centre 
Keyes W. H., sawyer, 3 Hampshire 
Kidd William J., carpenter, h. 39 Charles 
Kidd Margaret Miss, teacher Reed primary 

school 
Kidder Merrill H., h. 99i Cambridge 
Kidd Margaret L. Mrs., h. 3 Dover 
Kidder Wm., cabinet maker, 12, Gore, h. at 

Greenwood 
Kidder William A., collector, (B. & A. R. 

R., East Boston) h. 256 North av. 
Kidder William H., machinist 174 Broad- 
way, h. Cherry 
Kidney* William H., fireman 126 Portland, 

h. 140 Hampshire 
Kiander G. A., wood carver 44 Cambridge, 

h. at South Boston 
Kieley Joseph II. B., marble worker, Alex. 

McDonald bds. Michael A. Kieley's 

McDonald 
Kieley Michael A., painter, (31 Province, 

B.), h. Mt. Auburn, corner McDonald 
Kierman John, bottler 6 Harvard Row, h. 

at Boston 
Kiernan Thos J., supt. of circulation H. 

U. library, h. 25 Trowbridge 



Kiernan, see Kernan 

Kieseling Otts G. F., wood carver, 44 Cam- 
bridge, h. at South Boston 
Kihlberg Charles A., cabinet maker, 602 

Main house 37 Winsor [School 

Kihlberg William, piano stool maker, b. 70 
Kilbreth Frank L., carpenter, 113 Broad- 
way, h. 54 Columbia [165 Broadway 
Kilburn Cornelius, at 126 Portland, rooms 
Kilburn Curwin H., foreman Webster & 

Co. (Maiden), house Crescent, next 

Sacramento 
Kilburn Edward J., clerk (1131 Tremont, 

B.), house 28 Norfolk 
Kilburn Maria E. Mrs., h. 15 Green 
Kilcoyne John, currier, r. 370 North av. 

bds. PM. Boardman's Jackson [Lawn 
Kilduff Bernard, plasterer, h. Cushing, cor. 
Kiley Daniel, laborer, h. 22 Flagg 
Kiley Joseph, marble worker A. McDonald, 

Mt. Auburn, h. McDonald [ington 

Kiley John, laborer, h. 1 Rogers blk., Wash- 
Kiley John, laborer, bds, 7 Hayes ct. 
Kiley P., lumper, 139 Broadway, b s. rear 

171 Otis 
Kilfoile John, laborer, house 12 Hancock 
Kilfoile John, jr., clerk, 150 Court (B.), 

bds. 12 Hancock [Hancock 

Kilfoile Michael J., bartender, bds. 12 
Kilfoy James, confectioner, 42 Elm, bds. 12 

Hancock 
Killeen Lawrence, currier, h. Sargent 
Killey Lawrence, currier at Fischers tannery 

house Sargent 
Killey Michael, teaser, N. E. Glass Co. 
Killey William, laborer, h. 5 Carson 
Killenberger, William, at 162 Broadway, h. 

155 Otis 
Killoran Thomas, laborer, h. 22 Carson 
Killoren Margaret Mrs., house 60 Cedar 
Killoren Thomas J., painter, bds. 60 Cedar 
Killourhy Patrick, laborer, (Somerville) h. 

200 Norfolk 
Killum Robert, blacksmith, h. 366 North av. 
Kilmarn Michael, laborer 84 Bridge, house 

81 do. [Cushing 

Kilroy Patrick, city laborer, h. Locust, n. 
Kilroy P., driver Camb, R. Co. 
Kilroy Patrick jr., driver Camb. R. Co., b. 

Patrick Kilroy 's, Locust 
Kilroy Thomas, laborer, bds. Patrick Kil- 
roy 's, Locust [351 Harvard 
Kimball Benj., lawyer, (8 Congress B.), h. 
Kimball Daniel, driver Chas. R. St. R. Co. 
Kimball Daniel M., letter carrier, h. 211 

Harvard 
Kimball Delia, wid. of Baxter, h. 160 Gore 
Kimball Ephriam F.,trav. salesman (55 Bed- 

ord, B.), h. 2 Ashbarion place 
Kimball Frank C, 169 Gore, bds. 160 do. 
Kimball Frederick W., machinist, h. 60 

Waverly 
Kimball J. Franklin, merchant tailor, 589 

Main, house 49 Austin 
Kimball William, bds. 151 Mt. Auburn 



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KIMBALL, & CHILD, (Samuel 
Kimball and Spencer Child), props. 

Cambridge Ice Co., 120 Hampshire 
Kimberry Samuel, h. 9 Flagg st. court 
Kimpton Charles W., picture frame maker, 

bds. 22 Prince [Prince 

Kimpton Lucien O., gold beater, bds. 22 
Kimpton Joseph C goldbeater, b. 22 Prince 
Kimpton Lucien P., bookkeeper, h. 22 

Prince [37 Wash. 

Kindlund Alfred, picture frames, (B.), h. 
Kiner Armon A", watchman (steamer John 

Brooks), h. 20 Upton 
King Alexander, engineer (76 Sudbury, 

B.), house 51 Moore 
King Ann, wid. of Michael, h. 96 Spring 
King Barney, hairdresser, 459i Main, h. 31 

Webster avenue 
King Benjamin, engineer N. E. Glass Works 

h. 74 Cambridge 
King Benjamin, broker, h. 18 Clinton 
King Benjamin, engineer N. E. Glass Co. 
King Benjamin T.. clerk (518 Washington, 

(B.). bds. 18 Clinton 
King Bridget, widow of Prtrick h. 66 Vine 
King Collin jr.. porter, h. 31 Elmer 
King Eliza, widow of Wm., h. 5 Cedar sq. 
King Fred. R., butcher, boards 173 Lake 

View avenue 
King George F., mate tug-boat, "Henry 

Chapel," house 382 Cambridge 
King George H., painter. 460 Main, house 

10 Fairmont avenue 
King Gustavus, hairdresser, basement 622 

Main, house 91 Green 
King Hannah, widow, house 88 Fourth 
King James, house 35 Essex 
King James, painter, house 41 Charles 
King John, cabinet-maker, 44 Cambridge 
King John B., teamster, 125 Cambridge, h. 

128 Third [15 Washington 

King John H., confectioner, 503 Main, bds. 
King Joseph C, plumber, 634 Main, boards 

354 Broadway 
King Kate, dressmaker, house 41 Charles 
King Louisa B. Miss, boards 121 Magazine 
King Lydia S-, house 113 Prospect 
King L. B. Mrs., dressmaker, 74 Camb., 

house do. 
King Mary, widow of Patrick, house 15 

Washington 
King Michael, laborer, boards 164 Gore 
King Moses, publisher and bookseller, 400 

Harvard, boards 12 Story [15 Carson 
King Owen, helper, 240 Cambridge, house 
King Paul, waiter (B.), rooms 3 Spring pi. 
King Peter, stone-mason, house 133 Web- 
ster avenue 
King Samuel A., clerk (34 New Fa."jeuil 

Hall market, B.), house 38 Sacramento 
King Thomas, teamster, 253 Cambridge, b. 

15 Carson [do. 

King Thomas, hostler, foot of Murray, rms. 
King Thos. C, clerk, 130 Camb., b. 66 Vine 



King William, boards Fresh Pond Hotel 
King William, carpenter, State, cor. Osborn 
King William R., clerk (79 Commercial, 

Boston), boards 18 Clinton 
King Zelotus, hairdresser, basement 622 

Main, board:* 91 Green 
Kingman Carrie M. Miss, teacher Webster 

grammar school, house 48 Magazine 
Kingsley Chester W., treasurer Excelsior 
Coal Mining Co. (19 Congress, B.), 
house 10 Chester 
Kingsley Elizabeth, widow of Henry, vari- 
ety store, 64 Fifth house 140 Spring 
Kingsley Samuel L., wood-moulder, 139 

Broadway, house 167 Harvard 
Kingsley Samuel M., teamster, 91 Broad- 
way, boards 8 Davis 
Kingston Thomas R., teamster, b. 151 Otis 
Kinnear Alexander, turner, house 34 Spring 
Kinnear Conrad I)., assistant sealer and city 

lamplighter, house 118 Prospect 
Kinnear John, printer (18 Post-office sq., 

Boston), house 34 Mount Auburn 
Kinnear Joseph, book-keeper (4 Summer, 

Boston), boards 34 Mount Auburn 
Kinneen Patrick J., horse-shoer, house 269 

Mount Auburn 
Kinney Emma, widow of Ralph, h. 9 Fifth 
Kinney Eugene S.,203 Bridge, house at So. 
Boston [Watertown 

Kinney John, tinsmith, 368 Main, house at 
Kinney Michael, laborer, house 27 Vine 
Kinney Samuel, carpenter, house 59 West- 
ern avenue [h. 51 Sixth 
Kinsley Charles E., clerk (4 Park, Boston), 
Kinsley Edward B. P. Mrs., house 51 Sixth 
Kinsley Henry, machinist, house 52 Winsor 
Kinsley Winnifred Mrs., house 120 Fourth 
Kinsman Eben, furniture-mover (52 Chas., 

Boston), house 97 Winsor 
Kinsman Edgar O., dentist, 15 Brattle, h. 

48 Shepard 
Kinsman John 0., telescope-maker Alvan 
Clark & Sons, Henry, house 13 Watson 
Kippenberger Adam, baker, house 6 Lopez 
Kirby John L., tinman, 153 Putnam av., 
house 171 do. [rooms 62 Otis 

Kirby J. L. K., machinist (Cornhill. B.), 
Kirby Michael, piano-polisher, 20 Albany, 
house at Somerville [Warren 

Kirby Michael, laborer, 169 Gore, house 22 
Kirby Michael J., gardener, house 11 Dins- 
more court [tier, 428 Camb., h. do. 
Kirch er Charles (Kirchner & Keefe). bot- 

KIKCHNER & KEEFE (Chas. 
Kirchner and John Keefe), bottlers, 

428 Cambridge 
Kirk John D,, carpenter, house 12 Jay 
Kirk John AV., banker and broker (29 New, 

New York), house 21 Craigie 
Kirk J., printer University Press 
Kirker John, tinsmith (6 Purchase, B.), 

house 33 Blackstone [b. 33 Blackstone 
Kirker John D., plumber (50 Howard, B.), 



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Kirley George F., baker (B.),h. 49 Winsor 
Kirley James J., mould-maker, house 456 
Cambridge [Camb. 

Kirsch Ernst, carriage-maker, house 426 
Kirschten Gustavus. decorator N. E. Glass 

Co., house 6 Sixth 
Kirwan Michael, laborer, h. 159 Franklin 
Kissane John, laborer, house 243 Franklin 
Kissane Michael, laborer, h. 243 Franklin 
Kissane Patrick, laborer, h. 243 Franklin 
Kissling Lawrence, brush-maker, 124 Har- 
vard, house 98 Tremont [130 Green 
Kittredge George T., clerk, 561 Main, h. 
Kittredge Jesse H., house 130 Green 
Kivlan George, compositor Riverside Press, 

house at Boston 
Kivlan John, teamster, boards 36 Gore 
Kivlan Peter, printer, boards 23 Kockwell 
Kivlan Peter F., teamster, house 36 Gore 
Kivlan William, assist, foreman composing- 
room Riverside Press, h. 23 Rockwell 
Kivlan William H., pressman Riverside 

Press, house 84 River 
Klakas Henry, cigar-maker, boards 3 Green 
Kief beck John, at 17 Main 
Kjellstrom Nils J., foreman carvers, 44 

Cambridge, rooms 95 Otis 
Kline Joseph, iron-moulder, Third, corner 

Bent, house 59 Hampshire 
Klines S., machinist, 92 Main 
Knapp Annie Mrs., teacher Putnam gram- 
mar school, h. GG Thorndike 
Knapp Edward E., student (Amherst), b. 

GG Thorndike 
Knapp Emily T., widow of Rev. Henry M., 

h. 4 Prospect 
Knapp Frederick B., instructor and supt. 

of buildings, H. U., h. at Arlington 
Knapp Geo. F., asst. at (Institute Tech., 

B.), h. GG Thorndike 
Knapp Jane, widow, h. 17 Boardman 
Knappe Carl F.. agent (B.), h. 28 Howard 
Kneeland Daniel J., fish and oysters, h. 1 

Soden place 
Kneeland Edward P., b. 144 Thorndike 
Kneeland Frank, b. 20 Mill 
Kneeland Frederick S., stock broker (Con- 
gress, B.), h. 144 Thorndike 
Kneeland Henry, teamster, 13 Broadway, 

h. 20 Mill 
Kneeland James, teamster, h. 164 Main 
Kneeland James, laborer, 184 Broadwav, 

h. 52 Clark 
Kneeland John, mason, h. 11 Reed 
Kneeland John H., watchman, h. 164 Main 
Kneeland Thomas IL, blacksmith, 11 

Church, b, 20 Mill 
Kneeland Wm. T., broker (7 State, B.), h. 

144 Thorndike 
Knight Charles, cooper, b. 116 Gore 
Knight Clarence E., blacksmith, 53 Main, 

h. at Boston 
Knight Elbridge E., tinman, 153 Put- 
nam av., h. 30 Winthrop 



Knight Eliza A., widow of George, house 7 
Marvin pi. 

Knight Frank F., mason, h. 168Pntnam av. 

Knight Harry, laborer, h. 24 Somerset 

Knight Harry T., asst. baggage master (O. 
C. R. R., B.), b. 56 Austin 

Knight Joseph R. Mrs., h. 15 Third 

Knight J. King, dentist, 432 Harvard, h. 
at Hyde Park 

Knight Wm., provisions, b. Hotel Camb. 

Knight Wm. H. A., physician and surgeon, 
473 Main, h. do. 

Knight Wm. H., bowling alley, 43 Otis, b. 
Hotel Camb., do. 

Knight Wm. H., book binder, h. 14£ Wes- 
tern a v. [39 Holyoke 

Knights Anson B., clerk (4 Alden, B.), h. 

Knights Catherine Livingston Mrs., dress- 
maker, h. 39 Holyoke 

Knights Edward, gilder, Riverside Bindery, 
h. at Allston 

Knights Samuel R. (S. R. Knights & Co., 
auctioneer 595£ Main, h. at Boston 

Knights Sarah A., widow of D. S., house 93 
Chestnut 

Knights Simon, watchman, Murry st. stable, 
Camb. R. Co. 

KNIGHTS S. R. & CO. (Samuel 
R. Knights), auctioneers, 596£ 
Main and (226 Wash., B.) 
Knoerr Albert, action maker, 139 Broad- 
way, h. 395£ Camb. 
Knop Henrv, painter, h. 32 Baldwin 

KNOTT NATHANIEL W. T M 
gas fixtures (27 Bromfield, B.), h. 3 

Potter park 
Knowland James A., agent Armstrong 

Transfer Co. (B. & L. R. R., B.), h. 

96 Columbia 
Knowles David K., foreman of sausage 

room, 169 Gore, h. at Somerville 
Knowles John S., engineer, 25 Mt. Auburn 
Knowles Lydia S., widow of Willard, h. 74 

Pleasant [pect 

Knowles Nathan S., crackers, h. 119 Pros- 
Knowles Richard, carpenter, h. 59 Western 

avenue [162 Auburn 

Knowles Thomas L., carriage painter, b. r. 
Knowles Zoheth R., cabinet maker, 54 

Bridge, h. at Charlestown [place 

Knowlton Abraham, mason, b. 13 Pleasant 
Knowlton Benjamin E., machinist (19 Char. 

don, B.), h. 69 Washington 
Knowlton George B., paper hanger, h. 18 

River [16 Dunster 

Knowlton George W., driver, 904 Main, h. 
Knowlton John, cutter (68 Summer, B.), 

h. 1 Ballord place 
Knowlton Lena Mrs,, h. 18 River 
Knowlton Michael, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 

17 McCabe 
Knox Alexander, salesman (Hogg, Brown 

& Taylor, Wash., B.), b. 63 Green 
Knox David, clerk, 334 Main, h. 6 Moore 



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Knox Frank C, at University Press, h. 37 

Putnam av. 
Knox James, salesman (B.), h. 164 Main 
Knox John W., mnfr. hand stamps (21 

Milk, B.), h. 7 Moore 
Knox Wm. A., engineer B. & L. R. R., h. 

07 Otis 
Knox Wm. AV., machinist, h. 7 Moore 
Koch Adam A., restaurant, Lyceum bldg., 

Harvard sq., h. 15£ Wallace 
Koch Emile, carver, rms. 51 Sixth 
Koch Louis, pedler, h. 143 Webster av. 
Kohlhepp Christian, lager beer, 165 Camb., 

h. 203 do. 
Koppe Albert, wood carver, h. 22 Spring 
Koppe Henrietta, widow, h. 90 Sixth 
Kopp Adam, baker, h. 41 Uuion 
Kordulasinski Waclaw, butcher, h. r. 19£ 

Bridge 
Korman Frank, driver, 63 Elm, b. do. 
Korman John, currier, h. 20 Clay 
Kotlie George W., coppersmith (65 Merri- 
mack. B.), h. 13 Winter 
Kovarik John, cabinet maker, 54 Bridge, 

h. 169 Spring 
Kozeluh Rozalie, widow, h. 159 Spring 
Kraas Adolph, silversmith, h. 36 Clark 
Kraetzer Edwin J., hats, caps, etc. (107 

Court, B.), h. 29 Sacramento 
Krall Bartholomew, coppersmith, h. 23 Wil- 
low [Cogswell av. 
Kramer Harry, bookbinder (B.), house 10 
Krause Ernest A., silver gilder (Pitts, B.), 

h Hollis, n. Spruce 
Krieger Robert, driver, h. 28 Banks 
Kroepseh Robert, baker, 442 Camb., h. 169 

Norfolk 
Krous A., hostler Camb. R. Co., 201 Main 
Krulgel Wm. E., at 162 Broadway, h. 32 

Newton st., Somerville 
Krup Henry, pedler, n. 23 Brewery 
Krup Moses, pedler, b. 23 Brewery 
Kuebler Michael, currier, 70 North ave., 

h. do. 
Kuhaupt Henry, h. 9 Portland 
Kuhn Caroline Miss, h. 32 Pine 
Kuhn George W., clerk, h. 32 Pine 
Kunster Ernest, lithographer, h. 22 Spring 
Kusick John, ship carpenter, h. 52 Mt. Au- 
burn 
Kuster Fred, carriage trimmer, h. 45 Wright 

LABOO HENRIETTA, widow of John, 
house 86 Harvard 

Labile Albert, tinsmith, 381 Camb. 

Lacaa Joseph, blacksmith, house 6 Eighth 

LaCasa Duncan F., ornamenter (151 Black- 
stone, B.), house 162 Pleasant 

Lacasse John, currier Miiller Bros. 

Lacasse Samuel, carpenter, h 35 Harvey 

Lacerda Augusta B., house r. 96 Camb. 

Lacey James, honse 10 Third 

Lacey John, currier Miiller Bros., house 
Spruce, cor Cedar 



Lacey John, fireman (B.), h. 123 Portland 
Lacey Michael, laborer, 162 Broadway, h. 

3 Webster avenue 
Lacey Thomas, lab., house 123 Portland 
Lacey W., hostler Camb. R. Co., 201 Main 
Lacey Wm. F., hostler Camb. R. R., bds. 

23 Brewery [Main 

LaClair Leon, tinsmith, h. 11 Rogers block, 
LaCroix George J., wood engraver (28 

School, B.), bds. 14 Broadway 
Lacey Patrick F., liquors, 19 Wash., h. do. 
Ladd Frank P., hay, grain and straw, 345 

North avenue, near R. R. crossing, h. 

at Somerville [Somerville 

Ladd Fred A., clerk, 345 North av., bds. at 
Ladd Fred W., house Bracket* place 
Ladd George W., clerk (13 Tremont, B.), 

boards 18 Shepard 
Ladd John S., house 2 Frost 
Laffey Thomas, conductor Camb. R. Co., 

house at Watertown 
Laforce Mary, music teacher, 42 Sidney h do 
Lagalee Frank, box maker, bds. 45 Winsor 
Lagier Lucy, widow of John, h. 124 Spruce 
Laha James H., painter, house 6 Hamilton 
Laha Mary A. Mrs., variety store, 6 Hamil- 
ton, house do. 
Lahey Dennis, lab., bds. 108 Kinnaird 
Lahey D., driver Camb. R. Co. 
Lahey John, teamster, 360 Cambridge, 

house at Somerville 
Lahey Joh , lab. 169 Gore, h. 14 Warren 
Lahey John, lab., house 11 Hayes court 
Lahey Michael, shipping clerk 169 Gore 
Lahey Michael, lab., house 204 Franklin 
Lahey M., watchman, Harvard sq. stable 

Cambridge R. Co. 
Lahey Patrick, lab. 169 Gore, h. 26 Winter 
Lahey Patrick, lab. C H. North & Co. 

(Somerville), house r. 24 Jefferson 
Laidler Marv Miss, house 168 Court 
Laing Alfred A., clerk, 641 Main, h 686 do 
Lake Charles H., h. 727 Cambridge 
Lakeman Nellie M. Miss, dressmaker, house 

5 White 
Lake George W., collector, house 37 Erie 
Lalley Frank E., clerk, 40 Boylston, house 

Brown, c. Brattle 
Lalley John, plasterer, house 26£ Banks 
Lalley John H., grocer, 26£ Banks, h. do. 

LAJLLEY 'tllOJJIAS O., grocer, 
40 Boylston, house 1 Mill 

Lalley Thomas G. jr., clerk 40 Boylston, b. 
1 Mill 

Lally Frank E., grocer, Cushing, c. Locust 
house do. [h. 24 Cowperthwaite 

Lally John D., bookbinder Riverside Press, 

Lally John J., sawyer, 3 Hampshire, house 
rear 163 Spring 

Lally Lawrence P., lager beer box maker, 
78 School, boards 9 Plymouth 

Lally Michael, whitewasher, house 8 Stev- 
ens court [Plymouth 

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Lally Thomas F., clerk 26£ Banks, h. do. 
Lally Wm. J., pressman University Press, 

boards. 26^ Banks 
Lamb diaries, at Amer. Tube Works 

(Somerville), bds. 60 Amory 
Lamb Charles K. Mrs., house Willard, cor. 

Brattle 
Lamb Fayette, plumber (52 Kilby, B.), h. 

2 Avon place [ville), b. 60 Amory 

Lamb Frank, at Am. Tube Works (Somer- 
Lamb George, conveyancer (13 Kilby, room 

8, B.), house 9 Ellsworth av. 
Lamb George T., hairdresser (Union, B.), 

boards 10 State 
Lamb Henry J., carriage painter, 178 North 

avenue, house 9 Salem 
Lamb Henry W. (Lamb & Ritchie), lead 

pipe innfr., Albany, house at Brookline 
Lamb J., driver Camb. R. R. Co. 
Lamb James, horseshoer, Brookline, c. 

Erie, house 10 Salem 
Lamb Joseph, plumber, 599£ Main, bds. 16 

Salem [10 Salem 

Lamb Joseph J., plumber, 5994 Main, bds. 
Lamb Michael F., teamster, h. 60 Amory 
Lamb Roland O., bookkeeper (16 Sears 

building, B.), house 19 Sacramento 
Lamb Thos., plumber, 26 River, boards 60 

Amory 
Lally Thos. G., grocer, house 1 Mill 
Lamb & Ritchie (Henry W. Lamb and Da- 
vid A. Ritchie), sheet metal pipes, Al- 
bany, near Main 
Lambert Ellen, widow of Michael J., house 

205 Appleton 
Lambert Garrett H, mason, house 27 Tuttle 
Lambert Herbert L., tinsmith, 2 Holyoke, 

boards 76 Norfolk 
Lambert John C, lab., house 43 Wash. 
Lambert John C. , waiter, house 20 Brewery 
Lambert John X., tinsmith, h. 76 Norfolk 
Lambert Lewis, porter (B.). b. 43 Wash. 
Lambert Lewis, waiter, bds 20 Brewery 
Lambert Martin, lab., house r. 70 Spring 
Lambert Patrick J., brass finisher, house 

8k Foster 
Lambert Thos. F., plasterer, h. 48 Foster 
Lambert Wm. B., window glass (53 and 55 

Brattle, B.), house 21 Craigie 
Lamkey Charles E., sawyer, 44 Cambridge 

house 62 Thorndike 
Lamoir Emile, safemaker, 17 Main 
Lamoir Fred, safemaker, 17 Main 
Lamsed George, lab., bds. 83 Broadway 
Lamson Albert H., clerk (53 Oliver, B.), 

boards 233 Harvard 
Lamson Anna S. Miss teacher Webster 

grammar school, rooms 102 Austin 
Lamson Arthur F., salesman, h. 42 Sidney 
Lamson Asa C, real estate, house 43 Essex 
Lamson Charles H., machinist, 356 Main, 

bds. 42 Sidney [61 Market 

Lamson Fred U., salesman, 31 Elm, house 



LAMSON JOHN H., sign and or- 
namental painter, 573 Main, h. 4 
Robbins block, Prospect 
Lamson Mary J.,.wid. of Rufus,h. 43 Essex 
Lamsou Rufus W., mason, 233 Harvard, 
h. do. [h.30 Davis 

Lanahan Daniel D., engineer, 122 Harvard, 
Lancaster E. M., at University Press 
Lancet Geo., ironworker Boston Bridge 

Works, h. 83 Broadway 
Lander Francis A., h. 20 Fairmont 
Lander Frederick A., entry clerk (48 Can- 
al. B.), b. 20 Fairmont 
Lander Harriet P. Miss, clerk pension of- 
fice (B.), b. 20 Fairmont 
Lander Joseph A., ticket agent, Prospect 
Skating Academy, 8 Prospect, bds. 20 
Fairmont 
Lander Ruth E. Miss, teacher Shepard 

grammar school 
Landerkin Albert L., machinist, house 56 

Boylston 
Landerkin J. Edward, machinist, b. 32 Front 

LANDERKIN LLEWELLYN, 
machinist, Rhoades' mill, State, h. 32 

Front 
Landers David, laborer, h. 19 Vine 
Landers Morris, laborer Cambridge ceme- 
tery, h. 10 Maynard place 
Landman Bradford H., confectionery, 24 

Boylston, b. 19 Winthrop 
Landrv John, carpenter, 7 Western ave., h. 

Clark 
Landry Juliun, carpenter, h. 46 Clark 
Landry Neal, carpenter, b. 8 Rockwell 
Landy Bridget, widow of Joseph, h. 21 

Banks 
Landy John, painter, h. 21 Banks 
Landy Joseph, painter, b. 21 Banks 
Lane Andrew, at C. H. North's, b. 273 

Cambridge 
Lane Andrew, laborer, b. 141 Elm 
Lane Caroline M. Mrs., h. 19 Oxford 
Lane Chandler B., carpenter, 113 Broadway 
Lane Cornelius, laborer (Somerville), h. 2 

Fourth 
Lane Cornelius, plasterer, h. 6 Lopez 
Lane Dennis, blacksmith, h. 4 Lechmere 

bldg. , Lechmere sq. 
Lane Dennis, laborer, h. 17 West 
Lane Dennis F., marble-worker, 53 Main, 

n. 173 Bridge 
Lane Edward, wood turner, 384 Main, b. at 

Revere 
Lane Edward B., rooms 107 Prrspect 
Lane Elias N.,h. 28 Western avenue 
b. 28 Western ave. 
, wood turner, 384 Main, b. 



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Lane George M., Pope Professor of Latin, 

H. U., h. 42 Quincy 
Lane Jane L. Miss, h. 678 Main 
Lane Joanna, wid. of John, h. 29 Warren 
Lane John, gate tender B. & L. R. R., 

Prison Point hridge, h. \2~h Bridge 
Lane John, laborer, h, 7 Blair pi. 
Lane John, laborer, h. 51 North 
Lane John (Harvey and Lane), carriage- 
smith, 35 Gore, h. 96 do. 
Lane John T., teamster, b. 7 Blair place 
Lane J. Frederick, bookkeeper Cambridge- 
port Savings Bank, 635 Main, b. 42 
Western av. 
Lane John, currier Muller Bros. 
Lane John H.,at Hewes pottery, Crescent av. 
Lane Patrick, laborer, h. 173 Bridge 
Lane Peter Mrs., h. 42 Western av. 
Lane Samuel G., machinery (211 Wash- 
ington, B.), h. 107 Prospect 
Lane Sarah Mrs., h. 158 Harvard 
Lane Timt-thy, laborer Union Glass Works, 

h. 7 Jefferson 
Lane Thomas, cooper, h. 29 Warren 
Lane Thomas, printer (B,), b. 4 Lechmere 

bldg., Lechmere sq. 
Lane Wm. C, physician, 12 Hastings, h.do. 
Lane Wm. C, asst. H. U. library, b. 19 
Oxford 

Lane . travelling salesman (B.), bds. 

275 Broadway 
Lang Albert, planer, h. 223 Broadway ,No. 5 
Lang Anestina, wid. of Lewis, house 105 

Kinniard 
Lang Burt, printer, b. 218 Green 
Lang Charles H., officer House of Correc- 
tion, h. Thorndike, c. Third 
Lang Ferdinand, printer, h. 105 Kinniard 
Lang Henry, bookbinder Riverside Press,, 

h. 115 Pntnam ave. 
Lang Hugh, iron-moulder, h. 170 Norfolk 
Lang John C. (John C. Lang & Son), 517 

Main, h. 129 Green 
Lang John C. & Son (John C. and John H. 

Lang), cigar innfrs., 517 Main 
Lang John H. (John C. Lang & Son), 517 

Main, h. 11 State 
Lang Joseph H., driver, 345 North avenue, 

h. 19 Rice 
Lane Susan M. Miss. b. 2 Holmes pi. 
Lang Win. , at 220 Portland 
Lang Wm. H., cigar maker, 517 Main, b. 
129 Green [h. do. 

Langan James Mrs., dry goods, 8 Portland, 
Langdell Christopher . ., Prof. H. U., h. 

37 Quincy 
Langdon Woodbury T-, asst. engineer Re- 
vere Sugar Refinery, h. r. 122 Otis 
L'Ange Cyril, brick maker, h. 152 Spruce 
L'Ange Pierre, brickmaker, B. S. B .Co. 
Langer Charles, confectionery, b. 83 Col- 
umbia 
Langford George A., h. 24 Union 
Langford Hiram, laborer, h. r. 88 Harvard 
Langford Richard. laborer, h. r. 57 Harvard 



LANGFORD W. K., h. 24 Union 
Langley Arthur, potter, h. 70 Spruce 
Langley Charles H., wood and coal and (C. 

H. Langley & Co.), fish, Hampshire, c. 

Elm, b. 41 Elm 
Langley C. H. & Co. (C. H. Langley and 

E. A. Mason), fish, Hampshire, c. Elm 
Langley Daniel C, painter, h. 155 Main 
Langley Edward M., clerk R. M. Service, 

h. Fairmont, c. River [41 do. 

Langley Edwin C, engineer, 31 Elm, h. 
Langley Eliza J. Miss, lodging-bouse, 143 

Thorndike 
Langley Geo. L., switchman F. R. R. (B.), 

h- 111 Gore 
Langley Joseph, laborer, h. Concord av., 

next F. R. R. crossing [h. 109 Gore 
Langley Lauren F., clerk, 89 Cambridge, 
Langley Martin V., teamster and weigher 

126 Portland, house 21 Tremont 
Langley Mary, widow of Jeremiah, house 

Concord Avenue, near F. R. R. 
Langley Olive E., widow of Lauren F., h. 

Ill Gore [Kirkland 

Langmaid Dorcas, wid. of Sam'l H., h. 78 

Langtry , cooper, house 224 Bridge 

Lanigan Thos., helper, b. 10 Broadway 
LaNoirFred L., safe maker 17 Main 
LaNoir Lonis, laborer, h. 2 Pioneer Place 
Lanscom L., driver Camb. R. Co. 
Lantigua Andrew, cigar maker, house 44 

Putnam Av. 
Lapham George F. Jr., salesman (164 Dev- 
onshire, B.), boards 254 North Ave. 
Lapierre Elie H., apothecary 32 River, h. 

30 do. [River 

Lapierre Sarah E., wid. of Elie F., h. 30 
Lapoint Arthur, clerk, house 4 Clifton 
Lapoint Eli, carpenter, h. 122 Spruce 
Lapoint Joseph, trimmer 162 Broadway, h. 
11 Willow [Co., h. Spruce 

Laraschell Octave, brick maker B. S. B. 
Larick C, at 162 Broadway, h. 99 Otis 
Larivee Joseph, salesman (Jordan Marsh 

& Co., B,), h. 2 Hastings 
Larkin D.. hostler Camb. R. Co. 
Larkin David, lab , h. 152 Charles 
Larkin Dennis, express driver N. Y. & B. 

Express, h. 510 Main 
Larkin Dennis M., express driver, house 

116 Western Avenue 
Larkin Jas., machinist 92 Main 
Larkin James J. /boiler maker 92 Main, h. 

17 Pioneer Avenue 
Larkin John (John Larkin & Co.), junk 54 

Camb., house at Wakefield 
Larkin John & Co. (John Larkin), junk 54 
Cambridge [erville 

Larkin John J., clerk 80 Fifth, b. at Som- 
Larkin Lawrence, teamster*, h. 8 Hastings 
Larkin Michael J., laborer, house 2 Walk- 
er's Court [21 Lee 
Larkin Patrick, porter (100 High, B.), b. 
Larkin S., machinist 92 Main 
Larkin T. , hostler Camb. R. Co. 



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Larner Frances Mrs., fur repairer 52 Pros- 
pect, house, do. 
Larner Thomas F. M., tea dealer (24Doane, 

B.), house 52 Prospect 
Larose Maurice, brick mason, house Clif- 
ton, near Spruce [b'ock, Main 
Larson Ola, tailor (B.), bds. 7 Rogers 
Larsson Martin, painter, b. 5 Lincoln Ct. 
Larsson Otto, wood turner 131 Broadway, 

boards 187 Main 

Larsson Victor, wood turner 131 Broadway 

house 137 Main [Baldwin 

Lary Michael, baker 1 Harvard Sq., h. 31 

LaSalle Wm., broom maker, boards B. Le- 

Croix's, Crescent Av. 
Lasselle Sarah E. Mrs., music teacher 139 

Thorndike, house do. 
Lathe Leonora F. Mrs., physician 34 Aus- 
tin, house do. 
Lathe Melinda E. Miss, h. 5 State 
Lathrop James G., at Hemenway gymnasi- 
um H. U. , h. 13 Avon 
Lathrop Wm. L., cigars (8 Washington and 

102 Union, B.), h. 31 Franklin 
Latimer Jas. A., physician 57 Otis, h. do. 
Latour John F., hairdresser 182 North A v. 
and (Burrill & Latour), 173 North Av.. 
h. 42 Mt. Auburn [near Russell 

Laughlin Julia A., nurse, house 202 Elm, 
Laughlin J. Laurence, Prof, of Political 

Economy H. U., house 101 Brattle 
Laughran Mary, widow of Michael, h. 70 

Wright 
Laughran Michael W., lab., b. 70 Wright 
Laurie Chas., bookbinder (47 Franklin, 

B.), h. 39 Erie 
Laurier Wilfred, cabinetmaker, b. 58 Green 
Laurillard A. G. T., painter B. & L. R. R., 

house at Lexington 
Lavais Paul, grocer 100 Spruce, h. do. 
Lavan Patrick, laborer (F. R. R., B.), h. 
141 Elm [Elm 

Lavan Thos., lab. (F. R. R., B.j, h. 137 
Lavell Andrew Mrs., h. 8 Foster Place 
Lavers Chas. W. (178 Devonshire, room 

24, B.), b. H. H. Lavers', Avon PI. 
Lavers Harris H., h. Avon Place 
Lavey Wm. J., machinist (B ), boards 161 
Columbia [h. 6 Eighth 

Laviolette Alfred, furniture polisher (B.), 
Lavoine Eugene, laborer, b. 51 Raymond 
Lavoix Albert, broom maker, house Cres- 
cent Avenue, corner Raymond 
Lavoix Ambrose, broom maker, h. Cresc nt 

Avenue, c. Raymond 
Law Annie C widow of Chas., h. 14 Eliot 
Law David, electrician, h. 61 Austin 
Law Elizabeth, widow of Thomas, h. 225 

Broadway, room 1 
Law Emerson W., clerk Third Distrirt Ct. 
City bldg. Brattle Sq., b. Philip Nut- 
ting's, Nutting Place 
Law Frederick W., conductor Camb. R. 
Co., boards 14 Eliot 



Law George A., action maker 113 Broad- 
way, house 225 do., room 1 
Law Herbert J., electrician, b. 61 Austin 
Lauback Isaac, foreman tinsmith Seavey & 

Co., Third, b. Hote 1 Camb. 
Lawler Patrick, farmer, h. 168 Dublin 
Lawless Anastatia, widow of John, house 

17 Sparks St. Place 
Lawless John, lab., h. 7 Water 
Lawless Patrick, lab., b. 53 Vine 
Lawless Richard, car inspector (B. & L. R. 

R., B.), h. 36 Camb. 

Lawlor Patrick, laborer, h. 7 Baldwin Ct. 

Lawrence Adolph, locksmith, h. 269 Put- 
nam Avenue 

Lawrence Betsey L. Miss, h. 53 Fifth 

Lawrence Chas., produce (6 New F. H. 
market, B.), h. 55 Camb. 

Lawrence Charles F., provisions 274 Broad- 
way, house 67 Norfolk [Prospect 

Lawrence Chas. H., printer (B.), b. 160 

Lawrence Dolly D., widow of James K., h. 
29 Second 

Lawrence Edw., clerk, b. 55 Camb. 

Lawrence EllaL., widow of Benjamin, b. 
8 Donnell 

Lawrence F. Walter, machinist, b. 179 Main 

Lawrence George A., painter, h. 36 Moore 

Lawrence George B., book-keeper (292 
Commercial, Boston), house 10 Perry 

Lawren^eTJeorge H., produce (104 Faneuil 
Hall Market, Boston), h. 6 Maple av. 

Lawrence George P., lawyer (28 Pember- 
ton square, Boston), house 12 Mason 

Lawrence Herbert T. (L. G. Burnham & 
Co.), wood and coal, 221 Bridge, house 

18 Prospect [catur 
Lawrence John, clergyman, boards 25 De- 
Lawrence John P., poultry (48 Faneuil 

Hall Market, Boston), h. 407 Broadway 
Lawrence Joseph S., hairdresser, 179 

Bridge, house 5 Mullen's court 
Lawrence J., lumber, 137 Broadway 
Lawrence Louis K., chair-maker, boards 57 
Green [b. 32 Western av. 

Lawrence Obed P., shipper, 150 Broadwav, 
Lawrence Oscar, action-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 222 do. 
Lawrence William Rev., professor Episco- 
pal Theological School, h. 108 Brattle 
Lawrence William T. Rev., h. 54 Brattle 
Lawrenceson Rudolph, locksmith, house 269 

Putnam avenne 
Laws Albert, laborer, house 6 Flagg-st. ct. 
Laws Charles H., machinist, 356 Main, h. 
18 Western avenue [18 Western av. 
Laws Elizabeth A., widow of William, h. 
Laws F. W., conductor Cambridge R. Co. 
Laws George, action-maker, 113 Broadway 
Lawson Andrew J., journalist, house 198 
Putnam avenue [Thorndike 

Lawson Charles, cabinet-maker, house 41 
Lawson Chas. E. W., mason, h. 55 Winsor 
Lawson Francis C, house 91 Fi tli 



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Lawton George F., clerk, boards 1 Fifth 
Law son Georgiana Miss, h. r. 37 C lumbia 
Law son Mary E. Miss, boards 233 Harvard 
Lawson Kebecca A., wid., h. 38 Washington 
Lawson Thomas, variety store, 163 Main, 

house 161 do. 
Lawson Thomas W. , house 15 Tremont 
Lawton John, hack-driver, 43 Cambridge, 

boards 1 Fifth 
Lawton Joseph H., coppersmith, b. 1 Fifth 
Lawton Margaret, wid. of John, h. 1 Fifth 
Lawton Martha B. Miss, house 46 Market 
Lawton William A., laborer, boards 1 Fifth 
Lawton William C, house 28 Mellen 
Lazengie Boney, laborer, house Concord 

avenue, corner New 
Lazzaro George, clerk (Tremont House, 

Boston), house !)l£ Inman 
Leaeli Amanda L., widow, house 13 Winsor 
Leach Charles K.. painter, 157£ North av., 

house at Somerville 
Leach Edward, carpenter, house 88 Banks 
Leach Francis H., carpenter, house 85 Con- 
cord avenue 

LEACH HOSEA W., mason, con- 
tractor and builder (39 Wendell,' corner 
Oliver, Boston), and 146 Washington, 
house do. 
Leach James C, baker, house 3 Somerset 
Leach Johnson, engineer (87 Court, B.), 

house 2 Second-street place 
Leach Mary A., widow of William S., house 

7 Lambert avenue 
Leach William H., carpenter, 373 Main, h. 

1 Saville, corner Appleton 
Leahan Jeremiah, fireman, 113 Broadway, 

house 23 Hayes court 
Leahey James, cleaner B. & L. R.R. shop 
Lealiey Thomas, brick-layer, h. 4 Antrim 
Leahy Daniel, laborer, house Cushing, cor. 

Vineyard 
Leahy David, laborer, house 128 Bridge 
Leahy Elizabeth A., dressmaker, house 203 

Cambridge 
Leahy Jas., mason (B.), h. 114 Hampshire 
Leahy John, laborer, house 85 Spruce 
Leahy John J., wood-turner, bds. 57 North 
Leahy Lizzie A., dressmaker, 114 Hamp- 
shire, house do. 
Leahy Michael, teamster, 13 Broadway 
Leahy Michael, shipper, 169 Gore, house 

203 Cambridge 
Leahy Michael J., teamster, bds. 85 Spruce 
Leahy Thomas, laborer, house 57 North 
Leake Christopher, carpenter, house 11 
Fairmont avenue [11 Fairmont av. 

Leake Currie A., dentist, 613 Main, boards 
Lealand Caroline C, widow of Charles, h. 
86 Winsor [86 Winsor 

Lealand Charles H., clerk, 168 Main, bds. 
Leaman Oliver, clerk, 3 Brattle, rooms De- 
Wolf 
Lean John, currier, boards 7 Heed [Green 
Learned Kate C, widow of Levi L., h. 82 



Learned, see Leonard 

Leary Andrew, butcher, b. 198 Cambridge 

Leary Cornelius T., printer University 

Press, house 339 Main 
Leary Dennis, laborer, house 16 East 
Leary Dennis, teamster, 84 Bridge, house 

23 Gore 
Leary Edward, tailor, boards 80 Kinnaird 
Leary James, polisher, Otis, corner First, 

house 30 Spring 
Leary John, book-binder, house 19 Hewes 
Leary John hostler Murray-street stable, 
Cambridge Railway Co., b. 15 Warren 
Leary John, printer, house 31 Harvard 
Leary John F., varnisher, 203 Bridge, h. 

at Charlestown 
Leary Louis R., printer, boards 31 Harvard 
Leary Michael, confectioner, 1 Harvard sq., 

house 31 Baldwin 
Leary Michael, driver Cambridge R. Co. 
Leary Michael, laborer, boards 24 Harrison 
Leary Nellie Miss, dressmaker, house 196 

Franklin 
Leary Patrick, laborer, house 16 North 
Leary Patrick, watchman, h. 80 Kinnaird 
Leary P., hostler, 201 Main 
Leary Thomas, moulder H. M. Bird, Pel- 
ham, boards 31 Harvard 
Leary Timothy, teamster, 169 Gore, house 

88 Thorndike 
Leary. see O'Leary and Lary 
Least Walter, plasterer, house 420 Main 
Leaver Sarah K., widow of Oliver H., h. 
106 Thorndike [Avon pi., b. do. 

Leavitt Belle, assistant at Orphans' Home, 
Leavitt Charles E., clerk, bds. 31 Hudson 
Leavitt Charles H., clerk (26 Summer, 

B.). bds. 92 Auburn 
Leavitt Erasmus D., house 11 Warland 
Leavitt Erasmus D. Jr., mechanical engi- 
neer, 604 Main, h. 127 Magazine 
Leavitt Fred II. (Leavitt & Peirce), cigars, 
etc., 436 Harvard, bds. 729 Cambridge 
Leavitt George R. Rev., pastor Pilgrim 

church, house 9 Warland 
Leavitt Hart H., hats, caps, etc. (91 Court' 

B.). house 776 Main 

Leavitt Henry F. (Henry F. Leavitt & Co.), 

provisions, 432 Cambridge, house at 

Somerville 

Leavitt H. F. & Co. (Henry F. Leavitt) 

provisions. 432 Cambridge [6 Clark 

Leavitt Henry T., groceries, 361 Main, h. 

Leavitt Ira H., clerk N. A. Oyster Co. (F. 

H. market, B.), house 6 Franklin 
Leavitt Lucy A. L., widow of George W., 

house 92 Auburn 
Leavitt Wm., carpenter (146 Mt. Vernon, 

B,), house 16 Fayette 
Leavitt Wm. H., brass finisher (53 Sud- 
bury, B.), house 110 Hampshire 
Leavitt ■ "Wm. J. D., music teacher (433 
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Leavitt & Peirce (Fred H. Leavitt and W. 

Wallace Peirce), cigars and billiards, 

436 Harvard 
Leavitt, see Levit 

Leavy John, painter, h. 112 Hampshire 
LeBayer Win. F., at 1G2 Broadway, house 

15 Second 
Lebert David, baker, 163 Bridge, house do. 
LeCain George W., packer, 502 Main, h. 

32 Green 

LE C II H EKE NATI ONAL 
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Lloyd, cashier [h. Spruce 

LeClair Comta, brick maker B. S. B. Co., 
LeClair Etavier. brick maker, B. S. B. Co., 

house Spruce 
LeClair John, tinner, Seavey & Co., Third 
LeClair Tufile, brick maker B. S. B. Co., 

house Spruce 
LeCroix Basil, broom maker, h. Crescent 

av., cor. Raymond 
Leddy Charles, finisher, Otis, cor. First 
Leddy Hannah M., widow of John, house 8 

Fourth 
Leddy James, engineer Sortwell's distillery, 

h. Distillhouse. next Somerville line 
Leddy Thomas F., wood carver, bds. 8 

Fourth [at Boston 

Ledwith Bernard H., 102 Broadway, house 
Lee Eliza, wid. of Wallace, h. 33 Hastings 
Lee Isaac J., jewelry maker, b. 31 Howard 
Lee James, iron moulder, Felham 
Lee James, iron worker, h. 198 Broadway 
Lee James, wire dresser, h. 239 Main 
Lee James H.. fish dealer, h. 11 Gardner 
Lee James L.. carpenter, 113 Broadway. 

house 47 Brookline 
Lee John, baker. 502 Main 
Lee John A., laborer, bds. 138 Hampshire 
Lee John H., brass finisher, b. 81 Hastings 
Lee Michael, stone cutter, h. 29 Harvard 
Lee Nathaniel H.. porter, h. 31 Howard 
Lee Quong, laundry, 9 Prospect 
Lee Rebecca, widow, house 25 Bow 
Lee Richard T.. blacksmith, h. 81 Hastings 
Lee Richard T. Jr.* moulder, 356 Main, b. 

81 Hastings 
Lee Sam, laundry, 69 Cambridge, h. do. 
Lee Wah, laundry, 119 3-4 Camb., h. do. 
Lee Wall, laundry. 523 Main, h. do. 
Lee Walter, blacksmith, 232 North av., b. 

at Boston [Camdjn place 

Lee Wm., liquors, 249 Mt. Auburn, bds. 6 
Lee Wm., cooper, house 8 McCabe 
Lee Wm. AV.. hostler, house 129 River 
Leeds Daniel 1)., foreman of varnishers 

(1287 Washington, B.), h. 123 Franklin 
Leeds Edwin F.. wool (161 Franklin, B.), 

house 123 Franklin 
Lees John, bar-tender. 347^ Main, h. do. 
Lees Robert, teamster, 169 Gore, bds. 134 

Cambridge 
Leest Walter, plasterer, h. 402 Main [do. 
LeFave Joseph, livery stable, 7 Frank, h. 



LeFrancis Charles, clerk, 599 Main, bds. 

44 Bigelow [bds. 44 Bigelow 

LeFrancis Fred, clerk (85 Oliver, B.), 
LeFrancis Peter, smokers articles and cigar 

mnfr., 599 Main, house 44 Bigelow 
LeGalle Frank, box maker, rms. 45 Winsor 
Legere Amos, ship carpenter, h. 146 Third 
Legg Charles A., engineer H. U., h. 30 

Madison 
Legg Charles H., painter, h. 15| Austin 
LeggHarrvW.. gold letterer (B.), house 

Hotel Holly 
Leggett John, carpenter, b. 28 Mt. Auburn 
LeGrand John L. B., tinsmith, h. 5 Somer- 

erset [B-)» house 61 Gore 

Lehan Daniel W., polisher (27 Sudbury, 
Lehan Dennis H., horse-shoer, 19 Gore, h. 

41 do. 
Lehan Jeremiah, laborer, 113 Broadway 
Lehan Michael J., varnisher (B.), bds. 21 

Fourth " 
Lehmkuhl Wm. H., cabinet maker, h 60 

Cambridge 
Leiberg Wm., laborer, h. r. 55 Charles 
Leidstrom Karl, cabinetmaker, h. 17 State 
Leighton Albert E.. clerk, 597 Main, bds. 

29 William 
Leighton Charles A., painter, bds. 2 Han- 
cock place 
Leighton Ellen N. , teacher Otis primary 

school, bds. 139 Otis 
Leighton Emily, widow, h. 191 Cambridge 
Leighton Jane, widow of John H., h. 22 

Winter 
Leighton J. E., conductor Camb. R. Co. 
Leighton Margaret M., teacher High school, 

house at Boston 
Leighton Thomas, conductor Cambridge R. 

Co., house 12 Fourth [Douglass 

Leighteizer James F.. shoemaker, h. 12 
Leiner Hugo, cigar maker. 513 Main, bds 

at Boston [Worcester 

Leitch Isabella, widow of John, bds. 30 
Leitch James, laborer, house 12 Warren 
Leland Frank, at Riverside Press, h. 6 Jay 
Leland Frederick, chair maker (84 North, 

B.). bds. 2 Clinton 
Leland James, foreman, 70 No folk, h. 20 

Tremont 
Leland see Lealand [Wash 

Lemon Cornelia M., wid. of Geo. H..b. 81 
Lemon John, chiropodist. 7 Watson, h. do. 
Lemon Lewis, crayon artist, h. 7 Watson 
Lemon Oliver H., clerk 3 Brattle 
Lemont Anna Mrs., cook. h. r. 140 Pleasant 
Lenfest Charles, h. 86 Gore 
Lenfest Granville B., printer, 68 Cambridge 

house at Somerville [Baldwin 

Lenfest Mary A., widow of Solomon, h. 50 
Lenfest Thomas H., music printer, (21 

School, B.), bds. 40 Western avenue 
Lenfest Thomas H. jr., music printer (21 

School, B.). bds. 40 Western avenue 
Lenfest, widow, h. 86 Gore 



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Lennon Jas. cutter, Amer Rubber Co. 
Lennon James E. (J. Lennon & Son), 

grocer, 145 Pearl, h. 141 do. 
Lennon John, auctioneer and real estate, 
603 Main, and (J. Lennon & Son), 
grocer, 145 Pearl, h. 141 do. 
Lennon J. & Son (John and James E. Len- 
non), groceries and provisions, 145 
Pearl [tine 

Lennon Martin, brass finisher, h. 15 Valen- 
Lenoir Louise Miss, h. 2 Pioneer place 
Lenox Frederick, carpenter, h. 20 Green 
Lenox John, laborer, 226 Inman, bds. 95 
Hampshire [B.^, n - ^5 Hampshire 

Lenox John M., letter collector (P. O. 
Lennox William, laborer, Mt. Anburn 

cemetry, h. dishing opp. Vineyard 
Lentner Bertholt, finisher, h. 71 Sixth 
Leonard Geo. A., salesman (377 Washing- 
ton, B.), h. 94 Norfolk 
Leonard Henry W., wheelwright, 4 Cam- 
bridge, h. at Somerville 
Leonard John, gardener, h. 126 Winsor 
Leonard John, jr., cook, bds. 126 Winsor 
Leonard Richard Mrs., h. 7 Banks 
Leonard Thomas, h. 19 Gore 
Leonard William, house 8 Third 
Leonard William J., pressman, bds 9 

Walnut ct. 
Leonard see Learned 
LePage William, cabinetmaker, Woodbury. 

bldg. Otis, h. at East Boston 
Leposky Frank, laborer, h. r. 24 Vine 
Lepper William H., cabinet maker Woo '- 

bury, bldg. Otis, h. at Boston 
Lerned Benjamin, house, r. 53 North av. 
Lerned Chas. W., disinfectant mnfr., 358 

North av.. h. at Somerville 
Lerned Lucy Miss, h. 358 North avenue 
Lerned Rebecca R. Miss, h. 358 North av. 
Lerned Walter H., butter and eggs, house r. 

319 North a enue 
Lerned see Learned, also Leonard 
Lerner Frank, gardener, 11 Quincy, h. 14 

Mt. Auburn 
Lerner Fritz, tailor (B.), h. 27 Andrew 
Lerner John, laborer, h. 1 Banks 
Lerner Joseph, nurse, h. 12 Mt. Auburn 
Leslie Benjamin A., mariner, house 132 

Prospect 
Leslie Henry, carriage maker, b 112 Harvard 
Leslie John, laborer, (B.), h. 189 Broadway 
Lester Moses W., money broker (99 Court, 

B.), h. 182 Lake View av. 
Lester N. A. Miss, teacher of painting, bds. 

132 Lake View avenue 
Lesson Andrew, cabinet maker, h. 15 

Valentine 
Letsom Philip H., ca penter, h. 72 Winter 
Leturno Elzear, brickmaker, h. Spruce 
Leuchte Bernhard, at 9 Boylston, h. at 

West Somerville 
Leuchte Gustave, restaurant, 9 Boylston, 
house at West Somerville 



LEUTHY ANTOINE, florist 5 
Crescent, boards do. 
LEV EKE IT GEORGE V., law- 
ver (47 Devonshire, room 20 B.), h. 5 

Ellery 
Levin James F., importer (21 Bromfield, 

B.), h, 152 North avenue 
Levin William E., clerk (21 Bromfield B.), 

bds. 152 North avenue 
Levit Morris, variety store 187 Cambridge, 

and grocer 121 Spring, house do. 
Levit see Leavitt 

Levitt Ellen Mrs., h. 8 Foster place 
Levy Aaron, clerk (28 Green, B.), house 23 

Lopez [23 Lopez 

Levy Abraham, clothing (28 Green, B.), h. 
Levy Clement, brick maker, h. Clifton, 

2nd house from Spruce 
Levy Hannah Mrs., groceries 300 Cam- 
bridge, house do. [8 Ellery 
Lewando Amelie E. Miss, music teacher, b. 
Lewando Anise A. Mrs. h. 8 Ellery 
Lewin M. A. Mrs., boards 277 Harvard 
Lewin N. S.. wood turner 368 Main 
Lewin William Slyer, student Ep. Theo. 

School, bds. Lawrence Hall 
Lewis Abbie A. Miss, teacher Dana primary 

school, borrds 14 Story [Winsor 

Lewis Angeline H., widow of Daniel, h. 22 
Lewis Ann, widow of Henry, h. 71 School 
Lewis Ann, widow of Henry P., h. 14 Story 
Lewis Benjamin F., at American Rubber 

Works, bds 87 Moore 
Lewis Charles H., clerk B. & L. R. R. shop, 

h. 60 AYashington [48 Hamilton 

Lewis Charles J., general merchandise, h. 
Lewis Charles S., supt. (518 Washington, 

B.), h. Highland avenue, 2nd on right 

from Broadwav 

LEWIS DAVID W„ Akron sewer 
pipr, Harvard, near G. J. R.R. and(80 

Water, B.), house at Hyde Park 
Lewis Edward R., book. keeper (126 Cross, 

B,), h. 71 School [h. do. 

Lewis Ellen M. Miss, dressmaker, 28 Ash, 
Lewis Elmer L., carpenter, Chapman, cor. 

Emerald (B.), b. 115 Magazine 
Lewis Ensign L. , tin-worker, 153 Putnam 

av., h. 115 Magazine 
Lewis Fredertck, brush finisher, h. 85 Vine 
Lewis Geo. W., porter, 444 Harvard, h. 21 

South 
Lewis Henry, laborer, h. 8 Pine 
Lewis Henry C, furniture mover, 6£ Har- 

vark sq., h. 19 Grant [Broadway 

Lewis Henry S., student, 25 River, b. 286£ 
Lewis James M. , clerk, 88 Camb., rms. do. 
Lewis John J., cabinet maker, 44 Camb., 

h. at Charlestown 
Lewis John F., carpenter, h. 18 Park 
Lewis Joseph, waiter, rms. 22 Upton 
Lewis Martha J. Mrs., dressmaker, n. 18 

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Special Brands, — Maverick Stardand and Centennial 160° Safety Burning Oil. 
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Lewis Mary A. Miss, teacher Boardman 

primary school, b. 16 Lincoln 
Lewis Mary E., widow, h. 286£ Broadway 
Lewis Samuel, plumber, h. 89 Auburn 
Lewis Thomas, laborer, h. 9 Cowperthwaite 
Lewis Tony, laborer, h. 105 Fourth 
Lewis T. at Murray st. stable 
Lewis Warren N., hairdresser, 25 River, b. 

286£ Broadway 
Lewis Win. H., clerk, h. 50 Clark 
Lewis Win. K., b. 7 Temple 
Libbey E. Drummond (Wm. L. Libbey & 

Son), N. E. Glass Works, North, cor. 

Water, h. at Winchester 
Libbey Frederick A., engineer, h. 88 Banks 
Libby Granville L., cleric, 591 Main, rooms 

do. 

LIBBEY WHI. L. & SON, E. 
Drummond Libbey), props., N. E. 
Glass Works, North, c. Water and 
155 Franklin, B.) [dike 

Libby A. J., trav. salesman, rms. 62 Thorn- 
Libby Horace K., driver (165 Summer. 

B.), b. 96 Otis 
Libby Isaac, teamster (165 Summer, B.), 

h. 96 Otis 
Libby Tobias, teamster (60 Purchase, B.), 

h. 90 Thorndike 
Liddell James J., blacksmith, U. S. Arsenal 
(Watertown), h. Cushing, opp. Wood- 
lawn av. 
Liddle John, at N. E. Glass, Co. 
Liddy Thomas, printer (115 High, B.), h. 

5 Hamilton 

Lienhard George C, driver (C. F. Hovey 

6 Co., B.), b. 116 Spring 

Lienhard Wm. E., furniture finisher (B.), 

b. 116 Spring 
Lienhardt George, baker, 79 Camb. 
Lightzer Benjamin C, compositor, house 17 

Brookline 
Liljegrtn Ludwig, upholsterer, b. 1 Rogers 

block, Main [Main 

Liljegren Sophia Mrs., b. 1 Rogers block, 
Lilley Fred W., clerk F. R. R. freight 

depot (Charlestown), b. 13-4 Thorndike 
Lilley Thomas, carriagesmith, h. 134 

Thorndike 
Lilley Thomas jr., carriagesmith (Revere), 

b. 134 Thorndike 
Lincoln Alfred (Adams & Lincoln), dry 

goods, 98 and 207 Camb., b. 138 do. 
Lincoln Charles A., carpenter McLean Asy- 
lum (Somerville), h. 15 Fifth 
Lincoln Charles A. Jr., carver, h. 32 

Broadway [Sidney 

Lincoln Charles G., actio i maker, b. 58 
Lincoln Charles S., finisher, 139 Broadway, 

h. 58 Sidney 
Lincoln Charlotte, widow of Geo. E., h. 

Oxford, corner Hammond 
Lincoln Edwin H., photographer, h. rear 67 

Prospect 
Lincoln G. W., driver Camb. R. Co. 



Lincoln Frank W.,box maker, 169 Gore, b. 
74 do. [vard sq. 

Lincoln George, driver C. R. Co., b.6 Har- 

Lincoln Harry L., inspector C. W. W., h. 
586 Main [Columbia 

Lincoln John, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 180 

Lincoln John L., car builder, h. 28 Wor- 
cester [30 Irving 

Lincoln Joshua, clerk Riverside Press, h. 

Lincoln Mary C, widow of Lendall, h. 28 
Worcester [Lopez 

Lincoln Nathaniel, clerk, P. O. (B.), h. 19 

Lincoln Nathan, teacher of music Camb. 
schools, h. 18 Fayette 

Lincoln Nathan F., clerk (33 Commercial, 
B.), b. 18 Fayette 

Lincoln Nathan P., teamster, Revere Sugar 
Refinery, rms. 134 Camb. 

Lincoln Richard H., piano maker, 20 Al- 
bany, h. at Dedham [tin 

Lincoln Walter, insurance (B.), b. 52 Aus- 
box maker, 1 9 Gore, h. 



, shipping clerk, 169 Gore, 
safe maker, 17 Main, h. 



Lincoln Wm. F.. 

74 Gore 
Lincoln Wm. H. 

b. 15 Fifth 
Lind Andrew J., 

62 Broadway 
Lindahl Anders, tailor (B.), h. 2 Bristol 
Lindberg Axel, carriage smith, 133 Main, 

b. 44 Broadway 
Lindgren John A., safe maker, 17 Main, h. 

5 Rogers block, Main 
Linhares John, organ case maker, 101 

Gore, h. 15 Winter 
Linhares Joseph, organ case maker, 101 

Gore, h. 15 Winter [Holly 

Lindlie Wm., gilder (B.), h. Hotel Holly, 
Lindner Berthold, finisher, h. 71 Sixth 
Lindquist Nelse, safe maker (409 Federal, 

B.), h. 5 Rogers block, Washington 
Lindsey Addie, widow of C. O., h. rear 122 

Auburn 
Lindsey Frank A. (B.), b. 303 Broadway 
Lindsey George, blacksmith at U. S. Arse- 
nal (Watertown), h. Locust, n. Hol- 

worthy 
Lindsey George W., clerk, 48 Congress, 

(B.), b. 203 Broadway 

LINDSEY P. ALLEN, merchant 
tailor (367 Washington, B.), h. 303 
Broadway 
Lindsey Susan, h. 57 Hastings 
Linds Michael, laborer, h. Seventh 
Lindskog Amalia, widow of John, h. 23 

Brewery 
Lindskom John, cabinet maker, h. 15 Vine 
Linehan Charles, teamster and contractor, 

254-256 Bridge and (35 Hawley, B.), 

h. 562 Camb. 
Linfield Adrianna F., widow of Augustus, 

boarding-house, 1 Garden 
Linfield F. F., conductor Camb. R. Co. 
Ling Frederick clerk, b. 15 State 
Ling Theodore, laborer, b. 15 State 



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Ling Walter, brass m elder, h. 15 State 
Linehan Cornelius, teamster, 256 Bridge, 

h. at Somerville [Somerville 

Linehan John, teamster, 256 Bridge, h. at 
Linnehan Daniel, laborer, h. r?ar 12 Port- 
land 
Linnehan Dennis, coaehman, h. 22 Church 
Linnehan Dennis, shoemaker, 544 Main, b. 

do. 
Linnehan John, stone cutter, h. r. 30 Gore 
Linnehan John, tailor, 589 Main, h. 149 

Franklin 
Linnehan Mary, widow of Daniel, h. rear 

12 Portland [McCabe 

Linnehan Thomas, laborer. 169 Gore, b. 12 
Linnehan Thomas, machinist, bds. rear 12 

Portland 
Lingras Antoine, cabinetmaker, h. 52 North 
Linnell Calvin N., machinist. 92 Main, h. 

137 Webster a v. 
Linnell Chas. L., painter, Dover Stamping 

Co., b. 381 Camb. 
Linnell Mary, widow of Wm., boarding- 
house, 381 and 383 Camb. 
Linn Wm. W., student H. U., b. 6 Mount 

Auburn [lumbia 

Linney Albert, cabinet maker, h. Ill Co- 
Linskey John, laborer, C. H. North & Co., 

(Somerville), h. 4 Jefferson 
Linskey Patrick, lab., house 33 Porter 
Lenton Boston, cook, Memorial Hall, house 

9 Baldwin court 
Linton Chas E., salesman (B), b. 53 Winsor 
Linton James, foreman, 17 Main, house 53 

Winsor 
Linton Wm., house r. 202 Bridge 

Linton stonecutter, bds. 108 Camb. 

Lippey Alfred, cabinet maker, h. 43 Spring 
Lippincott Sarah E., widow, house 148 Mt. 

Auburn 
Litch Albert, bds. 11 Jay 
Litchfield Allen J., clerk (103 Devonshire, 

B.), boards 17 Green 
Litchfield Benj. C, plumber, b. 499 Main 
Litchfield George W. B., porter Riverside 

Press, house 87 Putnam av. 
Litchfield Harry, picture frames, etc., 187 

Cambridge, house 74 Spring 
Litchfield Horace D., undertaker, 477 Main 

boards 488 do. 
Litchfield Judson, undertaker, 477 Main, h. 

17 Green [73 Main h. at Boston 

Litchfield Lawrence, sheet metal worker, 
Litchfield Otis V., regulator, 162 Broadway 

house 108 Prospect [h. 488 do. 

Litchfield Poland, undertaker, 477 Main, 
Litchfield Roland jr., purser, h. 475£ Main 
Little, Brown & Co. (John Bartlett, Thos. 

W. Deland, John M. Brown and Geo. 

Flagg), bookbinders, Blackstone, opp. 

Riverside Press 
Little Catherine, widow, house 80£ Green 
Little David, watchman B. & A. R. R. 

Cottage Farm, depot, house 26 Brewery 



Little Frank W., confectionery, house 1 

Central place 
Little John, s ecial police Public Library, 

639 Main, house 117 Green 
Little Richard G., vocalist, h. 40 Plymouth 
Little Stephen, confectioner, 503 Main, bds 

148 Pleasant 
Littlefield Adoniram J., salesman, 147 

North avenue, house 5 Eustis ct. 
Littlefield Armine W Miss, house 64 Cherry 
Littlefield Dependence S., piano hammer 

coverer, 330 Main, house 465 do. 
Littlefield Eliza, widow of Edward F., h. 

Hotel Hollv 

LITTLEFIELD EL1FFR (W. 
A. Greenough & Co.), compiler, pub- 
lisher and printer, Cambridge City 
Directory, 5 Harvard sq., 575 Main 
and (^31 Milk, B.\ house at Topsfield 
Littlefield Elmer H., foreman River-st., 

car stable, 6 Camb. R. Co., h 134 River 
Littlefield George A., machinist (118 Mer- 

rimac, B.), house 117 Winsor 
Littlefield George T.. cutter (28 Summer, 

B.), house 12 Mellen 
Littlefield Helen L. Miss, house Hotel Holly 
Lottlefield John Sherman, collector, bds. 1 

Garden 
Littlefield Junius W., driver Camb. R. Co., 

house 347 Cambridge 
Littlefield Lucinda L., house 5 Gerry 
Littlefield Lydia, widow of Solomon, house 

64 Cherry 
Littlefield Fred A., bookkeeper (494 Wash- 
ington, B.) b. 5 Gerry 
Littlefield Nathan C, janitor Weld Hall, H. 

U., house 10 Mellen 
Littlefield Walter F., clerk (18 P. O. sq. 

B.), boards 10 Mellen 
Littlehales Benjamin, at Amer. Rubber Co. 

house Lilac court 
Livermore Geo. Mrs., house 1 Dana 
Livermore Henry G., student H. U., boards 

24 North avenue 
Livermore John, bds. 287 Harvard 
Livermore Joseph P. (34 School, B.), h. 

11 Everett 
Livermore Leonard J. Rev., pastor Unita- 
rian church (Danvers),h. 24 North av. 
Livermore Oliver W., house 36 Essex 
Livermore Warren G.. officer, House 

Correction, bds. Hotel Cambridge 
Livermore Wm. H., machinist F. R. 

shop, house 190 Cambridge 
Livesey Frank B., bookkeeper (91 Clinton, 

B.), house 7 Pice 
Livingston A. E., inspector 139 Broadway, 

boards 104 Norfolk 
Livingston Frank S., baker, b. 104 Norfolk 
Livingston Henry, teamster, h. 15 Seventh 
Livingston James, house 55 North 
Livingston Lucy C, widow of Benjamin F. 

house 104 Norfolk 



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Livingston Win. D.. sawyer, 3 Hampshire, 

house 97 Washington 
Llovd George, earpenter, h. 155 Spring 

LL.OYD OEOKOE A., cashier, 
Lechmere National Bank, Cambridge 
c. Second, house at Arlington 
Lloyd Thomas, teamster, 172 Pearl, house 

11 Hamilton 
Lloyd Wm. E., teller Cambridge National 

Bank, 87 Cambridge, bds. at Arlington 
Loan Alex., soap maker, b 209 Columbia 
Loan John James, soft soap maker, 209 Co- 
lumbia, house do. 
Loch Martin, currier Miiller Bros, house 25 

Harvey [9 Dover 

Locke Almira D., widow of Stephen, house 
Locke Charles A., leather (224- Congress, 

B.), house 17 Cli ton 
Locke Davis, propr. Porter's Hotel, 185 No 

avenue, bds. do. 
Locke Diana Miss, house 32 Prospect 
Locke Edgar H., provisions, 22G North ave 

house 293 do. [Baldwin 

Locke Edwin A., dramatic author, house 43 
Locke Evelyn J. Miss, teacher Shepard 

grammar school, b. 281 North av. 
Locke E. J. Mrs., house 281 North av. 
Locke Francis. Yates Brick Tile Mnfg. Co. 

Spruce, hoards Pjrter's Hotel 
Locke Frank, salesman (93 High, B.), bds. 

97 Allston 
Locke Frank II., bds. Porter's Hotel 
Locke Geo. H.. clerk, b. (5 Pice 
Locke Henry A., clerk (31 High, B.), b. 

97 Allston 
Locke Horatio, provisions (42 and 44 F. H. 

market, B.), house 285 North A v. 
Locke H. Austin, clerk (42 F. H. market, 

B.), h. 14 Dover [nsean 

Locke Irene E. Miss, h. Avon Hill, n. Lin- 
Locke John, salesman (39 High, B.), h. 1G 

Howard [Allston 

Locke John T., bookkeeper 610 Main, h. 97 
Locke Joseph, designer N. E. Glass Co., h. 

Glen wood [nam A v. 

Locke Warren A., music teacher, h. 10 Put- 
Lockett Jacob L., butler, h. 1 Nichols PI. 
Lockhart Alhert E.. undertaker 203 Bridge, 

h. 61 Otis [h. 48 Camb. 

Lockhart Chas. II., undertaker 203 Bridge, 
Lockhart David, coffin maker 203 Bridge, 

h. 137 Camb. [Camb. 

Lockhart Frank, at 203 Bridge, bds. 148 
Lockhart Geo. A., carpenter, h. 1G Sidney 
Lockhart Geo. A., at 203 Bridge, house 150 

Camb. 
Lockhart Jacob E 
Lockhart Wm. A. 

boards at Somerville 

LO< Ivll Vlt I Will. L., undertaker 
and mnfr. of coffins, caskets, etc., 
wholesale and retail 191 to 203 Bridge, 
h. at Belmont 
Locklin Hannah L., widow of Edward, mil- 
liner 208 Pearl, h. do. 



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mechanic 203 Bridge, 



Locklin Mary Miss, h. GO Boylston 
Locklin Kebecca Mrs., h. 18 Brown 
Lockwood Bessie S. Mrs., house 5 Walnut 

Avenue 
Lockwood Leveret, L., engineer Riverside 

Press, h. 12 Blackstone [Hampshire 
Lockwood Rath A., widow of Wm., h. 18G 
Locy Wm. A., professor H. U., rooms G 

Charles River 
Loeb James, student H. U. , rooms 30 Pres- 

cott 
Loeffler Jacob F., shade painter Blanche, 

house 26 Walnut Court 
Lofstrom Andrew, foreman cabinet room 44 

Camb., house 93 Thorndike 
Loff Edwin, at 139 Broadway, h. 3 Seckel 
Loft Wm., telephone lineman G23 Main, h. 

9 Rogers block, Main 
Logan David J., lab., b. 156 Pearl 
Logan Eliza J., widow of Peter, house r. 

54 Cedar 
Logan Jeannette, wid. of Jas., h. 156 Pearl 
Logan John, stone cutter 41 Main, house 1 

Baldwin Place [ron 

Logan Margaret, wid. of Andrew, h. 7 Hu- 
Loges Carl, fresco painter (West, B.), h. 

20 Hubbard Av. 
Loheed Wm. J., machinist, house 2 Rogers 

brick block, Main 
Lombard Eliza Mrs., b. 125 Prospect [lin 
Lombard Eugene J., baker, h. 240 Frank- 
Lombard Frank A., clerk (404 Atlantic Av. 

B.),D. 11 Gardner 
Lombard Hannah M.. widow of Charles F., 

boards 19 Wallace 

LOMBARD HERBERT E„ book 
job, and newspaper printer 636 Main, 
and 19 Brattle Sq., h. 3 Lamson PI. 
Lombard James M., laborer, h. 22 School 
Place [Essex 

Lombard John, grocer 646 Main, house 21 

LOMBARD NATHAN C, me- 
chanical engineer and patent solicitor 

(40 State, B.), h. 125 Prospect 
Lombard Richard P., lather h. 71 Wash. 
Lombard Walter E., treas. Co. B. 1st R^g., 

h. 119 Concord Av., Somerville 
Londquist David, at 17 Main 
Londregan John, glassmaker, h. 42 Gore 
Lonergan David, grocer 162 Dublin, h. do. 
Lonergen David E., electrotyper, bds. 97 

Spruce 
Lonergan Thos., farmer, h. 97 Spruce 
Long Abiel E., furniture 197 North Ave., 

h. 10 Rice 
Long Andrew, glass maker N. E. Glass 

Works, house 27 Winter 
Long Daniel, foreman of finishers (48 

Canal, B.), h. 19 Perry 
Long David, glass maker h. 93 Third 
Long Dennis, glass blower, b. 93 Third 
Long Jeremiah, lithographer, h. 156 Green 
Long John J. F., lab., b. 28 Carson 
Long John, grocer and liquors 49 Gore, 

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Long John H., carpenter, h. 36 Auburn 

LONO JOHN J., plumber 99 Carab., 
h. 112 Gore 
Long L. Mortimer, carpenter, b. 36 Auburn 
Long Richard, bacon curer Somerville, h. 

16 McCabe 
Long Sarah Mrs., h. 10 Rice 
Long Win. H., clerk Revere Sugar Refinery 

Water, b. 27 Winter 
Long William J., carpet upholsterer (450 

Wash., B.), h. 10 Sidney [do. 

Long ZidonC, hairdresser 389 Main, h. 387 
Longfellow Chas. A., h. 105 Brattle 
Longfellow Louise, teacher at Somerville, 

b. 108 Inman 
Longfellow Samuel Rev., h. 105 Brattle 
Longfield Joseph, grocer 93 Spruce, h. do. 
Longley Benj. A., painter 16 Central Sq., 

h. at Somerville 
L ngley Samuel H., clerk P. O. 611 Main, 

house 46 Prospect [Otis 

Longshaw Margaret, wid. of Wm., h. 78 
Lonson , at 162 Broadway, rooms 165 

do. [h. 19 Erie 

Loomis Ann Eliza, widow of Gustavus H., 
Loomis Carroll S., h. 19 Erie 
Loomis Winfred S., 105 Magazine, h. 6 

Warland 
Looney John, house 105 Elm 
Looney John F., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, bds. 101 Pearl 
Looney Michael, laborer, house 101 Pearl 
Lopez Albert P., carpenter, house 97 River 
Lopez Augustus, laborer, house Second 
Lopez Sascher, at First, cor. Thorndike 
Lord Augustus M., student H. U., rooms 

765 Main 
Lord Clara L.. widow of Chas., h. 15 Avon 
Lord E., driver Cambridge R. Co. 
Lord George W., painter, h. 223 North av. 
Lord Henry C, clerk (107 Washington, 

B.), house 37 Erie 
Lord Napoleon, overseer Boston Coach Co. 

(192 Eliot, B.), h. 40 Holyoke 
Lord Theresa M., widow of Daniel, house 

765 Main [Prospect House 

Lord William W., clerk, 521 Main, boards 
Lorden John, laborer, h. r. 125 Third 
Lorden Margaret, widow of Daniel, house 

214 Bridge 
Lorenson Emil, fresco painter, h. 22 Lopez 
Lorenstein L., tuner, 162 Broadway, bds. 

267 Putnam av. 
Lorigan Thomas, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house 275 Putnam avenue 
Lorinesburg W. H., at University Press 
Loring Frank E., tuner, 162 Broadway, h. 

r. 15 Antrim 
Loring Harriet E. Mrs., h. r. 15 Antrim 
Loring Horace D., organ maker, house 24 

Brookline [B.), h. r. 15 Antrim 

Loring Thomas A., cutter (95 Summer, 
Loring Wm. H., clerk (55 Hanover, B.), 

h. r. 15 Antrim 



Loring carpenter, house 5 Suffolk 

.Lorsey Robert A., carpenter, house 13£ 
Franklin 

Lorsson Andrew, safe maker, 17 Main 

Lorsson Fred, cabinetmaker (B.), house 16 
Harvard 

Lothrop Angelina S. Mrs., bds. 624 Camb. 

Lotbrop Cummings L., clerk, bds. 37 
Blackstone 

Lothrop George B., locksmith (370 Atlan- 
tic avenue, B.), house 37 Blackstone 

Lothrop George B. Jr., locksmith (118 
Washington, B.), house 351 Pearl 

Lothrop Mehitable, widow of James B., h. 
86 Fourth 

Lotz Cbristopher, laborer, h. 125 Gore 

Lotz Edward H., bookkeeper (442 Wash- 
ington, B.), bds. 125 Gore 

Loud George W. (G. AV. and W. E. Loud), 
407 Cambridge, house do. 

Loud G. W. & W. E. (George W. and 
Walter E. Loud), bakers, 407 Camb. 

Loud Walter E. (G. W. and W. E. Loud), 
407 Cambridge, house do. 

Loughlin Rebecca, widow of Wm., h. 17 
Brown [Loughrey av. 

Loughrey Ann, widow of William, house 1 

Loughrey John (Robson & Loughrey), 
printers' tools, 112 Charles, house 144 
Charles 

Love James, hostler Camb. R. Co., bds. 22 
Willow [R. Co. 

Love John, hostler Eighth-st. stable Camb., 

Lovejoy Chas. F., bookkeeper (98 Water, 
B.), house 56 Hamilton 

Lovejoy Chas. J., salesman,!). 56 Hamilton 

Lovejoy Virgil S-, teamster, 243 Broadway, 
house 28 Eighth 

Lovelace Chas. W., carpenter, h. 86 Wash. 

Lovelace Warren, action maker, 113 Broad- 
way, house at Boston 

Loveland Horace N., treas. Dover Stamp- 
ing Co., 153 Putnam av. and (90 North, 
B.), house 305 Broadway 

Lovelett Fred, polisher, Otis, cor. First, h. 
8 Eighth 

Lovell Andrew J., grocer, 154 North av., 
and (62 and 64 Cambridge, B.), house 
11 Forest [11 Forest 

Lovell Fred W., clerk, 154 North av., bds. 

Lovell George F., machinist, h. 3 Rogers 
block, Main 

Lovely Michael, plumber, bds. 39 Union 

Lovering James W., sunt. Mt. Auburn 
cemetery, house 228 Brattle 

Lovering Joseph, Hollis Prof, of Mathe- 
matics and Natural Philosophy, H. U., 
house 38 Kirkland [thwaite 

Lovett Catherine, widow, h. 35 Cowper- 

Lovett James F., baker, Memorial Hall, h. 
35 Cowperthwaite 

Lovett John, baker, h. 97 Banks 

Lovett John, laborer, house 8 Beaver 



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Lovett Joseph I. Mrs., house rear 13 

Appian-way 
Lovett Mary, widow of Michael, h. 23Flagg 
Lovett Michael, lab., h. 1 Cowperthwaite 
Loveys Thomas S., upholsterer (450 Wash- 
ington, 13.), h. 31 Kinnaird 
Low Fred C, photographer, 27 Central sq., 
house at Sonierville [h. 05 Oxford 

Low George W., clerk (38 Kilby, B.j, 
Low Horace G., dry goods, 46U Harvard, 
rooms 54 Trowbridge [b. G5 Oxford 
Low Joseph H., clerk (42 Chardon, 13.), 
Low Joseph \\\, leather mnfr., Dudley, 

cor, Reed, h. at 13oston Highlands 
Low L. Fred, wood eugraver (79 Milk, B.), 
bds. 05 Oxford [bds. 74 Frospect 

Lowe (Jhas. H., com. trav. (59 Kilby, 13.), 
Lowe Edwin D., com. mer. (38 Broad, B.), 
house 76 Frospect [North av. 

Lowe Fred M., medical student, h. 282 
Lowe George Wm.. salesman (5 Union, B.;, 

house 58 Pleasant 
Lowe James C, cooper, bds. 141 Gore 
Lowe John, carpenter, 76 Frospect, h. do. 
Lowe R. Thomas, painter, h. r. 05 Western 

avenue 
Lowe Sarau C, widow of Francis, h. 74 

Frospect 
Lowe Win. 11., carpenter, h. 204 Canib. 
Lowell Anna B., music teacher, boards 9 

Douglass 
Lowell Charles F., butter dealer, h. 108 

Washington 
Lowell Ellen F., asst. librarian Fublic Li- 
brary, b. 9 Douglass 
Lowell Frederick H., apothecary, 439 Main, 
h. do. [h. Elmwood av. 

Lowell James Russell, minister to England, 
Lowell Kate M. Miss, teacher Willard pri- 
mary school, b. 9 Douglass 
Lowell Kenney C, carpenter, h. 85 Con- 
cord a v. 
Lowell Wm O., blacksmith, h. 96 Sixth 
Lowery Jacob H., clerk, lllCamb., b. 134 
do. [Prescott 

Lowman Julius, student H. U., rms. 20 
Lowney Dennis, laborer, b. 47 Winter 
Lowney Jeremiah, laborer, b. 47 Winter 
Lowney Morris, laborer, h. 47 Winter 
Lowry George W., foreman glass works 

West Medford 
Lowry Michael, laborer, 184 Broadway, 

1 Gray pi. 

Lloyd William, carriage painter, h. 49 Reed 
Loy Yoot, laundry, 2l8Camb., h. do. 
Lucas Susan J., widow of Edward, h. 115 

Columbia 
Luce George, piano trimmer, 29 Albany, h. 

85 Auburn 
Luce Samuel H., painter, h. 55 Moore 
Lucey Dennis, mechanic, h. 53 Vine 
Lucey Hannah, wid. of Michael, h. 53 Vine 
Lucey Thomas, grocer, 199 Norfolk, h. do. 



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Lucy Anthony, stereotyper (42 Arch, B.), 

h. 7 Lawrence 
Lucy Charles C, hairdresser, 265 Cam- 
bridge, h. do. [Lawrencs 
Lucy Isabella, widow of Robert, house 7 
Lucy Charles W., confectioner and caterer, 

11 Brattle, rms. 54 Boylston 
Lucy John, currier at Mailer's, Tannery 
Lucy Mary, at 174 Broadway 
Lucy Thomas H., captain police station, 1 h. 
122 Auburn [Harvard 

Lucy Timothy, teamster, 168 Main, h. 32 
Luddy James G., brush maker (96 High, 

B.), h. 38 Winter 
Luddy Owen, provisions. 89 Fifth, h. do. 
Ludemann J. Conrad, baker, 359 Main, h. 

4 Moore 
Ludgate Mary E., folder, b. 8 Donnell 
Ludgate Wm. B., night watchman (B.), h. 

74 Winsor 

Ludgate Wm. G., clerk (95 Summer, B.), 

b. 74 Winsor [way 

Ludwith Bernard A., varnisher, 162 Broad- 

Lufkin Charles A., driver 25 Chauncy, B.), 

b. r. 81 Oxfo d 
Lufkin Russell, paper hanger, h. 3 Lech- 
mere bldg., Lechmere sq. 
Luick Christian, laborer, h. 99 Sixth 
Luize Joseph, su<*ar maker, h. 186 Bridge 
Luize Well., hairdresser, b. 186 Bridge 
Luke Elijah H. (E. H. Luke & Son), hay 

and grain, 71 Main, h. 15 Maple av. 
Luke Eugene R. (E. H. Luke & Son), hay 

and grain, 71 Main. b. 15 Maple av. 
Luke E. H. & Son (Elijah H. and Eugene 
R. Luke), hay and grain, 71 and 7 
Main [Inman 

Luke Jacob F., wood moulder, bds. 105 
Luke James, b- 236 Broadway 
Luke Lauretta J., wid. of Wm. H., b. 65 
Clark [b. 15 Maple av. 

Luke Walter J., clerk (103 Fearl, B.), 
Lull Frank H., music printer (451 Wash- 
ington, B.), b. 36 Austin 
Lull Frederick A., real estate agent and 

auctioneer, 447£ Main, h. 36 Anstin 
Lum Margaret, widow of Isaac E., lodging- 
house, 165 Broadway 
Luna Maximillian P., cabinet maker (83 

Washington, B.), h. Vandine 
Lunas Joseph P., hairdresser, 8 Prospect, 
h. 3 Rollins court [163 Otis 

Lund Jane Mrs., groceries, 16 Eighth, h. 
Lund Joseph, h. 3 Rollins court 
Lund Louis, engineer (Somerville), h. 1G3 
Otis [Washington 

Lundbeck Alfred, at 162 Broadway, h. 82 
Lundergan John, glass blower, h. 42 Gore 
Lundergan Michael, currier, h. 163 Dublin 
Lundgren August, laborer, b. 161 Main 
Lundgren John, laborer, State, c. Osborn 
Lundgren Oscar, boiler maker, 356 Main, 
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Lundgren Stephen P., cabinet maker, I. & 

P. Piano Co., h. 57 Portland 
Lundin Carl A. R. , telescope maker Alvan 
Clark & Sons, Henry, h. 259 Putnam 
avenue [h. 20 Harvard 

Lundstrom Andrew, blacksmith, 17 Main, 
Lull Horace C, carpenter, h. 164 No. ay. 
Lunitz Bernard, engineer, 105 Magazine, 

h. 12 Tufts 
Lunitz Charles, compositor, h. 1 Daye ct. 
Lunitz Gustav, bookbinder (51 Chardon, 

B.), h. 24 Walnut ct 
Lund Alfred, laborer B. & L. R. R. freight 

depot, b. 46 Fifth 
Lunt Alphonso M., postal clerk O. C. R. 

E., h. 92 Otis 
Lunt E. C., collector Tribune, 3 Linden, b. 

at Maiden 
Lunt Benjamin F. Mrs., h* 155 Brookline 
Lunt F. G., machinist, 72 Main 
Lunt Lucy M., widow of Moses, bds. 14£ 

Western ave. 
Lunt Wm. Parsons, publisher and book- 
seller (1 Hamilton place, B.), h. 18 
Appian-way 
Lunt William P. (Lunt & Hardy), provis- 
ions, Inmansq., h. at Somerville 
Lunt W. P. jr., clerk (71" Commercial, B.), 

b. 18 Appian way 
Lunt & Hardy (W. P. Lunt and H. J. 
Hardy), provisions. Inmanf c. Hamp- 
Lusch William, mason, h. GQ Second 
Luscombe Richard H., at Cochrane Chem- 
ical Co., Potter, h. 1 State 
Lusk Bridget M. Miss. h. 11 Laurel 
Lusk John, laborer, h. 24 Warren 
LuthJohn, liquors, 153 Spring, boarding- 
house, 63 Sixth [10 Village 
Luther Henry R., machinist, 356 Main, b. 
Luther Thomas H. (Joy & Luther), car- 
penter. River, junction Western ave., 
h 10 Village 
Lutz George, cabinet maker Ivers & Pond 

Piano Co., Albany, h. 78 Chestnut 
Lyced James, laborer (B.), h. 137 Webstsr 
av. [Foster 

Lycett Sam'l, coachman, 145 Brattle, h. 25 
Lycette John J., printer University Press, 
house 7 Charles River [vard sq. 

Lyceum Exchange, Lyceum building, Har- 
Lyden Frank, carpenter, boards 5 Linden 
Lydiatt Thomas E., glazier, house 23 Elm 
Lyilston William H., relief-engineer Camb. 

Fire Department, house 98 Hancock 
Lyford George E., jeweler (207 Washing- 
ton. B.), h. 9 Norris, 2d from North av. 
Lyman C. L., action-maker, 139 Broadway, 
house at Woburn [19 Walnut ct. 

Lyman David, carpenter, 74 Boylston, house 
Lyman Ernest, tender, 599£ Main, boards 64 
Putnam avenue [h. 451 do 

Lynagh Richard, furniture. 441 Cambridge, 
Lynam Matthew, mat-maker, house 308 
North avenue 



Lynch Cormack, cooper, boards 124 Spring 
Lynch Cormick, teamster Geopper Bros., b. 

11 Ninth 
Lynch Cornelius, tailor (B.), h. 34 Warren 
Lynch Dennis F., laborer, bds. 95 Kinnaird 
Lynch Edward, teamster, house 55 Cedar 
Lynch Ellen, widow of Thos., h. 23 Andrew 
Lynch Fred., grinder American Rubber Co. 
Lynch Hannah, grocer, 70 Harvard, h. do. 
Lynch James, laborer, house 184 Gore 
Lynch James, peddler, h. r. 27 Webster av. 
Lynch James (James H. Lynch & Co.), 
plasterer, Lyceum Exchange, house 39 
Cowperthwaite 
Lynch James F., laborer, boards r. 63 Gore 
Lynch Jas. F., grocer, 142 Pearl, rms. do. 
Lynch James H. (James H. Lynch & Co.), 
plasterer, Lyceum Exchange, boards 39 
Cowperthwaite 
Lynch James EL & Co. (James H. and Jas. 
Lynch), plasterers, Lyceum Exchange, 
Harvard square 
Lynch James J., laborer, boards C>6 Harvard 
Lynch Jeremiah, confectioner, boards 19 
Jefferson [h. 169 Thorndike 

Lynch Jeremiah, sausage-maker, 169 Gore, 
Lynch Jeremiah, laborer, 169 Gore, house 

137 Elm 
Lynch J., at 174 Broadway 
Lynch John, teamster, house 36 Spring 
Lynch John, driver Cambridge Railway Co. 
Lynch John, harness-cleaner, 565^ Main, h. 

Suffolk 
Lynch John, laborer, house 64 Boylston 
Lynch John, laborer, 126 Portland, house 

Rolling Mill block, Bristol 
Lynch John, laborer, 28 Bridge, h. 14 East 
Lynch John, net-maker, house 27 Vine 
Lynch John, candy-maker, bds. GG Harvard 
Lynch John, shade-painter, 15 Blanche, b. 

28 Andrews 
Lynch John E., laborer, 184 Broadway, b. 
63 Gore [rear 63 Gore 

Lynch John F., laborer, 184 Broadway, b. 
Lynch John F., pressman Riverside Press, 
house 133 Pearl [Kinnaird 

Lynch John J., cabinet-maker, boards 95 
Lynch John J., driver Cambridge Railway 

Co., house 5 McLane place 

Lynch John L., hackman, 198 North av., 

boards Porter's Hotel [329 Main 

Lynch John P., laborer, 184 Broadway, b. 

Lynch Joseph A., laborer, 23 Brattle, bds. 

39 Cowperthwaite [b. 211 do. 

Lynch Luly Miss, millinery, 209 Camb. 

Lynch Margaret, widow of Daniel, house 95 

Kinnaird [h. do. 

Lynch Mary Mrs., dry-goods, 211 Camb. 

Lynch Mary B., widow of Michael, house 66 

Harvard 
Lynch Matthew, laborer, house 116 Dublin 
Lynch Michael, dry pressman Riverside 
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Lynch Michael J., teamster, house Berk- 
shire, corner Berkshire place 
Lynch Patrick, laborer, house rear 63 Gore 
Lynch Richard, laborer, house 24 Hayes ct. 
Lynch Stephen, baker. 502 Main, house 164 
Franklin [b. 5 McLane pi. 

Lynch Thomas, currier, rear 370 North aw, 
Lynch Thomas, laborer Cambridge Water 

Works, house 203 Franklin 
Lynch Thomas A., baker, bds. 66 Harvard 
Lynch William, peddler, house 195 Norfolk 
Lynch William, at 174 Broadway 
Lynch AVilliam, carpenter, house 13 Warren 
Lynch W. , cutter American Rubber Co. 
Lynch William B., wood-carver, 348 Main, 
house 123 Winsor [plewood 

Lynde Frank, at 162 Broadway, house at Ma- 
Lynes Edward G., collector Globe (238 

Washington, Boston), h. 23 Orchard 
Lynes Edward M., razor-strop manufacturer 

(Charlestown), house 23 Orchard 
Lynn Andrew, laborer, house t>2 Broadway 
Lynn Eliza, widow of David, tailoress, h. 

rear 382 Cambridge 
Lynn Eliza, widow, house 452 Cambridge 
Lynn John, teamster Sortwell & Co., house 

106 Webster avenue 
Lynn William, lithographer, b. 452 Camb. 
Lyon Carl A., wood-engraver, boards 27 

Blackstone 
Lyon David G. , Hollis Professor of Theol- 
ogy H. IL, house Lowell, cor. Brattle 
Lyon Frederick 0., jeweler and watch- 
maker, boards 17 Blackstone 
Lyon George H., billiards, Lyceum bldg., 
Harvard square, house 147 Mt. Auburn 
Lyon Hans W. C, printer Riverside Press, 
house 27 Blackstone [b. 17 Antrim 

Lyon James, action-maker, 113 Broadway. 
Lyon Mary D., wid. of Leonard, h. 36 Ash 
Lyon Peter B., house 17 Antrim 
Lyon William L., gate-keeper, front en- 
trance Mt. Auburn cemetery, h. 36 Ash 
Lyons Archibald D., teamster, 206 Broad- 
house 51 Clark 
Lyons Daniel, lab. Revere Sugar Refinery, 

house 3 Linehan's block, Third 
Lyons Donnis, lab. C. H. North & Co. 

(Somerville), house 36 Warren 
Lyons Eliza, widow of Archibald M., bds. 

rear 21 Lopez 
Lyons Pollen Miss, house 23 Donnell 
Lyons Ellen E., widow of Joh M., boards 

393 Main 
Lyons Henry, boiler maker at B. L. R. R. 

shop, house 103 Webster av. 
Lyons James H., boiler maker, house 103 
Webster avenue [50 Clark 

Lyons James M., driver 159 Harvard, bds. 
Lyons J. R., conductor Camb. R. Co. 
Lyons John, lab., 221 Bridge, h. 8 Fourth 
Lyons Kate Miss, house 23 Donnell 
Lyons Mary Miss, house 129 Washington 
Lyons Michael engineer, h. 18 Seventh 



Lyons Michael, lab., house 335 Cambridge 
Lyons Michael, lab. Riverside Oil Works, 

house 151 Otis [11 Brewery 

Lyons Peter, teamster, 5 Broadway, house 
Lyons Rufus J., conductor Camb. R. Co., 

boards 96 Tremont 
Lyons Thomas W., house 96 Tremont 
Lyons Thomas W., carpenter, house 111 

Tremont 
Lyons Thomas, farmer, house Concord ave 

near Alewife Brook 
Lyons William, lab., h. r. 115 Pleasant 
Lyons piano trimmer, 20 Albany 

MAAS CHARLES H. MRS., h. 451 Main 
Mabille Philippe, at 162 Broadway, house at 

Roslindale 
Macaig David W., tailor (89 Court, B.), h. 

6 Mead 
Macauley Auley, harness maker, 448 Main, 

house 63£ Western avenue 
Macauley Edgar G., clerk, 28 Central sq., 

boards 63 Western avenue 
Macauley Margaret Mrs., b. 157 Prospect 
MacCann Alfred D., fresco painter (31 Ex- 
change, room 5, B.>, house 110 Hamp- 
shire 
MacCauley Alexander, h. 63 Western av. 
Macconnell Mary W., widow of Hugh, h. 

125 Pleasant 
Macdonald Allen brass moulder, h 203 Camb 
Macdonald Edgar H., boards 4 William 
Macdonald Edmund J., bookbinder (51 

Chardon, B.), boards 826 Main 
Macdonald Edward, elk. (B.), h. 4 William 
Macdonald Fred W.. cigar dealer (69 Broad 

B.), house 324 Harvard 
Macdonald Hector, molder H. M. Bird, 

Pelham, house 81 Broadway 
Macdonald John, painter, house 88 Fifth 
Macdonald Maria, widow of Hugh house 

3 4 Harvard 
Macdonald Wm. L., bookbinder (51 Char- 
don, B.), house 20 North avenue 
Macdonald, see McDonald 
Macdormand Emma Miss, variety store 417 

Cambridge, house at Somerville 
Mace Ben. E., packer 368 Main, h 17 Lopez 
Mace Charlotte P., widow of Horace F., 

house 34 Warland 
Mace Horace F., chief clerk (53 State, B.) 

house 34 Warland 
Mace Junius B., machinist, house 17 Lopez 
Macfarlane Charles A., foreman, 547 Main, 

house 11 Lopez 
MacGill James D., printer Riverside Press, 

house 45 Blackstone 
MacGregor C. C. Mrs., house 29 Jay 
MacGregor John W., desig er Doe & Hun- 

newell (B), house 85 Pearl 
MacGregor see McGregor 
Machado Jacinth A., lab., h. 3 LoAvland av. 
Machado Manuel Jose, lab. Revere Sugar 
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Maciel Antoine V., hairdresser, 197 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Maciel Etta Miss, dress and cloak maker, 

house 199 Cambridge 
Maciel John V.. hairdresser 392 Cambridge 

house 197 do. 
Macihowski Frank, lab., house 15 Vine 
Mack Delia, dressmaker, bds. 9 Holly ave. 
Mack Ellen, wid. of Michael, h 22 Sparks 
Mack John, driver Charles Biver-st. li. Co. 
Mack John, driver Cambridge R. Co., bds. 

22 Spar s 
Mack Julia A., wid of Dennis, h 9 Holly av 
Mack Margaret, widow of Garrett, house 

i) Maynard place 
Mack Mary A., telegraph operator, boards 

9 Holly avenue 
Mack Mary E. Miss, nurse, b. 54 Austin 
Mackay Francis M.. house 10 Follen 
Mackay Wm., house 49 North avenue 
Mackin jas. M., house Andrew 
Mackin Richard, lab., bds. Mrs. Mackin's 
Andrew [Hampshire 

Mackin Wm., lab., 126 Portland, house 97 
Mackinnon John A,, trav. salesman h 67 

Oxford 
Mackinnon John A. jr., student H. U., bds. 
67 Oxford [at Boston 

Mackintosh Jas., tinsmith, 446 Main house 
Mackintosh Thos., carpenter, h 18 Orchard 
Macksey Frank, salesman (\\o Milk, B.), 
boards 79 Plymouth [mouth 

Macksey Kate, widow of Joseph, h 79 Ply- 
MacLeod William G., compressed yeast, 

rear 21 Summer, house 96 Inman 
Macoraber Sarah W. Miss, bookkeeper 282 

Broadway, boards 17 Magazine 
Macvane S. Marcus, instructor in History 

II. U., house 46 Langdon 
Madden Angelina Miss, d essmaker, 242 

Cambridge, house do. 
Madden Ann Mrs., house 13£ Warren 
Madden Daniel J., elk, 625 Main b 242 Camb 
Madden Jeremiah, iron moulder, 356 Main, 
house at Boston [Boston 

Madden John, boiler maker. 356 Main, h. at 
Madden John, carriage maker (B.). house 
172 Columbia [7 Second 

Madden John, varnisher. 203 Bridge, bds. 
Madden John J., clerk (B.), b 162 Camb. 
Madden John J., lumber surveyor (South, 

B.), bds. 242 Cambridge 
Madden Joseph. State, c. Osborn house at 

Charlestown 
Madden Martin, peddler, h. 27 Seventh 
Madden Owen, lab., house 5 Carson 
Madden Thos. F., sail maker, h. 242 Camb. 
Madden Thos. J., varnisher, 203 Bridge, b. 

7 Second 
Madden Win., lab., house 159 Winsor 
Maddox Thomas L., bookkeeper (1 F. H. 

sq., B.), house Sidney, cor. Chestnut 
Madero Anthony, shoemaker, 7 Harvard sq. 
house 113 Pleasant 



Maduro Francis S., janitor, h. 65 Wash. 
Magahy Andrew B., upholsterer, 23 Brattle 

house 121 Mt. Auburn 
Magee Annie, widow of Daniel, h 5 Carson 
Magee Bernard J., machinist, h 65 Norfolk 
Magee Bridget A. Miss. h. li.") Norfolk 
Magee Hugh, laundryman Mass. General 
Hospital (Blossom, cor. Allen, B.), h. 
98 Putnum avenue 
Magee John F., painter, (Somerville) h. 

198 Norfolk 
Magee Mary E. Miss, h. 65 Norfolk 
Magee Nellie F. Miss, bds. 65 Norfolk 
Magee Patrick, engineer 184 Broadwav, h. 

122 Elm 
Magee T. It., printer University Press 
Maginn Bridget Mrs., h. 13 Holly avenue 
Maglior Lee, at Bay State Brick Co., house 

Spruce 
Magoun Aaron B., bds. 315 Broadway 
Magoun Joseph, h, 62 Otis 
Magoun Michael, teamster, h. 105 Fourth 
Magoun Warren, bookbinder (51 Chardon, 

B.), house 28 Prospect 
Maguire Bernard, glass packer, house 243 

Cambridge 
Maguire Bernard, grocer, 58 Harvard, h. do. 
Maguire Daniel, house r. 20 Fourth 
Maguire Edward, blacksmith, bds. 28 
Fourth [h. 151 Austin 

Maguire Francis, oils (1 Central whf. B.), 
Maguire Frank, boilermaker, b. 69 Third 
Maguire James D., driver ()8 Bridge, bds. 

69 Third 
Maguire John, laborer, h. 35 School 
Maguire John, laborer, h. 293 Concord av. 
Maguire John, rope maker, h. 176 Green 
Maguire John B., sawyer, h. 27 Gore 
Maguire Maria Mrs., dressmaker, h. 69 

Third 
Maguire Mary Ann, widow of Francis, 

candy and toy store 41 Vine, h. do. 
Maguire Maurice F., piano polisher 20 

Albany, h. 35 School 
Maguire Philip, baker 31 Elm 

Maguire widow, h. 116 Fourth 

Maguire, see McGuire 

Mahady Daniel J., piano maker, h. 144 

Pearl 
Mahady John, organ maker (1299 Wash- 
ington, B.). h. Ill Magazine 
Mahady J. William, salesman (11 Com- 
mercial 15.), bds. Ill Magazine 
Mahaffy Ellen, widow of William, h. 133 
Franklin [h. 194 North avenue 

Mahaffy Francis J., printer (39 Arch, B.) 
Mahaffy John T., carpenter and builder, h. 
122 Green [at Boston 

Mahan Daniel, marble cutter 70 Bridge, h. 
Mahan James, shade maker 15 Blanche, 

bds. 172 Norfolk 
Mahan James, foreman sugar refinerv. h. 
190 Bridge [Ninth 

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Mahan Patrick, bricklayer, h. 172 Norfolk 

Mahan Sarah R., widow, h. 22 Fifth 

Mahan T., at 54 Bridge 

Mahar D., driver Camb. E. Co. 

Mahar Patrick, laborer, h. 40 Reed 

Mahar Thomas, hostler 16 Garden, h. do. 

Mahar Wm., laborer 169 Gore, bds. 19 

Seventh 
Mahar, see Meagher 

Mahegan James J., bookbinder (65 King- 
ston, B.), h. 9 Buck's block, Seventh 
Mahegan Michael, carpenter, bds, 4 Winter 
Maher Daniel, teamster, bds. 36 Cherry 
Maher Frank, cutter American Rubber Co., 

h. Berkshire, cor. Plymouth 
Maher James, teamster, bds. 36 Cherry 
Mahler Ellen, widow of Anthony, h. 110 

Harvard [110 Harvard 

Mahler Joseph, teamster, 184 Broodway, b. 
Mahoney Cairn, butcher, h. r. 2 Ninth 
Mahoney Cornelius, carpenter B. & L. R. 

R- repair shop, h. 124 Gore 
Mahoney Cornelius, laborer 169 Gore, h. 

24 Porter [42 First 

Mahoney Cornelius, teamster, 12 Camb., h. 
Mahoney Cornelius W., hack driver 15 

Church, bds. Farwell place 
Mahoney Daniel, gateman, F. R. R., New, 

house do. 
Mahoney David, carriage smith, 232 North 

avenue, bds. Porter's Hotel 
Mahoney David, teamster 84 Bridge, h. 8 

Cambridge [bridge 

Mahoney Dennis, butcher, bds. 198 Cam- 
Mahoney Dennis, coachman, h. 29 West 
Mahoney Dennis, laborer 160 Gore, h. r. 

269 Cambridge [ 1 6 1 £ Broadway 

Mahoney Dennis, blacksmith 92 Main. h. r. 
Mahoney Dennis, feeder Camb. R. Co., h. 

58 Cedar 
Mahoney Dennis, laborer, and boarding- 
house, h. 34 Hampshire [waite 
Mahoney Dennis, carpenter h,. 32 Cowperth- 
Mahoney Dennis, carpenter, rooms 31 

Holyoke 
Mahoney Dennis, laborer, h. 20 North 
Mahoney Dennis J., painter, h. 6 Stinsonct. 
Mahoney Fred D., organ varnisher 162 

Broadway, h. 19 Ninth 
Mahoney James, mason, h. 12 Warren 
Mahoney James, laborer, h. 13 Water 
Mahoney James, laborer, h. 2 Spring place 
Mahoney Jeremiah, at N. E. Glass Co. 
Mahoney Jeremiah, engine cleaner B. & L. 

R. R., h. 17 Winter [Co. 

Mahoney Jeremiah, fireman Amer Rubber 
Mahoney Jeremiah, h. 59 Winter 
Mahoney Jeremiah, stone cutter, bds. 241 

Mt. Auburn 
Mahoney Jeremiah J., laborer, h. r. 40 Gore 
Mahoney John, bar keeper, b. r. 67 Charles 
Mahoney John, laborer, bds. 34 Hampshire 
Mahoney John, teamster, Richardson & 

Bacon, h. 40 Winthrop 



Mahoney John D. .waiter (Parker House, B. ) 

Killary's block, Lilac ct. 
Mahoney John J., laborer, h. r. 60 Charles 
Mahoney Joseph, organ varnisher, 162 

Broadway, h. 15 Ninth 
Mahoney Mary, widow of John, h. 247 

Franklin [Dublin 

Mahoney Mary, widow of Jeremiah, h. 102 
Mahoney Mary, widow, h. 8 Hastings 
Mahoney Mary A. Miss, variety store, 13 

Hayes court 
Mahoney Patrick, asst. foreman Jas. Bolger 

Palmer, h. at Somerville 
Mahoney Patrick, laborer, bds. r. 2 Ninth 
Mahoney Patrick, upholster, (B.), bds. 58 

Winter [av. h. 217 do. 

Mahoney Patrick J., shoemaker, 222 North 
Mahoney P. roll man Amer Rubber Co. 
Mahoney Thomas F., clerk, bds. 56 Second 
Mahoney Timothy, machinist, 92 Main 
Mahoney Timothy, case maker, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 100 Vine 
Mahoney Timothy, laborer, h. 12 Harrison 
Mahoney Timothy, laborer, h. 24 Hayes ct. 
Mahoney Timothy, laborer, h. 17 Murdock 
Mahoney Timothy O., hackman, h. r. 118 

Webster avenue 
Mahoney Wm., lab., 28 Bridge, b. 14 East 
Mahoney William, laborer, h. 56 Cedar 
Mahoney William, laborer, h. 1 Eighth 
Mahoney Wm., mason, h. 116 Webster av. 
Mahoney William D., gardener, John L. 

Hayes, house 34 Sparks 
Mahoney Daniel, laborer, bds. 37 Bolton 
Mahoney Denis, laborer, house 37 Bolton 
Maiers Helen, widow of John E., house 

Chesenut, near Waverly 
Maiers Orlando A., gas-fitter (27 Brom- 

field, B.), h. Chestnut, n. Waverly 
Mains James, ward-tender, Mass. Gen- 
eral Hospital (Blossom cor. Allen, B.) 

h. 104 Putnam ave. 
Mains John, grocer, 16 Vine h. do. 
Mains John F., cooper, b. 16 Vine 
Mains Peter, peddler, b. 16 Vine 
Mains Patrick H.. laborer, b. 16 Vine 

MAITLAND JAMES, blacksmith, 
Sixth, cor. Harvard, h. near do. 
Major James, laborer, h. 13 Mavnard pi. 
Major William F., oil agt. (B.), h. 106 

Ellery 
Mallahan John M., at 174 Broadway, 
Mallahan John J. machinist, 17 Main, h. at 

Somerville. 
Mallahan Felix, laborer, h. 100 Sixth 
Mallally John, flagman, F. R. R. (Somer- 
ville) b. 7 Ninth [Thorndike 
Mallally Wm., cooper, 169 Gore, bds. 167 
Mallen John F., tailor, 510 Main, h. 494 
do. [Pleasant 
Malley Arthur fireman, 172 Pearl, h. 121 
Malley Charles W., b. 121 Pleasant 
Malley Catherine, widow of Thomas, h. 
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Malley Edward B., counselor, (66 Cam- 

bridge) boards 80 Otis 
Malley James, peddler b. 41 Willow 
Malley John, laborer, h. Concord ave n. F. 
R. R. [low 

Malley Patrick, grease collector, h. 41 Wil- 
Malley, see Mellev 

Maling F. I). 162 Broadway, h. 29 Ninth 
Mallon John, city laborer, h. Ill) Pleasant 
Mallon John, laborer, h. rear 249 Franklin 
Mallon Thos. J., confectioner, b. 119 Pleas- 
ant [b. do. 
Mallor Mary Mrs. dressmaker, 41 Union, 
Mallory Richard P., engraver, (160 Trem- 

ont, B.), h. 85 Hancock 
Mallows Martha, widow of James, h. 11 

Prospect 
Malloy Michael, hostler, h. 94 Spring 
Malone Charles W., potter, b. 112 Dublin 
Malone James W., conductor, Charles R. 

St. Co. 
Malone James marble-worker, A. McDon- 
ald, Mt. Auburn, b. 112 Dublin 
Malone John, laborer, b. 112 Dublin 
Malone Patrick, laborer, h., rear 29 Porter 
Malone Peter, asst. engineer, pumping house 
C. W. W. Lake View ave., h. 112 Dub- 
lin 
Malone Philip, tin ware manfr., 191 Hamp- 
shire, house 192 Norfolk 
Maloney Daniel, carpenter, h. 26 Donnell 
Maloney Daniel, laborer C. H. North & Co. 

(Somerville) h. 24 Porter 
Maloney Edward, stonecutter, h. 7 Lech- 
mere bldg., Lechmere sq. 
Maloney John, butcher, Niles Bros., h. 19 

Dublin 
Maloney John, stonecutter, Ids. 1 Lech- 
mere bldg., Lechmere sq. 
Malonev Thomas, grinder, Amer Rubber 

Co. 
Maloney Patrick, carpenter, Harvard Uni- 
versity [Tannery 
Maloney Wm., teamster, Almshouse, h. 
Maloney, see Moloney 

Maloony W. A., printer, University Press, 
Maloon Chas., hostler, b. Elm cor. Rus- 
sell 
Maloon John W., tinsmith, h. 14 Sands 
Manchester William H., cooper, b. 141 

Gore 
Manda Albert W. gardener, Botanic Gar- 
den, h. 1 Raymond 
Mandell Wm. A. ins. agt. (13 Exchange 

pi., room 8, B), h. 4 Walnut ave. 
Mandcll Wm. J., discount clerk, Tremont 
National Bank (8 Cougress, B.), h. 4 
Walnut ave. 
Manley Daniel, carpenter, h. 64 Harvard 
Manion Dennis, currier at Fischer's, Tan- 
nery, h. Sargent 
Manke Albert, machinist, h. 155 Winter 
Manly Cornelius, machinist, 29 Main, h. 
110 Gore 



Mann Bell Mrs. h. 127£ Combridge 

Mann Enoch W., clerk, (509 Main,) b. 93 

Austin 
Mann George J., letter carrier postoffice, 

7 Harvard row, h. 22 Mt. Auburn 
Mann Henry M., truss maker (99 Court B), 

h. 118 Winsor 
Mann Jesse, h. 186 Broadway 
Mann John, tailor, 211 North ave. h. at 

Watertown 
Mann Nehemiah P., jr.. coal (Doane B.), 

h. 168 Brookline. 
Maun N. Harris, conductor, Cambridge 

Railroad Co., b. I. N. Higgins, Hol- 

Avorthy pi. 
Mann R. F., machinist, 72 Main 
Mann Robert, machinist, b, 9 BroadAvay 
Mann William H., salesman (143 Tremont 

B.), h. 13 Hamilton 
Mann William J., safe-painter, 17 Main, b. 

in Boston 
Manning Abbie A. Miss, h. 59 Mt. Auburn 
Manning Bridget Miss. h. 19 Cowperthwaite 
Manning Catherine, Avidow of Michael, h. 

405 Cambridge 
Manning Charles B., pressman, Riverside 

Press, h. 33 Pleasant 
Manning Edmund, boots and shoes, 12 

Pearl, h. 162 Putnam ave. 
Manning Elizabeth Miss, h. 51 Elm 
Manning Frances A. Miss, h. 59 Mt. Au- 
burn [ave. 
Manning John, carpenter, b. 37 Cogswell 
Manning M. Henry S., foreman, 3 Hamp- 
shire, h. 49 Elm [Chester 
Manning Henry, at 203 Bridge, h. at Win- 
Manning James, liquors, etc., 419 Cam- 
bridge, h. at Somerville 
Manning James, laborer, h. Elrmvood ave., 

cor. Brattle [thwaite 

Manning John, fruit peddler, h. 15 CoAvper- 
Manning MattheAv, plasterer, h. 405 Camb. 
Manning Mehitable. wid. of John, h. 51 Elm 
Manning Nelson H., foreman coffin room, 

203 Bridge house at Winchester 
Manning P., driver, Cambridge R. Co. 
Manning R., driver, Cambridge R. Co. 
Manning Thomas J., baker, 405 Cambridge 
Manning Wm. H., driver, 82 Mt. Auburn, 

bds. 67 do. [B.), h. 21 Hewes 

Manning William. H., printer 18 P.O.Sq. 
Manning W. L. , starter Cambridge R. Co., 

bds. 4 South [cor. Moore 

Manning widow, h. 77 Washington, 

Mannix James C, butcher Niles Bros., h. 

205 Appleton [bds. do. 

Mannix Mary Miss, dressmaker, 66 Elm. 
Mannix Michael, car cleaner F. R. R., bds. 

28 Seventh [house 130 do. 

Mannix Michael, grocer, 132 Brookline, 
Mannix Timothy, butcher Niles Bros., h. 

Concord av., near AleAvife Brook 
Mannke Albert, coffin maker, 203 Bridge, 

house 55 Winter 



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Manser A., finisher, Otis, cor. First 
Mansfield Ann, widow of Thomas, h. 54 

Bolton 
Mansfield Daniel, pr ncipal Washington 

grammar school, h. 65 Hancock 
Mansfield Garrett, hoiler maker, 92 Main, 

house rear 41 Clark 
Mansfield James, laborer, h. 9 Broadway 
Mansfield William, h. 39 Putnam avenue 
Mansfield AYilliam (at Sapoline Co., B.), 

house 1 George [av. 

Mansise William, painter, h. 10 Clarendon 
Manson John, bds. 121 Western av. 
Manson Mary S., widow of John, h. 98 

Hancock 
Manson Nathaniel G., house 303 Harvard 
Manson Nathaniel G. Jr.. iron (77 Oliver, 

B.), bds. 303 Harvard 
Manson Rufus H., bookkeeper (22 Fulton, 

B.), house 303 Harvard 
Manson Walter P., hairdresser, 531 Main, 

bds. 98 Hancock 
Mantica Archelle, hairdresser, 12 Rogers 

block, Main, bds. do. 
Mara Michael, currier, Dudley 
Marble Samuel, blacksmith, bds. 58 Austin 
Marble William, sails, awnings, flags and 

decorations (357 Commercial, B.), h. 

18 Forest [Spring 

Marchal Edward, wood carver, rooms 54 
March Clement, leather (39 South, B.), h. 

300 Harvard [caster 

March Frank D., salesman (B.), h. 33 Lan- 
March Herbert B., salesman (103 Pearl, 

B.), house 323 Broadway 
March, see Marsh 
Marchand Frank D., stamper Seavey & Co., 

Third, house 83 Washington 
Marchant Arthur, milkman, bds. 5 Brewer 
Marchant Thomas, laborer, 203 Bridge, bds. 

at Somerville [bds. 275 Broadway 

Marchant William E., clerk, (71 BedfordB.) 
Marcoii Jules, house 42 Garden 
Marcy Henry E., bookkeeper (55 Sudbury, 

B.), house 209 Pearl 
Marcy Henrv ().. physician, 090/ Main and 

(110 BoVlston, B\), house 690 Main 
Marcy Margaret J., widow of John H., h. 

209 Pearl 
Marden Asa L., carpenter, h. 108 Pearl 
Marden Ellis W.. clerk (244 Washington, 

B.), bds. 108 Pearl 
Marden Frank A., cracker dealer, 28 Pros- 
pect, bds. 32 W stern avenue 
Marden Hoi man J., confectioner, 047 

Main, house 80£ Green [mont 

Marden John H., laborer, bds. 108£ Tre- 
Mare u Goorge G. Mrs., house 00 Dana 
Marean. see Marron 
Marie Frank, laborer, house 19 South 
Marie Sarah B. Mrs., h. 142 Washington 
Marion Joseph, broom maker, 412 Main 

bds. Erie 
Marion Oliver, cabinet maker, h. 5J North 



Mark Edward L., instructor in Zoo ogical -^ 

laboratory, H. U., h. 48 Shepard ^T 

Markey Chanes A., teamster B. & L. R. J? ^ 

R. shop, house rear 90 Gore J™* 

Marks Margaret Mrs., dressmaker, h. 00 -3^ 

Pleasant i—t- 

Marks Michael F. (McKillican & Marks), 

roofer, 49 Winter, house 20 Third CJ" 

Marks Wm. L., carpenter and builder, h. 00 CD 

Pleasant 
Marienski Frank, laborer Revere Sugar QO 

Refinery, house 52 Winter [Winter ££ 

Marienski John, cloth sponger (B.), h. 52 £} 
Marlin Bessie Miss, packer, 31 Elm, bds. «— *■ 

11 Willow "~ ^. 

Marlin Henry, bottler, (Fairbanks & Neale, 

Howard, B.), h. 95 Webster av. 
Marlin James M., laborer, bds. 11 Willow 
Marlin Kezia, widow, house 11 Willow 
Marlin Leonora Miss, packer, 31 Elm. bds. 

11 Willow 
Marlow Joseph, bar-keeper, rooms 94 Gore 
Marois Alfred, cutter American Rubber 

Co., house 41 Seventh 
Maroney Joanna, widow, h. 174 Thorndike 
Maroney John F., salesman (30 Winter, 

B.), bds. 174 Thorndike 
Marple Wm., safe maker, 17 Main 
Marquis Norbert, baker, Dublin, bds. P. 

Morse's, do. 
Marquis Pierre, brkkmaker, h. 83 Dublin 
Marr Geo. S., carpenter, 113 Broadwav. h. 

178 Harvard [bds. 22 Eighth 

Marr Geo. W. ,. conductor Cambridge R. Co. 
Marr J. Trafton, salesman (07 Summer, 

B.), house 87 Green 
Marr Nellie Miss, bds. \5> Austin [ct. 

Marrah Alice, wid. of Thomas, h. 7 Hayes 
Marrah. John A., printer University Press, 

bds. 7 Hayes court 
Marrett Augustus P., clerk, bds. D. Apple- 
ton Marrett's, Avon hill [Linnaean 
Marrett D. Appleton, house Avon hill, near 
Marrett Lorenzo, lawyer, Lechmere Bank 

building, 00 Cambridge, house High- 
land avenue, n ar Broadway 
IV/TARSDJEIV JAMES, grocer, 395 
JjfX. Main, house do. [Suffolk 

Marsden Thos., clerk, 543 Main, house 9 
Marsden Thos., helper, 350 Main 
Marsh Andrew L., driver, h. 52 Elm 
Marsh Benj. F., clerk (Norman, B.), house 

40 Fifth [B.), h. 15 Florence 

Marsh Charles A., printer (11 Bromfield, 
Marsh Charles S., clerk, 97 Cambridge, h. 

142 Spring [bds. 80 Spring 

Marsh Edward, clerk (25 Franklin, B.), 
Marsh George W., finisher N. E. Glass Co., 

house 152 Cambridge 
Marsh Henry, physician, h. 130£ Green 
Marsh John, engineer, 91 Broadway, house 

229 Main 
Marsh Luella Miss, teacher Otis primary 

school, boards 80 Spring 



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Marsh Mary, widow, nurse, h. 29 Pleasant 
Marsh Sarah A., widow of George, house 86 
Spring [b. 44 Mt. Auburn 

Marsh Willie J., book-binder, 418 Harvard, 
Marsh William J. S., spring-maker, 162 

Broadway, house at Wilmington 
Marshall Edwin, wheelwright, rooms 54 

Fourth 
Marshall Emanuel, laborer, h. r. 105 Fourth 
Marshall Frank H. (O. S. Brown & Co.), 
flour, etc., Ill Bridge, house 72 Fourth 
Marshall Fred. J., foreman American Rub- 
ber Co., house 60 Webster avenue 
Marshall Freeman W., hostler, h. 8 Eliot 
Marshall George, laborer, 169 Gore, house 

15 McCabe [Main, b. do. 
Marshall George L., dental-student, 5934 
Marshall Herbert, at American Rubber Co., 

house 159 Prospect 
Marshall John H., carpenter, h. 50 Holyoke 
Marshall Joseph, cabinet-maker, 12 Gore, 

house at Stoncham 
Marshall Mary, widow, house 16 Antrim 
Marshall Mary A., widow of Truman, house 

60 Webster avenue [rms. 54 Fourth 
Marshall Robert, blacksmith, 4 Cambridge, 
Marshall Robert T., tinman, h. 66 Fairmont 
Marshall Simeon F., dentist, 593£ Main, h. 

do. 
Marshall Thomas J., hostler, h. 15 Willow 
Marshall William D., carpet-salesman, h. 

225 Putnam avenue 
Marshall William P., billiards (114 Sud- 
bury, Boston), house 70 Prospect 
MARSH EA JAUIES W., watch- 
maker and jeweler, 448 Harvard, h. 
8 Charles River [B.), h. 71 Pearl 

Marshea John D., brass-finisher (Oliver, 
Marsman William, hostler Cambridge R. 

Co., house Harvey [Orchard 

Marsters John M., clergyman, house 1 
Marston Charles C, billiards, 189 North av., 

house Regent, corner North avenue 
Marston Frank E., traveling salesman (35 

Oliver, Boston), bds, 21 Western ave. 
Marston George A., police, station 1, house 

16 Spruce [h. 12 Oak 
Marston George H. M. , lumber surveyor, 
Martell Edward, laborer, boards 171 Dublin 
Martell Frank E. (F. E. Martell & Co.), 

essences, 539 Main, boards 52 Austin 

MARTELL F. E. & CO. (Frank 
E. Martell, extracts, etc., 539 Main, 
and (115 Water, Boston) 
Martell Patrick, laborer, house 171 Dublin 
Martin Albert, clerk (451 Washington, B.), 
boards 2 River [52 Union 

Martin Charles D., baker, 33 Elm, boards 
Martin Daniel, carpenter, h. 377 Cambridge 
Martin David, furrier, 2 River, house do. 
Mai tin Edward, looking-glass plates (15 
Chardon, Boston), h. Munroe, n. Third 
Martin George F., carpenter, boards A 75 
Putnam avenue 



Martin George W., hairdresser, house 45 

Washington 
Martin G. W, conductor Cambridge R. Co. 
Martin Henry N., peddler, h. 71 Columbia 
Martin James, net-maker, boards 28 Vine 
Martin James, shoemaker, 34 Boylston, h. 

1 Butler's court. Charles River 

MARTIN JAUIES, sail-maker (114 
Commercial, Boston), h. 16 Hamilton 
MARTIN JAMES A M sail-maker 
(114 Commercial, Boston), house Ox- 
ford, corner Sacramento 
Martin James J., merchant-tailor, 436£ 

Harvard, boards 22 Grant 
Martin Jane Mrs., house r. 382 Cambridge 
Martin John, bootmaker, 247£ Broadway 

and 544 Main, house do. [Watson 

Martin John, laborer, 469 Main, house 14 
Martin J., hostler, 201 Main 
Martin John D., piano-trimmer, 20 Albany, 

house at Dedham 
Martin John E., painter, boards 115 Elm 
Martin John F., carpenter, b. 174 Columbia 
Martin John H., waiter, bds. 45 Washington 
Martin Joseph J., net-maker, bds. 28 Vine 
Martin Joseph P., clerk, 9 Harvard square, 

house 83 Concord avenue 
Martin Lewis, printer (B.), b, 79 Tremont 
Martin Martha A. Miss, teacher Thorndike 

grammar school, boards 65 Otis 
Martin Mary, widow of Luke, h. 17 Dublin 
Martin Mary Mrs., house r. 335 Cambridge 
Martin Mary Mrs., house 45 Garden court 
Martin Mary A., widow of Thomas, house 

rear 41 Clark 
Martin Michael, laborer, house 22 Grant 
Martin Michael, gilder, house 148 Charles 
Martin Owen, shoemaker, rear Harvard sq., 

house 454 Broadway 
Martin Patrick, net-maker, house 28 Vine 
Martin Peter, carpenter, h. 174 Columbia 
Martin Robert M., brass-finisher (Boston), 

house 85 Clark [ham, h. 79 Tremont 
Martin Stephen, moulder H. M. Bird, Pel- 
Martin Stephen, Jr., ban joist, boards 79 

Tremont [22 Sparks 

Martin Thomas, plumber, 8 Brattle, boards 
Martin Thomas, laborer, h. G6 Washington 
Martin Thomas, cabinet-maker, house 52 

Union 
Martin Thomas, machinist, bds. 38 Bigelow 
Martin Thomas F., clerk, 5 Harvard row, 

boards 17 Dublin 
Martin Thomas F., action-maker, 139 

Broadway, house 382 Cambridge 
Martin Thomas K.. jig sawyer 54 Bridge, 

houi--e 127^ Winsor 

MARTIN WALTER C, book- 
keeper (114 Com'l, B.), boards 16 
Hamilton [boards 52 Union 

Martin Walter H., boiler maker 356 Main, 
Martin Win., currier, h. 71 Charles 
Martin Wm., porter, b. 45 Wash. 
Martin Winnie Mrs., h. 3 Soden PI. 



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Martin Wm. A., hardware (6 Dock Sq., 

B.), h. 2 River 
Martin Wm. II., lawyer 563 Main and (209 

Wash., B.), house 32 Pearl 
Maruny David, butcher, b. 198 Camb. 
Maruny John, butcher, b. 198 Camb. 
Marvin Chas. S., foreman, h. 43 Fairmont 
Marvin Eliza H. Mrs., variety store 123 

Western Av., h. do. 
Marvin Frank A., clerk (45 Oliver, B.), 

house 13 Essex 
Marvin Joseph H., carpenter 101 Green, 
house 97 Hancock [mont 

Marvin Mary, wid. of Chas. S., h. 43 Fair- 
Marvin Richard T., carpenter, h. 5 War- 
land 
Marvin Sam'l W., carpenter, h. 97 Hancock 
Marvin Wm. J., builder, harbor master and 

bridge commissioner, h. 102 Austin 
Marx Fred, b. 14 Cowperthwaite 
Marx Philip, h. 14 Cowperthwaite 
Marx Phillip A., printer, house 14 Cowper- 
thwaite 
Marzlin Frederick, wood turner M. E. 

Hideout & Co., house 16 Park 
Mason Ann Mrs., widow, boards Alexander 

McDonald's, Mt. Auburn 
Mason Arthur, brick burner, h. 23 Sargent 

MASON CHAS. A. (W A. Mason 
& Son), civil engineer 603 Main, h. 

87 Raymond [Raymond 

Mason Clara M., wid. of Wm. A., house 87 
Mason Edw. E., clerk (122 Beach, B.), b. 

22 South 
Mason Eleanor A., widow of John F., 

nurse, house 22 South 
Mason Elford, brick maker, h. 23 Sargent 
Mason Ella F. Mrs., copyist Otis, corner 

Second, bds. 107 Prospect 
Mason Ellsworth A. (C. H. Langley & Co.) 

fish, Hampshire, cor. Elm 
Mason Francis M., truant officer ward 5, 

house 5 Dover 
Mason Frank, clerk, b. 5 Ashburton PI. 
Mason Frank E., h. 16i Western Av. 
Mason Frank S., pattern maker (Sudbury, 

B.), h. 5 Ashburton PI. [Franklin 

Mason Geo. D., clerk 610 Main, house 86 
Mason Geo. F., wood turner 113 Broadway, 

h. rear 508 Main 
Mason George W., ice man (Boston Ice 

Co.), house 74 Gore 
Mason Harrie E., salesman (274 State, B.), 

boards 84 Inman 
Mason Henry, treas, Mason & Hamlin Or- 
gan and Piano Co. 1(52 Broadway, h. 

at Brookline 
Mason Joseph H., h. 13 Pine 
Mason Lowell, president Mason & Hamlin 

Organ & Piano Co. 162 Broadway, h. at 

New York 
Mason Mary C. Miss, h. 298 Harvard 
Mason M. M., conductor Camb. R. Co. 



Mason Napoleon B., carpenter, house Hotel 

School [Ashburton PI. 

Mason Sarah E., wid. of Chas. S., h. 5 

Mason Susan, widow of Newell P., house 2 

Worcester 

MASON W. A- & SON (Chas. A. 
Mason), civil engineers Hyde's blk. 

603 Main, room 3 
Mason & Hamlin Organ & Piano Co. 162 

Broadway, salesroom (154 Tremont, 

B.) [Walden, near Dublin 

Masse Francois, baker, bds. P. Morse's, 
Massey Eugene, baker 71 Vine, h. do. . 
Massey Robert, hostler, h. 20 Hayes Ct. 
Massey Samuel, coachman 21 Kirkland, h. 

r. 99 Mt. Auburn 
Massey Thos., coachman 25 Kirkland, b. do. 
Massey AVm., coachman (B.), house r. 99 

Mt. Auburn 
Masson John, saddle maker, b. 7 Blanche 
Masstrangiato Raphael, h. 61 Austin 
Massure Geo. A., trav. salesman (87 Broad, 

B.), h. 47 Elm 
Masterman Ira, h. Ill Inman 
Masterson Christopher, hostler A. H. Hews', 

Crescent, house do. 
Matchett Clara E. Miss, teacher Webster 

Grammar School, boards 23 Bigelow 
Matheson Catherine Mrs., bread store 76 

Harvard, h. do. 
Matheson Henry C, salesman (Wash., B.), 

boards 16 Cogswell Av. 
Matheson Hugh, carpenter, h. 11 Eighth 
Matheson James W., carpenter Niles Bros., 

house 16 Cogswell Av. 
Matheson John J., machinist helper 356 

Main, house 76 Harvard 
Mathews Abraham, lab., h. 51 Hastings 
Mathews Alphonze, at 54 Bridge, house 31 

Carson 
Mathews Caleb D., waiter Memorial Hall, 

rooms 31 Webster Avenue 
Mathews Emery A., organ action maker, 

boards 57 River 
Mathews Eugene H., printer University 

Press, house 32 Wendell 
Mathews George J., clerk (88 Washington, 

B.), boards 57 River 
Mathews Jas. C, elk. 33 River, b. 57 River 
Mathews John W. , painter, h. 57 River 
Mathews Joseph, rms. 17 Flagg 
Mathews Riley W., driver, h. 12 Eliot 
Mathews T. A., medical student, bds. 252 

Pearl [57 River 

Mathews Wm. P., shoemaker, 560 Main, h. 
Mathews William R,, clerk, 169 Gore, rms. 

54 Fourth [Colnmbia 

Matthes Henry W., watchmaker, rms. 136 
Matthes William H., brass finisher (B.), h. 

136 Columbia [5 Pioneer 

Matthews John, boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 
Matthews Louis, engineer F. Fischer's, 

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Piano Co., Albany, h. 80 Chestnnt 
Matthews Richard, h. 28 Lee 
Matthews Sophia, widow, b. 47 Austin 

Matthews , waiter Memorial Hall, rms. 

91 Webster av. 
Matthews, see Mathews 
Mattson Peter, tailor (B.), rms. 2 Bristol 
Mathy Lambert, cabinet maker, h. 17 Cherry 
Mauch Gottlieb, cabinet maker (E. B.), h. 
14 Winter [Main, h. at Boston 

Maura Joaquin Carlos, stone-cutter, 43 
Maurer Heronemus, clock repairer, h. 45 
Sargent [h. 100 Spring 

Mauser Robert, foreman Keeler & Co., 
Maxwell Albion P., mason, h. Cushing, n. 

Belmont 
Maxwell May J., dressmaker, h. 39 Seventh 
Maxwell Sarah Mrs., h. 168 Cambridge 
May David, wood turner, 308 Main, h. 140 
Hampshire [Magazine, h. do. 

May George R., chewing-gum mnfr.. 118 
May James, baker, 215 Cambridge, h. 94 
Spring [h. G2 Webster ave. 

Mayall Jas. E., engineer Am. Rubber Co., 
May berry Elijah N., salesman (172 State, 

: .), h. 14 Shepard 
Mayberry James O., mariner, h. 20 Avon 
May berry Willis, action maker, 113 Broad- 
way' h. 113 Hampshire 
Maybury Samuel, tinsmith, h. 35 Banks 
Mayers Aaron B., carpenter, h. 265 Sidney 
Mayers Casper, carver, h. 14 Winter 
Mayers John L., carpenter and builder, 

State, c. Osborn, h. 261 Sidney 
Mayers J. L. &Co., carpenters and build- 
ers, State, c. Osborn 
Maynahan Neal A., clerk, b. 47 Mt. Auburn 
Maynard Charles E., locksmith (12 Brattle, 

B.), b. 18 Eliot 
Maynard Eben W., h. 109 Auburn 
Maynard Franklin, rubber cement (40£ 

Faneuil Hall sq., B.) h. 18 Eliot 
Maynard George C, salesman (276 Pur- 
chase, B.), h. 7 Meacham 
Maynard Henry O., foreman of electro and 

stereo. University Press, h. 26 Mellen 

Maynard John W., pnllman car conductor, 

b. 109 Auburn [Meacham 

Maynard Martha, widow of Gideon, h. 7 

Maynard Thos. F.,tile setter (44 Boylston, 

B.), h. Holworthy pi. 
Maynes George Wm., sausage maker, h. 

107 Tremont 
Maynes Harriet E., widow of Geo., h. 103 

Webster ave. 
Maynes, see Mains 

Mayo Amariah E., mariner, h, 220 Pearl 
Mayo Chesley II., engineer, h. 88 Thorn- 
dike [b. 220 Pearl 
Mayo Frank E., clerk (74 Washington, B..), 
Mayo George Mrs., r. 1 Winthrop sq. 
Mayo H. B., bookbinder, h. 18 Howard 



Mayo James H., coal, (N. Y.), h. 164 
Brattle 

Mayo Jasper, hostler, h. Harvey, corner 
Montgomery [164 Brattle 

Mayo Laura A., widow of James L., bds. 

Mayo Nelson J., liquors, 169 Bridge, h. do. 

Mc Adams Stephen A., printer (93 Watir, 
B.), h. 12 Village 

McAdoo William, laborer, h. 177 Dublin 

McAleer Elizabeth, groceries, 25 Seventh, 
h. do. 

McAleer Bernard, teamster, h. 55 Charles 

McAleer John J., brush maker, h. 64 Vine 

McAleer Patrick, peddler, h. 25 Seventh 

McAllen Charles, laborer, h. 265 Putnam av. 

McAllen Dennis, h. Lechmere pi. 

McAllen Edward, laborer, h.265 Putnam av. 

McAllen John J., pressman, bds. 265 Put- 
nam av. 

McAlster Felix, at 203 Bridge 

McAllister Dennis, laborer, h. 30 Davis 

McAllister John, teamster, h. 16 Willow 

McAllister Vesta A., widow, h. r. 162 
Cambridge [h. do. 

McAllister Wm., shoemaker, 134 Bridge, 

McAlpine Ida I. Miss, clerk, 601 Main, b. 
16£ Western av. 

McAnaul Thomas, shoemaker, 30 Central 
square, h. 73 Pleasant 

McArdell Robert, cigar maker (B.), house 
4 Village 

McArdle Ellen, widow of Constantine, h. 
17 Donnell 

McArdle, Mary E. Mrs., millinery, 23 
Boylston, b. 21 Bowdoin 

McArdle Owen, laborer, h. Cushing, opp. 
Cushing court 

McArdle Patrick, stone cutter, h. 19 Donnell 

McArthur Cornelius, foreman Mt. Auburn 
cemetery, h. Coolidge av. 

McArthur Cornelius J., carpenter, b. 18 Far- 
well pi. 

McArthur Daniel H., carpenter, b. Wm. 
McArthur's, Woodlawn ave. 

McArthur John A., painter, h. 4 Anstin pi. 

McArthur Neil, carpenter, h. 27 Walnut ct. 

McArthur Nelson, laborer Mt. Auburn 
Ceuetery, b. Wm. McArthur's, Wood- 
lawn ave. 

McArthur Olive J. Mrs., nurse, house 4 
Austin pi. [n. Cushing 

McArthur Wm., carpenter, h. Woodlawn av., 

McAskill Felix, h. 12 Village 

McAuley David, at 17 Main 

McAuliffe Daniel, register maker, 153 Put- 
nam av., h. 142 Pleasant 

McAuliffe Thomas, plasterer, house 254 
Franklin [71 Concord av. 

McAvoy Annie Miss, music teacher, bds. 

McAvoy Arthur, blacksmith, Church, cor. 
Palmer, b. 15 Farwell pi. 

McArthur E. L., conductor Camb. R. Co. 

McAvoy John, laborer, h. 2 Rogers blk. 

McAvoy John I., b. 71 Concord av. 



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McAvoy Julia, widow of Arthur, h. 71 Con- 
cord ave. 
McAvoy Patrick, h. 57 Moore 
McAvoy Patrick jr., engineer (109 State, 

B.), h. 57 Moore 
McAvoy Thos.,city laborer, h. r. 55 Araory 
McAvoy Timothy Mrs., boarding-house 1 

Hampshire 
McAvoy Timothy, mariner, h. 1 Hampshire 

McAvoy conductor Camb. R. Co. 

McBarron Ann, wid of Thos. h. 25 Third 
McBay Charles H., painter, h. 43 Union 
McBeth Bernard, machine hand, h. 121 

Spring 
McBeth Win, h. 29 Third 
McBride Bernard, coachman Wm, Read's, 

Appleton, li. 104 Sparks 
McBride Henry, pedler, b. r. 13 Vine 
McBride James, laborer, Mt. Auburn cem- 
etery, h. Concord av., 3d f rom F. R.R. 
McBride John, h. rear 13 Vine 

pedler, h. rear 13 Vine 
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laborer, b. James 

Bride's, Concord av., n. F. R. R. 
McBrien Wm., teamster, h. 58 Charles 
McCabe Annie E. Miss, dressmaker, 6 

Blair place, b. do. 
McCabe Annie J. Miss, station agent F. R. 

R. Fresh Pond station, b. Mrs. Mary 

McCabe's, New 
McCabe Bernard, conductor Camb. R. Co., 

b. 23 Willow 
McCabe Edward J. , laborer, b. Mrs. Mary 

McCabe's, New 
McCabe Felix, carpenter, h. 22 McCabe 
McCabe James, pedler, h. 23 Willow 
McCabe James, laborer, b. Mrs. Mary 

McCabe's, New 
McCabe James, safe maker, 17 Main 
McCabe James T., confectioner, house 4 

Rogers court 
McCabe John, blacksmith, 168 Columbia, 

h. 178 do. 
McCabe John, teamster, h. 30 North 
McCabe John H., liquors, 377 Camb., h. 

180 Winsor 
McCabe Nancy Miss, h. 63 Bolton 
McCabe Owen T., barrels 176 Winsor and 

clerk 377 Camb., b. 180 Winsor 
McCabe Patrick Mrs., h. 180 Winsor 
McCabe Patrick, laborer, h. 63 Bolton 
McCabe Peter, freight conductor, house 20 

Spring [North 

McCabe Samuel, laborer, 17 East, h. 54 
McCabe Terrence, laborer, h. 6 Blair pi. 
McCaffrey Barney, porter, Riverside Press, 

h. 2 Lf.wrence 
McCaffrey Bridget, widow of Archibald, h. 

171 Franklin [123 Fourth 

McCaffrey Catherine, widow of Murphy, h. 
McCaffrey Eliza, widow, h. 275 Broadway 






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McCaffrey Hugh, harness maker, 365 Z? 

Camb., h. 197 Hampshire 
McCaffrey Jas. A., teamster, b. 83 Charles 
McCaffrey James E., carpenter, h. 5 Hunt- 
ing 
McCaffrey John, carpenter, b. 5 Hunting 
McCaffrey Peter, potter, h. 124 Green 
McCaffrey Philip H., teamster, house 83 

Charles 
McCaffrey Thomas, teamster, b. 83 Charles 
McCaffrey T. Harris, traveling agent (B.), 

h. 83 Gore 
McCall David, teamster, 69 Main, bds. 7 

Conlon's court 
McCall Henry, laborer, h. 7 Conlon's ct. 
McCall Henry Jr., laborer, b. 7 Conlon's ct. 
McCall Jane, widow, h. 192 Norfolk 
McCall Peter, furniture polisher, b. 7 Con- 
lon's ct. 
McCallar Daniel C, salesman (116 Tre- 

mont, B.), b. 305 North av. 
McCallar George M., book-keeper, (51 

Hanover, B.), h. 303 North av. 
McCallar John F., millinery (490 Wash., 
B.), h. 305 North av. " [av. 

McCallar Louise F., widow, h. 303 North 
McCaller Louise F. Miss, h. 303 North av. 
McCallum Frank J., driver, b. 40 Sidney 
McCalvey Sarah A., widow of James, h. 

103 Western av. 
McCann Bridget Miss, h. 118 Gore 
McCann Charles J., arctic maker, bds. 2 
Lawrence [Lawrence 

McCann Eliza, widow of James, house 2 
McCann James, boot maker, b. 13 Brewery 
McCann John H., brush maker (132 Oli- 
ver, B.), h. 174 Norfolk 
McCann Wm. J., merchant tailor, 623 

Main, b. 2 Lawrence 
McCann, see Macann 
McCarron Edward H., teamster (Chas'n), 

h. 61 Spring 
McCarron Neil, 139 Broadway, h. 171 Otis 
McCart Wm., teamster, b. 8 Stevens ct. 
McCarthy Annie Mrs., grocer, Hampshire 

cor. Bristol, h. do. 
McCarthy Anthony, laborer, 169 Gore, b. 

131 Spring 

McCarthy Callahan, stone cutter, h. 42 

Washington [h. 6 Watson 

McCarthy Carbery T., book-binder (B.), 

McCarthy Catherine, widow of Timothy, h. 

159 Broadway 
McCarthy Catherine E. , widow of Timothy 

h. 145 Elm 
McCarthy Charles, teamster, h. 62 Charles 
McCarthy Charles, laborer, h. 149 Bridge 
McCarthy Charles, laborer, h. 5 Cedar sq. 
McCarthy Charles, wheelwright, b. 352 

North av. 
McCarthy Charles E. (McCarthy & Camp- 
bell), hairdresser, 71 Camb., h. 13 Vine 
McCarthy Cornelius, cutter, h. 261 Frank- 
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McCarthy D. J., driver, Camb - . R. Co. 
McCarthy Daniel, teamster, h. 7 Hannum 

block, Broadway 
McCarthy Daniel, clerk (B.), b. 6 Elm 
McCarthy Daniel, laborer, h. 208 Bridge 
McCarthy Daniel, h. 55 Amory 
McCarthy Daniel, laborer, h. 7 Hannum 

blk., Broadway 
McCarthy D niel, laborer, h. 
McCarthy Daniel, teamster 

Third 
McCarthy Dennis, h. 6 Mead 
McCarthy Dennis, laborer, h 
McCarthy Dennis, drawtender B. 

R., h. 4 Third 
McCarthy Dennis D., constable, h. Bristol, 

corner Hampshire 
McCarthy Dennis F., laborer, h. 32 North 
McCarthy Ellen, widow of Dennis, h. rear 

77 E!m [Reed 

McCarthy Ellen, widow of John, house 27 
McCarthy Ellen, wid. of Donald, h. 14 East 
McCarthy Ellen, wid., h. 14 Cowperthwaite 
McCarthy Eugene, carriage painter, bds. 7 

Hannum block, Broadway 
McCarthy Eugene, baker, house 57 Amory 
McCarthy Eugene A., medical student, 

boards 6 Watson 
MrCaithy Eugene C, gardener, h 6 Watson 
McCarthy Florence, pressman (400 Wash., 

B.), house 12 Magee 
McCarthy Francis J., iron moulder, boards 

8 Green [Lechmere place 

McCarthy Frank J., casket trimmer, b. 6 
McCarthy James, tailor (4 Park, B.), house 

112 Gore 
McCarthy James, teamster, bds. 28 Pelham 
McCarthy James, tailor, 453 Main, house 

165 Green [h. r. 10 Third 

McCarthy James, watchman B. & L. R. R., 
McCarthy James H., messenger (Custom 

House, B. y , house 85 Wendell 
McCarthy Jas. H., plumber, b. 1 Holly ave 
McCarthy Jas. J., cooper, house 115 Auburn 
McCarthy Jeremiah, tailor, h. 41 Spruce 
McCarthy Jeremiah, hostler, 254 Bridge, h. 

258 do. 
McCarthy Jeremiah, clerk, b 6 Lechmere pi 
McCarthy Jeremiah, switch tender F. R.R., 

boards 208 Bridge 
McCarthy Jeremiah, teamster, G9 Main, h. 

26 Portland [49 North 

McCarthy Joanna, widow of Patrick, house 
McCarthy John, fireman B. & L. R. R., bds 

24 East 
McCarthy John, lab., b. Lechmere place* 
McCarthy John Mrs., widow, h. 175 Camb. 
McCarthy John, stamper, house 28 Pelham 
McCarthy John, tailor, 216 Cambridge, 

house 1 Eighth 
McCarthy John, iron moulder, h 16£ Clark 
McCarthy John, lab., h. r. 189 Hampshire, 

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McCarthy John, currier (59 Beverley, B.) 

house 15 Flagg [76 Spruce 

McCarthy John, currier F. Fischer, house 
McCarthy John, currier Muller Brothers 

Tannery 
McCarthy John F., clerk, house 8 Green 
McCarthy John H., conductor Met. R. R., 

B.), boards 258 Bridge 
McCarthy John H., plumber B. & L. R. R. 

shop, house 83 Bridge 
McCarthy John J., bookkeeper (59 Beverly 

B.), boards 15 Flagg 
McCarthy John J., cigar maker, house 3 

Whitney court 
McCarthy John N., cigar maker, boards 

3 Whitney court 
McCarthy John R., plumber, h. 16 Brown 
McCarthy Julia T. Miss, dressmaker, bds. 

8 Green 
McCarthy Kate Mrs., house 188 Norfolk 
McCarthy Margaret Miss, house 22 North 
McCarthy Margaret Mrs., house East 
McCarthy Mary, widow, boards 100 Otis 
McCarthy Mary, widow of John, variety 

store, 72 Spruce, house do. 
McCarthy Mary Mrs., house 57 Amory 
McCarty Mary F. . widow of Francis, house 

8 Green 
McCarthy Maurice, lab., h. 6 Lechmere pi. 
McCarthy Michael, at 162 Broadway, house 

117 Tremont 
McCarthy Michael A., stonecutter, house 

rear 42 Washington 
McCarthy Nelly F. Miss, teacher Lowell 

primary school, b 88 Beacon Somerville 
McCarthy Patrick, lab., 220 Portland 
McCarthy Patrick lab., 86 Mt. Auburn, 

house Murray, near Eliot 
McCarthy Patrick, teamster, h. 58 North 
McCarthy Patrick, lab., house 31 East 
McCarthy Patrick, house 4 Chestnut Park 
McCarthy Patrick, lab. 211 Bridge, house 

5 Hunting 
McCarthy Patrick, lab., housa 52 Charles 
McCarthy Patrick, lab. 169 Gore, house 8 

McCabe 
McCarthy Patrick, lab., bds. 14 East 
McCarthy Patrick, lab., house 31 Winthrop 
McCarthy Patrick, lab. Riverside Oil Works 

boards 151 Otis 
McCarthy Patrick, market 240 Camb. bds. 

21 Carson [Cambridge 

McCarthy Patrick, plasterer, house 410 
McCarthy Patrick A., tailor, 218 North av., 

house 55 Raymond 
McCarthy Patrick B., teamster, 12 Gore, 

house at Somerville 
McCarthy Patrick E. painter B. & L. R. si op 
McCarthy Thos., currier, h. 254 Franklin 
McCarthy Timothy, lab., bds. 8 Broadway 
McCarthy Timothy, lab. 169 Gore, house 5 

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McCarthy Timothy, lab. house 85 Bridge 
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McCarthy Timothy, bds. 41 Spruce 
McCarthy Timothy, gate tender F. R. R., 

house Montgomery, near Spruce 
McCarthy Timothy, tailor, bds. 41 Spruce 
McCarthy William, moulder, b. 208 Bridge 
McCarthy Wm., watchman, house 2 Vine 
McCarthy Wm. EL, tailor, house Derby lane 
McCarthy & Campbell (Charles E. McCar- 
thy and Thomas F. Campbell), hair- 
dresser, 71 Cambridge 
McCarthy, see McCarty 
McCartney Daniel, at Am. Rubber Co. 
McCarty Annie E., widow of Michael, 

house 1 Holly avenue 
McCarty Charles J., painter, h. 29 Reed 
McCarty Daniel, lab., house Cushing, cor. 

Cushing court 
McCarty Dan'l, lab., 169 Gore, b 12 McCabe 
McCarty D., trackman Cambridge R. Co. 
McCarty D. J., driver Cambridge R. Co. 
McCarty John, boot fitter, h. 81 Boylston 
McCarty John, gardener, house Appleton, 

near Vassal lane 
McCarty Matthew, engineer Ivers & Pond, 

Piano Co. Albany, house at Somerville 
McCarty Patrick, cooper, house 151 Otis 
McCarty Patrick, driver 120 Green, house 

112 Kinnaird 
McCarty Wm., cooper, house 68 Vine 
McCarty Wm., moulder H. M. Bird, Pel- 
ham, house 10 Webster avenue 
McCartv Wm. A., eleetrotvper (B.), house 

27 Vine 
McCarville Ellen M., widow of Andrew, h. 

15 West 
McCarville James, house 25 Cedar 
McCarrille Joseph J., laborer, bds. 15 West 
McCarville Owen, watchman, bds. 15 West 
McCarville Peter J., city lamplighter, bds. 

25 Cedar 
McCaughey Arthur, at American Tube 

Works (Somerville), h. 41 Sacramento 
McCaughey John M., at University Press, 

boards 41 Sacramento 
McCaughey Patrick, grinder Seavey & Co., 

Third, house at Somerville 
McCaughey Richard, at American Tube 

Works (Somerville), b. 41 Sacramento 
McCaughin Daniel, laborer, bds. 40 Spruce 
McCaughin John, carriagesmith, 282 North 

avenue, boards 40 Spruce 
McCauley David T., safe-maker, 17 Main, 

rooms 1G5 Broadway 
McCaw Henry, grocer, 56 Brookline, h. do. 
McCaw William, confectioner, 503 Main, h. 

rear 23 Hancock 
McChesney F. F., driver Cambridge R. Co. 
McChristal James, police, station 3, house 

351 Cambridge [Suffolk 

McClare Herbert C, box-maker, boards 11 
McClare Josiah, carpenter, house 11 Suffolk 
McClarity Henry, cooper, boards 15 Warren 
McClary David X.. watchman Boston and 

Lowell Railroad, house 190 Cambridge 



McClearty Henry, cooper, bds. 15 Warren 
McClellan John, book-keeper, boards 276 

Broadway [h. r. 51 Winter 

McClellan John, slater (142 Charles, B.), 
McClellan Peter J., carriage-builder, 88 

Bridge, house rear 62£ Cambridge 
McClellan Stephen, coal-heaver, house rear 

5 Vine [Boynton's, 13 Chauncy, b. do. 
McClellan William, coachman at M. B. 
McClellan William, laborer, h. 8 Harvard 
McClennan James, hostler^ house 27 Cow- 

perthwaite 
McClennan James, laborer, house 14 South 
McClennan Jonn, blacksmith, h. 35 Willow 
McClennan William H., clerk (18 Exchange 

place, Boston), house 47 Clark 
McCloskey Bridget, widow of Michael, h. 

52 Fifth 
McCloskey Dennis F. (McCloskey & Har- 

ty), grocer, 91 and 443 Cambridge, 

rooms 53 Otis [Field, r. Camb. 

McCloskey Hugh, carpenter, house Binney 
McCloskey James B., clerk, boards 52 Fifth 
McCloskey John B., clerk, h. 163 Camb. 
McCloskey John H., helper, 599£ Main, b. 

Hugh McCloskey's, rear Cambridge 
McCloskey John H., plumber, j2 Harvard 

row, boards Cambridge, cor. Harding 
McCloskey Patrick A., brass-moulder, rear 

33 Hawkins, Boston), house 52 Fifth 
McCloskey Peter J., clerk, 158 Cambridge, 

boards 52 Fifth [Somerset 

McCloskey William H., carpenter, house 3 
McCloskey William I., at University Press, 

boards 62 Fifth 
McCloskey & Harty (Dennis F. McCloskey 

and Michael J. Harty), grocers, 91 and 

443 Cambridge [B.), h. 794 Main 

McClure Charles F., com. mer. (13 Doane 

MeCLUBE UIAHXEY W. (Mc- 
Clure & Field), iron and steel (5 Cus- 
tom House, Boston), house 8 White 
McClure Margaret Miss, variety-store, 64 

Cambridge, rooms 89 Spring 
McClure Martha M., widow of Manley W., 

house 8 White [ton, rms. 25 DeWolf 
McCoart Kate F., variety-store, 21 Boyls- 
McCombe Richard H., book-keeper, 12 

Gore, boards at Somerville 
McCombie Calvin, carriage-maker, boards 

75 Cambridge 
McConaghey R. F., cabinet-maker, 626 

Main, boards 10 Prospect 
MeConnell Geo , painter, boards 65 Spruce 
McConnell J., driver Cambridge R. Co. 
MeConnell J. J., machinist, 92 Main 
McCennell J. G., conductor Camb. R. Co. 
McConnell Norman J., moulder, house B 77 

Putnam avenue [Warren 

McConnell Thomas H., tea-agent, house 12 
McConnell William N., book-keeker, bds. 

21 Washington [Harvey 

McConologue Neil J., currier, house 27 
McConologuhGeo., cooper, bds. 12 McCabe 



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McConville Patrick, laborer, house 31 Som- 
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McCool Catherine, widow of Thomas, bds. 
McCool James, mason, house Howard, 

junction Kinnaird 
McCool Patrick, inside-man, b. 34 Hotyoke 
MeCooJy O., shifter, Cambridge Railway 

Co. stable, 201 Main 
McCord Bernard F., glass-maker New Eng. 

Glass Co., house 141 Cambridge 
McCord James A,, glass-maker New Eng. 

Glass Co., boards 139 Cambridge 
McCorkle James, laborer (85 Clinton, B.), 

house 57 Spring 
McCormick Bent, painter, h. 117 Pleasant 
McCormick Edward, slater, 16 Antrim, 

house do. [12 Clark 

McCormick James, liquors, 334 Main, house 
McCormick James, laborer, h. 8 Rockwell 
McCormick James, laborer, boards 1 Tuttle 
McCormick Jas., grocer, 19 Beaver, h. do. 
McCormick James E., draughtsman, 92 

Main, boards 19 School [h. 19 School 
McCormick John, boiler-maker, 92 Main, 
McCormick John, laborer Eastern Railroad, 

house 15 Second [ley alley 

McCormick John, plumber, boards 2£ Dai- 
McCormick John, printer, boards 1 Tuttle 
McCormick John, tinsmith, b. 10 Broadway 
McCormick John J., boiler-maker, 92 Main, 

house 19 School 
McCormick Joseph, book-keeper (B.), b. 2 

Dai ley Alley 
McCormick J. Patrick, shipping clerk 109 

Gore, house 161 do. [tie 

McCormick Mary, wid. of James, h. 1 Tut- 
McCormick Michael, teamster, b. 329 Main 
McCormick Michael J., stone cutter, h. 13 

School 
McCormick Patrick H., stone cutter 258 

Mt. Auburn, boards 7 Maynard Place 
McCormick Richard H., glass maker (23 

Elm, B.), b. 2 Dailey Alley 
McCormick Thomas, boiler maker 92 Mai , 

boards 19 School 
McCormick Wm. F., action maker 162 

Broadway, boards 19 School 
McCorrison Albert O., cooper, house 8 

Squire's Court [Boylston 

McCotter Theodore F., compositor, h. 52 
McCorry John, watchman 172 Pearl, h. 123 

Brookline 
McCorry Joseph F.. stone cutter A. Mc- 
Donald, b. 123 Brookline 
McCorry Wm., lab., h. 23 Andrew 
McCoughtry Anna H., matron Kindergarten 

School, 41 Holyoke h. do. 
McCourt Annie Miss h. rear 84 Elm 
McCourt Chas., painter 5 Palmer, boards 

Boylston [Brown 

MeCourt John, coachman 105 Brattle, h, 16 
McCourt Margaret, widow of Charles, h. 41 

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McCourt Patrick, lumber surveyor (So. 

Boston), house rear 240 Cambridge 
McCourt Wm., painter 5 Palmer, house 15 

Foster 
McCourt, see McCoart [171 Otis 

McCowen Neil, lumper 139 Broadway, h. 
McCoy Richard T., stone cutter 258 Mt. 



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Auburn, b. 7 Sparks 
McCoy Thos. H., fish 85 Mt. Auburn, 
McCoy Wm., h. 83 Brattle 
McCoy Wm. F.. conductor Camb 

boards 83 Brattle 
McCoy Wm. J., mason, h. 14 Walnut ct. 
McCoy, see M'Coy [Arrow 

McCracken Alice Miss, collar maker 10 
McCracken James, plasterer, house 2 Pond 

Place [18 Willard 

McCracken James, stone cutter 43 Main, h. 
McCready Thos., carpenter, h. G6 Secon i 
McCready, see M'Cready 
McCree Wm., painter, b. 33 Kinnaird 
McCrehan Jeremiah, teamster, house 54 

Spruce [Spruce 

McCrehan John, police station 1, bds. 5 A 
McCuddv Timothv, contractor, b. 39 Banks 
McCue Charles H., clerk, h. 148 Pearl 
McCue Dennis, laborer, h. 13 Warren 
McCue John, laborer Mt. Auburn cemetery 

b. Patrick Carney's, Fresh Pond Lane 
McCue Michael, packer, b. 47 Clark 
McCue Thomas F., bar tender, house 203 

Hampshire 
McCue, see also McHugh 
McCuen Agnes Miss, clerk 159 Cambridge, 

boards 102 Otis 
McCuen John, h. 129 Spring 
McCuen Jos. N., teamster, h. 58 Thorndike 
McCullar Charles, stereotyper Riverside 

Press, h. 41 Cottage 
McCulloch Alb rt E., clerk (179 Tremont, 

B.), boards 35 Bowdoin 
McCulloch C. F.» at University Press 
McCulloch Emily, widow of Samuel, h, 

Bowdoin 
McCulloch George, driver Cambridge 

Co., house rear 8 Davis 
McCulloch John, junk, h. 118 Columbia 
McCulloch John B., clerk, boards 35 Bow- 
doin 
McCUIJLOCH SAMUEL., drain 
and sewer builder, Winsor, corner 

Harvard, h. 173 Harvard 
McCullon T., switchman Camb. R. Co. 
McCullough Bernard, grease collector, bds. 

141 Webster Avenue 
McCullough Mary, widow of Bernard, h. 

141 Webster Avenue [Bristol 

McCullow Frank, driver Camb. R. Co., h. 1 
McCullow Geo., driver Camb. R. Co. 
McCurdy Alexander, glass blower, b. 52 

Clark 
McCurdy James, paper hanger, h. 10 Vine 
McCurdy Robert, core maker 356 Main 
McCusker Frank, lab., h. 65 Vine 



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McDANIEL, SAMUEL W., as- 
sociate justice third istrict court, 

Eastern Middlesex, city bldg., Brattle 

Square, and lawyer (61 Court, B.), h. 

69 Dana 
McDermott Alice, widow of Thomas, h. 5 

Marvin Place 
McDermott Ann, wid. of Francis, h. 39l£ 

Camb. 
McDermott Bartholemew, stone mason, h. 

138 Green [25 Somerset 

McDermott Catherine, wid. of Timothy, h. 
McDermott Daniel, wood, coal and grocer 

106 Harvard, h. do. 
McDermott Dennis, machinist, h. 91 Main 
McDermott Dennis P., machinist, house 3 

Rogers block 
McDermott Edw., pressman, h. 23 Somerset 
McDermott Hector, carpenter, h. 25 State 
McDermott James, baker 502 Main, b. 25 

Somerset 
McDermott James H.. glass maker Union 

Glass Co. (Somerville), h. 139 Elm 
McDermott John, peddler, b. 106 Harvard 
McDermott John. h. 2-1 Fifth 
McDermott John, lithographer Riverside 

Press, b- 138 Green 
McDermott John H., confectioner, 503 

Main, h. 25 Somerset [vard 

McDermott John H., laborer, b. 106 Har- 
McDermott John J., clerk, b. 39l£ Camb. 
McDermott Lizzie Miss, b. Norfolk pi. 
MeDermott Michael, laborer, b. Norfolk pi. 
McDermott Michael F., laborer, b. 7 Car- 
son 
McDermott Patrick, book-binder, Riverside 

press, h. 36 DeWolf 
McDermott Patrick, plumber (Tremont, 

B.), h. 30 Winter 
McDermott Patrick, laborer, h. 7 Carson 
McDermott Patrick G., music teacher 24 
McDermott Sarah A., book-folder, b. 5 

Fifth, h. do. [Marvin pi. 

McDermott Thomas, laborer, h. 127 Web- 
ster av. 
McDermott Thomas, pedler, b. 106 Harvard 
McDermott Thomas E., glass blower Union 

Glass Co. (Somerville), b. 139 Elm 
McDermott Wm., pedler, b. 39l£ Camb. 
McDevitt Andrew, b. 81 Tremont 
McDevitt Dennis, laborer h. 122 Third 
McDevitt Edward, blacksmith (Allston), 

h. 81 Tremont 
McDevitt John, teamster, h. 56 Charles 
McDevitt John, teamster, 256 Bridge, h. 

66 Charles 
McDevitt John F., clerk, 480 Camb., b. 81 

Tremont 
McDevitt Wm., b. 81 Tremont 
McDonald Alexander, marble and granite 

works, Mt. Auburn, opp. cemetery, h. 

Mt. Auburn, n. do. 
McDonald Alex., carpenter, h. 53 Cherry 



McDonald Angus, lineman, 623 Main, bds. 

391 do. 
McDonald Angus, carpenter, h. Jordan pi. 
McDonald Angus, cutter, Am. Rubber Co., 

b. 154 Harvard 
McDonald Angus, tailor, 589 Main, rms. 52 

Columbia 
McDonald A., conductor, Camb. R. Co. 
McDonald Bridget, widow of Matthew, h. 

Cushing, opp. Vineyard 
McDonald Daniel A., carpenter, h. Hol- 

worthy, cor. Locust 
McDonald Daniel, carpenter, b. 271 Broad- 
way [way 
McDonald Dougall, carpenter, b. 271 Broad- 
McDonald Catherine Miss, boarding-house, 

H74 Main 

MCDONALD FRA\K H., un- 
dertaker 7 Bobbins block, Prospect 
b. do. 
McDonald Harry A., condoctor, Camb. R. 

Co., b. 119 'Mt. Aubnrn 
McDonald Henry W., mason, b. rear 24 
Somerset [Third 

McDonald Hughey, mason, b. Avers block, 

McDonald , b. 98 Spring 

McDonald Daniel, carpenter, h. 2 Hillery 

block, Lilac ct. 
McDonald Daniel, carpenter, h. 4 Hamilton 
McDonald David, marble polisher, h. >2.^ 
Green [Harvard 

McDonald Donald, stair builder, house 27 
McDonald Ellen Mrs., h. foot of McDon- 
ald 
McDonald Felix, teamster, h. 16 Gore 
McDonald Florence M., wid. of Alex., h. 

68 Second 
McDonald Frank R., agent Alex. McDon- 
ald, Mt. Auburn, b. do. 
McDonald Frederick W., cigars (69 Broad, 

B.), b. 324 Harvard 
McDonald George, laborer, b. 84 Spring 
McDonald Hector, moulder. H. M. Bird, 

Pelham, h. at Somerville 
McDonald Isabella, widow of Daniel, h. r. 

382 Camb. 
McDonald Hugh, laborer, b. 84 Spring 
McDonald James, cooper, b. 7 Ninth 
McDonald James, plasterer, h. 161 Green 
McDonald James, laborer, h. 4 Jefferson 
McDonald James, brick layer, h. 14 Som- 
erset 
McDonald John, engineer, 258 Mt. Auburn, 

h. 3 Sparks 
McDonald John, laborer, Mt. Auburn ceme- 
tery, h. 2 Huron [h. 391 Main 
McDonald John, polisher, 139 Broadway, 
McDonald John, laborer, C. H. North & 

Co., h. 38 Porter 
McDonald John, laborer, h. Third 
McDonald John, laborer, 13 Broadway 
McDonald John, gardener, Mt. Auburn 

Conservatory, h. at Watertown 
McDonald John, grocer, 22 Willow, h. do. 



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McDonald John, mason, h. rear 24 Somer- 
set 
McDonald John, lab., H. U. yard, h. Reed 
McDonald John, at Araer. Rubber Co., b. 

156 Harvard 
McDonald John, laborer, h. 339 Main 
McDonald John, laborer, 13 Broadway 
McDonald John Jr., bar tender, b. rear 24 

Somerset 
McDonald John J , carriage painter, 4 

Camb., boarding-house, 135 do. 
McDonald John W., machinist, 72 Main 
McDonald Joseph S., laborer, h. r. 53 Vine 
McDonald Kate Mrs., boarding-house, 391 

Main 
McDonald Kenneth W., fireman, Mt. Au- 
burn cemetery, b. 2 Huron 
McDonald Kenneth, carpenter, h. 383 

Camb. 
McDonald M., machinist, 72 Main 
McDonald Margaret, widow of Maurice, h. 
16 Bolton " [Harvard 

McDonald Maria, widow of Hngh, h. 324 
McDonald Martin M., laborer, h. Cushing. 

opp. Vineyard 
McDonald Martin T., machinist, 72 Main, 

h. Cushing, n. Belmont line 

McDonald Mary, widow of Archibald, h. 3 

Chestnut Park [Camb. 

McDonald Mary, widow of Daniel, h. 383 

McDonald Mary, widow of Patrick, house 

Cushing, near AVoodlawn av. 
McDonald Matthew, mason, b. rear 24 

Somerset 
McDonald Matthew, lab., h. 123 Spring 
McDonald Michael, currier, h. Dudley, cor. 

Reed 
McDonald Michael, mason, h. 16 Bolton 
McDonald Neil, conductor Charles R. St. 

R. Co. 
McDonald Norman, carpenter, h. 84 Spring 
McDonald Norman, foreman Alex. McDon- 
ald Mt. Auburn, b. do. 
McDonald Patrick, cooper, Goepper Bros., 

b. at Somerville 
McDonald Patrick, feeder, Camb. R. Co., 
b. 3 Deacon [way 

McDonald Patrick, hostler, h. 284 Broad- 
McDonald Patrick, watchman, 356 Main 
McDonald Patrick, laborer, C. H. North & 

Co. (Somerville), h. 17 Porter 
McDonald Patrick, laborer, h. 90 Fifth 
McDonald Patrick, laborer, h. r. 12 Port- 
land 
McDonald Patrick, laborer, b. r. 53 Vine 
McDonald Patrick, machinist, 72 Main, b. 

Mrs. Mary McDonald's, Cushing 
McDonald Peter Mrs., h. r. 6 Lopez 
McDonald Philip, grease collector, h. 45 

Willow 
McDonald P. M.. hostler, 201 Main 
McDonald Rannell, cook, b. r. 382 Camb. 
McDonald Sophia, widow, nurse, h. 218 
Putnam avenue 



McDonald Thomas, laborer, bds. Spruce 
McDonald Thomas, lumber contractor, h. 

r. 53 Vine 
McDonald Timothy, waiter (Parker House, 

B.), house 1 Linehan's block, Third 
McDonald Richard, fireman C. H. North & 

Co. (Somerville), bds. 381 Camb. 
McDonald William Rev., h. 11 Meacham 
McDonald William A. (W. A. McDonald & 

Co.), painter, r. 113 Cambridge, bds. 

162 do. 
McDonald W. A. & Co. (Wm. A. McDon- 
ald), painters, rear 113 Cambridge 
McDonald William S., printer, house 57 

Winsor 
McDonald, see Macdonald 
McDonnell Bridget Miss, h. 105 Kinnaird 
McDonnell James, tailor, 8 Boylston, h. 5 

Mill 
McDonnell John J., laborer, h. 29 Reed 
McDonnell Mary Mi?s, h. 105 Kinnaird 
McDonough John, laborer, gas works, h. 

•110 Third 
McDonough John, teamster, h. 172 Columbia 
McDonough Michael J., machinist, h. 154 

Third [house 36 Amory 

McDonough Patrick, engineer gas works, 
McDonough Patrick H., machinist, bds. 154 

Third [gas works, h. 17 Sparks 

McDonough William, teamster Cambridge 
McDorman Wijliam, ladder maker, house 

73 Fifth [at Boston 

McDougal James, machinist, 29 Main, bds. 
McDougall Alex., packer, 162 Broadway, 

house 76 Elm 
McDowell James, at 17 Main 
McDowell James H., clerk (14 Franklin, 

B.), bds. 45 Frankli 
McDowell Samuel B., laborer Mt. Auburn 

cemetery. 2 Huron [19 Hamilton 

McDowell Thomas W. , cigar maker, house 
McDowell Wm., laborer. 17 Main, house 73 

Cambridge [City Hall, h. 10 Wallace 
McDuffee John, clerk of committees, office 
McDuffee John Jr., student H. IT., bds. 

10 Wallace [Main 

McEahern Daniel, telephone lineman, 623 
McElarney Patrick, laborer, h. 42 Dunster 
McElearney Bernard, city lamplighter, h. 

17 Wyeth [Press, bds. 17 Wyeth 

McElearney Edward, printer University 
McElhaney John, coal and wood, 29 Porter, 

house do. 
McEllroy William, house 28 Shepard 
McElroy Ann, widow, house r. 180 Main 
McKlroy Daniel, laborer, h. 119 Fourth 
McElroy Edward B., glass blower, h. 49 

Fifth [Third, h. do. 

McElroy Francis G., building-mover, 135 
McElroy Frank J., carpenter, h. 212 Bridge 
McElroy Hugh, grease collector, house r. 

58 Charles 
McElroy Hugh H., glass blower, Second, 

cor. Gore, house at Somerville 
McElroy James, bds. rear 180 Main 



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McElroy James, police station 2, house 12 

Wiiisor [103 Fourth 

McElroy James, grease collector, boards 
McElroy James, tin peddler, h. 153 Winsor 
McElroy John, grocer, 32 Vine, house do. 
McElroy Joseph, baker, h. 101 Fourth 
McElroy J., conductor Cambridge R. Co. 
McElroy Owen, teamster, bds. 68 Vine 
McElroy Matthew, cooper, h. 103 Columbia 
McElroy Patrick, house 103 Fourth 
McElroy Patrick J., glass blower 

Bridge, house 21 Fourth 
McElroy Peter, glass blower, Second, < 

Gore, house at Charlestown 
McElroy Wm., at N. E. Glass Works 
McElroy Wm., carpenter, h. 5 Short 
McElwain Albert, harness maker, bds. 

Broadway « 

McElwain James, cabinet maker, house 54 

Fourth [bds. 52 Broadway 

McElwain John, at American Rubber Co., 
McFaalay Patrick, shoemaker, 93 Main, h. 

do. 
McFadden I. I)., conductor Camb. R. Co. 
McFadden James C. Miss, cloak maker, 

bds. 91 Columbia 
McFadden John, laborer Cambridge ceme- 
tery, house 203 Mt. Auburn 
McFadden Joseph, granite polisher, 258 

Mt. Auburn, bds. 263 do. 
McFadden Michael, conductor Cambridge 

R. Co., bds. 3 Distillhouse 
Mc adden Stephen, city laborer, h. 201 

Franklin [Distillhouse 

McFadden Wm. H., carpenter, house 3 
McFayden Samuel, boarding-hous :, 20 Hol- 

yoke 
McFail George, carpenter, bds. 1 Garden 
McFall David Rev., pastor (Chambers st. 

chapel, B.), house 90 Fourth 
McFall S. John, cigar maker, 599 Main, 

house atSomerville [h. 10 State 

McFarland Adeline A., widow of James C, 
McFarland Albert, blacksmith, 150 River, 

house do. [rear 07 Moore 

McFarland Bernard, teamster, 108 Main, b. 
McFarland Bridget, widow, h. 141 Elm 

MCFARLAND BROS. (Roscoe 
E. and Forrest E. McFarland), pro- 
visions, Washington, cor. Brewery, 
and grocers 110-112 Harvard 
McFarland Celia, teacher Allston grammar 
school, bds. 98 Winsor [Washington 
McFarland Charles, waiter (B.). rooms 41 
McFarland E. A., teamster, h. 27 Vine 
McFarland Forrest E. (McFarland Bros.), 
provisions, Washing on, cor. Brewery, 
house 7 Rogers block, Eain 
McFarland George H., machinist, 17 Main, 
bds. 20 Market [av., h. at Somerville 
McFarland James, bootmaker, 151 North 
McFarland James, machinist, 179 Broad- 
way, h. 20 Market [12 Jay 
McFarland Jane, widow of George, house 



McFarland John, case maker, 102 Broad- 
way, h. 102 Hampshire 
McFarland Lorenzo R., clerk, Washington, 
cor. Brewery, bds. 3 Rogers blk.. Main 
McFarland Mark, teamster Richardson & 

Bacon, bds. 25 Decatur 
McFarland Robert, laborer, h. 31 Harding 
McFarland Robert L., clerk, Washington, 
cor. Brewery, h. 3 Rogers block, Main 
McFarland Roscoe E. (McFarland Bros.), 
provisions, Washington, cor. Brewery, 
house 18£ Tremont [12 Jay 

McFarland Samuel G., compositor, boards 
McFarland Thomas, laborer, bds. 141 Elm 
McFarland William, tinsmith, 502 Main, 
bds. 12 Jay [h. 11 Lopez 

McFarlane Chas. A., foreman, 547 Main, 
McFarlane Eliza Mrs., house 83 Plymouth 
McFarlane John, casemaker, 102 Broad- 
way, h. 102 Hampshire 
McFarlane Thomas, laborer 184 Broadway, 

house 141 Elm 
McFarlane, see Macfarlane 
McFee Wm., foreman I. L. Pratt & Co., h. 

at Somerville 
McFeeley Patrick, boot and shoe maker, 93 
Main, rooms do. [place 

McFinnell Elliott, blacksmith, bds. Hadley 
McGaffigan Michael, hostler, h. 2 George 
McGahey Andrew, upholsterer 25 Brattle, 

h. 119 Mount Auburn 
McGahey Henry, mason, h. 120 Third 
McGahey John, mason, house 120 Third 
McGan Edward, glass cutter N. E. Glass Co. 
McGann Andrew F., laborer, bds. 2 Andrew 
McGann Charles, printer, bds. 2 Andrew 
McGann Hannah, wid. of Thos. h. 2 Andrew 
McGann John, brass worker, bds. 2 Andrew 
McGarity Joseph, sewing machine agt., 1 

Columbia, 
McGaughey James, teamster J. P. Squire 

& Co.,"h. 145 Gore 
McGeary Eugene, laborer, h. r. 12 Portland 
McGee Catherine, widow, h. 39 Charles 
McGee Ellen, widow, h. 34 Washington 
McGee Patrick, engineer, h. 122 Elm 
McGee P., at 54 Bridge [Porter 

McGee Thomas, laborer 109 Gore, bds. 12 
McGeoch Alexander, h. 93 Washington 
McGeoughJ., hostler, Camb. R. Co. Har- 
vard Square stable [Banks 
McGerry Rosanna, widow of Henry h. 20 
McGerty Robert, laborer, h. 30 Washington 
McGill Charles L., shoemaker, 27£ River, 

house do. 
McGill J. D., at Riverside Press 
McGill James, h. 27 Second 
McGillicudly Rebecca A., widow of Joseph 
H., variety store 200 Franklin, bds. at 
Boston 
McGilliouddy Timothy, coachman, h. r. 18 

Sparks 
McGilligan M., driver Camb. R. Co. 



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McGillivray Alex., (McGilvray Bros.,) 171 

Main, b. 22 Harvard 
McGillivray Bros., (Alexander and Stephen), 

groceries and provisions, 171 Main 
McGillivray Stephen, (McGillivray Bros.), 

provisions 171 Main, bds 374 do. 
McGilveray Freeman, engineer B. & L. R. 

R., house 95 Otis 
McGilvray Alex. A., carpenter, bds. 271 

Broadway 
McGilvray David F., bds. 7 Holyoke place 
McGilvray Elouise C, widow of David F., 

h. 7 Holyoke place 
McGilvray Henry, machinist 29 Main, h. at 

Boston 
McGilvray Jacob B., hotel clerk, boards 7 

Holyoke place 
McGilvray John, stairbuilder, State corner 

Osborne, h. r. 9 Suffolk 
McGinley Charles, boiler maker, 92 Main 
McGinn Jas., boot maker Amer Rubber 

Co., h. 6 Hillery's blk., Lilac ct. 
McGinn James, laborer, bds. 26 Portland 
McGinness Anthony, currier, h. 346 North 

avenue 
McGinness Bridget, house 65 Elm 
McGinness Daniel, rooms 23 1£ Broadway 
McGinness Edward, brakeman F. R. R., h. 

12 Railroad 
McGinness George, box maker, First cor. 

Thorndike, bds. 212 Bridge 
McGinness Hugh J., teamster, h. 10 Vine 
McGinness James, carriage wood worker, 

442 Main 
McGinness Kate J. Miss. h. 212 Bridge 
McGinness Marv Miss, clerk 103 Cambridge, 

bds. 24 Eighth 
McGinness Robert, tailor, h. 24 Eighth 
McGinness Robert, jr., upholsterer, (B.), 

bds. 24 Eighth 
McGinness Thomas, laborer, h. 30 Davis 
McGinnise Daniel, rubber shoe maker, 

Amer Rubber Co. 
McGinnis James A., wheelwright 442 Main, 

bds. John McGuire's,May cor. Vineyard 
McGinnis John, laborer, h. May, cor. 

Vineyard [cor. Spring 

McGinty William, stone cutter, h. First, 
McGirk John, last currier, Amer Rubber Co. 
McGirr Mary, widow of Francis F., h. 110 

Otis 
McGirr Patrick, expressman, Lyceum 

building, Harvard row, h. 71 Boylston 
McGivney John, brass moulder, h. 50 

Spring 
McGlashan Alex., machinist, h. 451 Main 
McGlashan Alexander jr., apprentice, bds. 

451 Main [shire 

McGlaughlin John, laborer, bds. 34 Hamp- 
McGlinchy A., at 174 Broadway 
McGlincliy Andrew, bookfinisher, h. 1 

Athens 
McGlinchy James, laborer, h. 92 Fifth 
McGlinchy Peter, bottler, h. 271 Main 



McGlone Francis J., laborer, 126 Portland, 

bds. Rolling Mill block, Bristol 
McGoldrich Edward F. butcher, boards 14 

Soden 
McGoldrich Hugh E., butcher, h. 14 Soden 
McGookin William J., driver, Camb. R. 

Co., h. 18 Fairmont 
McGough James, hostler, bds. 46 Flagg 
McGough James, marble worker, house 8 
Willow [Carson 

McGovern James, cabinet maker, bds. 23 
McGovern James, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 8 

Mullin's ct. 
McGovern John, laborer, h. Burns Block 
McGovern John, laborer, h. r. 123 Spring 
McGovern John B., h. r. 201 Cambridge 
McGovern Joseph, cooper Goepper Bros., 

house at Somerville 
McGovern Lawrence, boiler maker, 92 

Main h. 23 Carson 
McGovern Margaret Mrs., h. 29 Carson 
McGovern Mary, widow of Frank, h. 23 
Carson [School 

McGovern Michael H., engineer, h. 45 
McGowan James, engineer, 29 Main, (h. 

at Boston) 
McGowan John, laborer, h. 5 Holly 
McGowan Thomas J., plumber, 5 Brattle, 

b. 17 South 
McGowan Michael, teamster, h. 105 Fourth 
McGowan Wm., laborer, h. 17 South [Bay 
McGrady Daniel, night watchman, h. 30 
McGraith Charles W., conductor, Cam- 
bridge R. Co. h. doh River 
McGrane Patrick, teamster, 622 Main 
McGrath Daniel, laborer, h. 17 Pine [bia 
McGrath Daniel F., molder, b. 192 Colum- 
McGrath Frank, baker, 31 Elm 
McGrath James H., painter, h. 121 Third 
McGrath Jane, widow of Edward, h. 1 Sim- 

onds blk., DeWolf 
McGrath John, h. 192 Columbia 
McGrath Michael, hostler, 6 Brattle, h. 
Murray, n. Eliot [do., 

McGrath Michael, liquors, 36 Warren, h. 
McGrath Michael, tinsmith, 2 Holyoke, b. 

9 Cowperthwaite 
McGrath Michael F., salesman, (477 Wash- 
ington, B.)> b. Thos. Meagher's Au- 
burn pi. [b. John Kelley's Cushing ct. 
McGrath Roger, carpenter, J. H. Keenan, 
McGrath Roger, carpenter, b. 56 Second 
McGregor John, stonecutter, 258 Mt. Au- 
burn, b. 15 Sparks 
McGregor Peter, glass cutter, N. E. Glass 

Works, b. 57 Gore 
McGregor, see MacGregor 
McGrugen Frank, h. 9 Railroad 
McGurder Patrick, confectioner, h. 15 

Brewery 
McGurdy F., at 174 Broadway 
McGurdy J., at 174 Broadway 
McGue Thomas, express, Lechmere sq., h, 
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McGuigen Charles, at 174 Broadway, h. 42 

Vine 
McGuire Bridget Mrs., h. 18 Mill 
McGuire Charles T., teamster, (Somerville) 

b. 84 Warren. 
McGuire Cornelius C. conductor, Cambridge 

R. Co., b. 18 Mill 
McGuire Frank Mrs., h. 161 Franklin 
McGuire Hugh, book-keeper, (3 Clinton 

market, B.), rms. 4 Houghton [Third 
McGuire James D.. driver, 68 Bridge, h. 69 
McGuire John, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 34 

Warren 
McGuire Joseph, h. 34- Jefferson 
McGuire Thomas, baker, h. 141 Elm 
McGuire Thos., laborer, h. 10 Foster pi. 
McGuire Wm. B. Mrs., h. 18 Lopez 
McGurdy Robert, core-maker, 356 Main 
McGurk Catherine, widow of Hugh, h. 21 

Harding [ton 

McGurk Frank, bartender, h. 17 Washing- 
McGurk James, liquors, 1 Webster av., 

h. do. 
McGurk John, laborer, American Rubber 

Co., h. 49 Hampshire 
McGurk John, clerk, 461 Main, h. 17 

Washington [Cabe 

McGurk Matthew, shoemaker, h. 23 Mc- 
McGurk Patrick, mason, h. 174 Columbia 
McGurk Peter, machinist, (Charlestown), 

h. 70 Second 
McGurk Terrance, laborer, h. 21 Harding 
McGurk, boiler maker at B. & L. R. Shop 
McGurtv Francis H., at Amer. Rubber Co., 

h. 123 Winsor 
McGurty John, hose maker, h. 35 Brook- 
line 
Mclntire Augusta, dressmaker, h. 5 Banks 
McHugh Bryan, tailor, 633 Main, (h. at B.) 
McHugh Chas., iron moulder, h. 5 Law- 
rence 
McHugh Cornelius., iron moulder, Third, 

cor. Bent, h. 5 Lawrence 
McHugh Edward, laborer, h. rear 339 

Cambridge 
McHugh Frank, marble and granite worker, 

43 Main, h. 81 Charles 
McHugh John, wheelwright, 168 Columbia, 

h. 113 Webster ave. 
McHugh Thomas Mrs., h. 5 Lawrence 
McHugh Timothy J., brass finisher, h. 17 

Clark 
McHugh, see McCue [folk 

Mclnness Allen J., carpenter, h. 195 Nor- 
Mclnness Angus, carpenter, 110 Inman, h. 

109 Winsor 
Mclnnes Esther, nurse, h. 59 Mt. Auburn. 
Mclnness George R., carpenter, h. 35 

Amory 
Mclnnes Hugh H., action maker, 113 Broad- 
way, h. 27 Cherry 
Mclnness William, sawyer, 44 Cambridge, 

h. 180 Cambridge [h. 70 Otis 

Mclntire Amelia A., widow of Ebenezer, 



Mclntire Amelia T. Miss, copyist, Otis _— 
cor. Second, b. 70 Otis ^^ 

Mclntire Annie, widow, h. r. 161 Otis £$ 

Mclntire Augusta, dressmaker, h. 5 Banks ZD 

McINTlBECHABLESJ., ^ 
counsellor-at-law (75 State, B.),h 70 

Otis £j- 

Mclntire George W., paper-hanger, h. 70 ££ 

Inman 
Mclntire Henry, carpenter, b. 1 Garden ct. py^ 
Mclntire Herbert B., physician, 37 Brattle, Z?^ 

h. do. g 

Mclntire James, painter, b. 122 Brookline ^Z+. 
Mclntire Katherine, boarding-house, 129 *■ - 

Spring [tings *■ 

Mclntyre Rose, widow of Alec, b. 37 Has- 
Mclntyre Thomas, carriage painter, h 172 

Columbia [Otis 

Mclntire Warren B., baker, house 122 
Mclntire, see Mclntyre 
Mcintosh Edward, rolling mill, 162 Broad- 
way, h. 1 Hampshire [Rockwell 
Mcintosh Ephraim D., tinman, boards 5 
Mcintosh George, carriage builder, 376 

Main, b. 55 Austin [Broadway 

Mcintosh Hugh, wood turner, .house 210 
Mcintosh James, sawyer, 162 Broadway, 

rms. 9£ Suffolk 
Mclntyre Matthia J. , baker, b. 5 Cottage 
Mclntyre Wm. W., printer University 

Press, rms. 44 Mt. Auburn 
Mclntyre Wm. W. Mrs., dressmaker, 146 

Mt. Auburn, h. do. 
Mclsaac John, b. 374 Main 
Mclsaac John, carpenter, b. 88 Mt. Auburn 
Mclsaac Peter, printer (248 Wash., B.), 

b. 135 Camb. 
Mclver Charles H. G., laborer, bds. 101 

Brookline .[b. 5 Rockwell 

Mclver James, tinsmith, 153 Putnam av., 
Mclver John, laborer, 184 Broadway, h. 

Decatur court 
Mclver Mary A., widow of Edward, h. 101 

Brookline 
McJunkins Samuel, fresco painter (114 

Harrison av., B.), h. 4 Houghton 
McKane Matthew, molder, 162 Broadway, 

h. 1 Hampshire 
McKay Alexander, carpenter, h. 7 Revere 
McKay A. J. Mrs., rms. 7 Ware 
McKay Daniel, laborer, h. 1 Murdock 
McKay Dennis, currier at Fischer's, Tan- 
nery, h. at Woburn [36 Cherry 
McKay Hannah Mrs., boarding-house, 
McKay Henry, laborer, h. 6 Hunting 
McKay H., carpenter, 113 Broadway, h. at 

Boston [Webster av. 

McKay James, laborer, 169 Gore, bJs. 14 
McKay James, laborer, h. 110 Spring 
McKay James, stone-cutter, b. 125 Gore 
McKay James, laborer, h. 84 Fifth 
McKay James J., carpenter, h. 125 Gore 
McKay John C, h. 39 Baldwin 



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works, h. 93 Cambridge 
McKay Margaret A., widow of William, h. 

130 Spring [Spring 

McKay Robert, teamster, 17 East, h. 122 A 
McKay Roderick, laborer, h. 189 Hamp- 
shire, rear 2nd door 
McKay Thomas, moulder, h. 36 Cherry 
McKay William J., lab., b 121 Pleasant 
McKean Annie H., widow, h. 29 Everett 
McKee Andrew H. , potter A. H. Hews & 

Co., b. 43 Cogswell av. 
McKee Geo. H. (at Hewes Pottery), h. 20 

Hubbard av. [Cogswell av. 

McKee Janet, widow of James, house 43 
McKee Robert F., painter, 20 Boylston, b. 

44 do. 
McKee Thomas, hatter, b. 36 Cherry 
McKee Walter H., salesman (B.), b. 43 

Cogswell av. 
McKeen Benjamin. B., driver Camb.R. Co., 

b. 104 Thorndike 
McKeen Frank, conductor Camb. 11. Co., 

b. 104 Thorndike 
McKeen Homer, conductor Camb. R. Co., 

b. 104 Thorndike 
McKeen John A., blacksmith, house 53 

Fourth 
McKeen S., inspector, 139 Broadway, bds. 

104 Thorndike 
McKeen William B., h. 30 Decatur 
McKeever Edward, bricklayer, house 66 

Charles 
McKeever Susan E. Mrs., h. 141 Camb. 
McKeever William J., compositor Univer- 
sity Press, b. 141 Cambridge 
McKeever William J., laborer, h. 9 Deca- 
tur court 
McKelleget Patrick, h. 267 Cambridge 
McKelleget Richard J., lawyer (19 Court, 

room 4, B.)» h. 71 Thorndike 
McKenna Alexander J., clerk, h. 4 North 
McKenna Alfred S., driver Camb. R. Co., 

h. 39 Baldwin [Sixth 

McKenna Ann. widow of Hugh, h. r. 27 
McKenna Bernard, laborer, bds. r. 116 

Brookline 
McKenna Edward, sawyer, h. 5 Hamilton 
McKenna F.. at eighth st. stable, Camb. R. 

Co. [114 Spring 

McKenna Frank, teamster, 103 Bridge, b. 
McKenna Hugh, printer (B.). b. r. 27 

Sixth [17 Willow 

McKenna Hu h. watchman F. R. 11., h. 
McKenna Hugh J. (B.), machinist, h. 118 

Webeter av. 
McKenna James, teamster, 169 Gore, b. 3 

Squire's court [114 Spring 

McKenna James, teamster, 103 Bridge, h. 
McKenna James, teamster Wm. lleardon, 

h. Portland, c. Vandine 
McKenna John, helper, 126 Portland, h. r. 

116 Brookline 
McKenna John, aborer, h. 3 Squire's ct. 



McKenna John, laborer, h. 123 Fourth 
McKenna John, pedler, b. r. 27 Sixth 
McKenna John, teamster (Somerville), h. 

Ill Spring 
McKenna John J. (B.). hostler, b.33 Warren 
McKenna John jr., cooper, b. 11(5 Brookline 
McKenna Owen, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 33 

W arren 
McKenna Patrick, driver, b. 3 Squire's ct. 
McKenna Patrick, teamster, b. 6 Oak 
McKenna Patrick F., moulder, b. 23 Green 
McKenna Patrick F., teamster, boards 3 

Squire's court [123 Thud 

McKenna Patrick, watchman. 169 Gore, h. 
McKenney Frank E., tin peddler, h. 107 

Winsor 
McKenney James H., granite polisher, 258 

Mt. Auburn, b. 17 Maynard pi. 
McKenney Louisa A., widow of Alexander, 

h. 6 Kogers block, Washington 
McKenney Mary, widow of Patrick, h. 2 

Garden ct. [nard place 

McKenney Patrick, carpenter, h. 17 May- 
McKenney Volley B., tin peddler, boards 

107 Winsor 
McKenzie Alexander, pastor First church 

in Cambridge, and secretary of over- 
seers H. U.,h. 12 Garden 
McKenzie Frank E., carpenter, house 514^ 

Main [134 Thorndike 

McKenzie Geo. F., cabinet maker (B.), h 
McKenzie James, baker, 502 Main, house 

10 Lopez [10 Essex 

McKenzie Jas. K., blacksmith, 496 Main, b 
McKenzie John, carpenter, h. 4 Coggswell pi 
McKenzie John, lineman, 623 Main, house 

Broadway, cor. Columbia 
McKenzie John R., pressman Riverside 

Press, house 139 Brookline 
McKenzie William, clerk (5 Winter, B.), 

house 31 Market 
McKeon Jas., barrels, 18 Webster av., 

house 20 do. 
McKeon Margaret Miss, clerk, 587 Main, 

boards 20 Webster avenue 
McKeon Patrick, at Am. Rubber Co. 
McKeown Wm. F., jig-sawyer (B.), house 

196 Columbia 
McKey William, at N. E. Glass Co. 
McKillican Robert (McKillican & Marks), 

roofer, 49 Winter, house do. 
McKillican & Marks (Robert McKillican & 

Michael F. Marks), roofers, 49 Winter 
McKillop James (J. McKillop & Co.), horse 
'shoer, 427 Cambridge, house at Somer- 
ville 
McKillop J. & Co. (James McKillop), 

horseshoers, 427 Cambridge 
McKinley Alonzo A., printer, b 32 Cherry 
McKinley Herbert, brass finisher (Cause- 
way^ B.), boards 173 Lake View avenue 
McKinley Joseph G., clerk, h 2 Douglass ct 
McKinley Melissa M. Miss, teacher Allston 

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McKinnon Charles E. (Kelley & McKin- 
non), carpenter, 7 Western av., house 
12 Clinton 
McKinnon Elizabeth, widow of John, house 

22 Green 
McKinnon Geo., carpenter, h. 125£ Green 
McKinnon John, helper, h. 120 Broadway 
McKinnon John, helper, 356 Main, house 
at Boston [b. 22 Green 

McKinnon John J., can painter, 502 Main, 
McKinnon Maggie J. Miss, dressmaker, h. 

31 Flagg 
McKinnon Mary E. Miss, dressmaker, bds. 
31 Flagg [pi. 

McKinnon Nelson, carpenter, house 3 Austin 
McKinnon Patrick, moulder, b. 22 Green 
McKinnon W., blacksmith, 72 Main, boards 

193 Hampshire 
McKirk Cornelius, cabinet maker, house 80 

Washington 
McKnight Daniel, mason, bds. 50 Cedar 
McKue Eunice Miss, bds. 39 Hastings 
McKuen Charles, driver R. H. Hanson, 44 

Pine, boards do 
McKusick Amasa A. (B. P. Clark & Co.), 

503 Main, house 95 Auburn 
McKusick Leroy P. C, traveling salesman, 

503 Main, house 99 Norfolk 
McLane Alexander, carpenter, house 100 

Tremont 
McLane Charles, carpenter, b. 13 Suffolk 
McLane James, fireman Steamer 1, Brattle 

square, boards 01 Boylston 
McLane James A. (Harrison & McLane), 
bill poster, 78 Cambridge, house at 
Somerville 
McLane Juhn, carpenter, b. 33 Williard 
McLane John, lab. Cambridge cemetery, 

house Sibley court 
McLane John S., carpenter, h. McDonald 
McLane Kate Miss, house 49 Harvard 
McLane Martha, widow, h. 68 Boylston 
McLane, see McLean 
McLaren J. P., conductor Cambridge R.R. 

boards 17£ Baldwin 
McLaud George, teamster, house 32 Second 
MeLauchlan Jas., carpenter, b. 6 Sands 
McLaughlin Alexander, lab., b. 19 Vine 
McLaughlin Alcnzo T., carpenter, house 28 

Decatur 
McLaughlin Jas., house 180 Hampshire 
McLaughlin James, cabinet maker, 23 
Brattle, house 468 Cambridge 

MCLAUGHLIN JOHN, grocer, 
24 Vine, house 15 do. 
McLaughlin Jos. A., brush maker, h 99 Sixth 
McLaughlin Joseph H., carpenter, 73 Ware- 
ham (B.), house 137 Pearl 
McLaughlin Louise, packer, 31 Elm, house 

Tremont 

McLaughlin Mary, wid. of John, h 4 Vine 

McLaughlin Michael, stone-cutter, house 

19 Harvard [h 28 Hancock 

McLaughlin Patrick, cook (19 Kilby, B.), 



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McLaughlin Susan A., widow of Patrick H. 
house 94 Tremont 

McLaughlin Thomas, teamster (Somerville) 
housa 133 Webster avenue 

McLaughlin Thomas E., clerk, 24 Vine, h. 
323 Cambridge 

McLaughlin William, 
137 Broadway, bds 

McLaughlin William, 

250 Devonshire, B.), house 250 Bridge 

McLean A., conductor Camb. R. Co. 

McLean Allen L., carpenter, house 1 Gar- 
den court 

McLean Annie Miss, house 173 Elm 

McLean Archibald, polisher, house 1 Rog- 
ers block, Main 

McLean Daniel, molder, 36 Willow, h. do. 

McLean Daniel, at C. W. H. Moulton's, 
Gore, c. Sixth, h. 135 Cambridge 

McLean George W., carpenter, 113 Broad- 
way, house 1 State 

McLean Isaac, carpenter (32 Lancaster B.) 
house 5 Rice [61 Boylston 

McLean James, apprentice 8 Brattle, bds. 

McLean John, lab., house 61 Boylston 

McLean John A., painter, h. r. 178 Grten 

McLean John S., tinsmith, 8 Brattle, bds. 
61 Boylston 

McLean Wm., cabinet-maker, 44 Cambridge 
house at Melrose 

McLean John, laborer, house 21 Lopez 

McLean Laughlan, carpenter, boards 1 Gar- 
den court [Elm 

McLean Sarah Miss, dressmaker, house 173 

McLean William, laborer, h. 110 Tremont 

McLean William, laborer, (Boston), house 
47 Jefferson 

McLean, see McLain and McLane 

McLearn Sarah, widow of Matthew, house 
71 Pearl 

McLellan Collen, carpenter, bds. 37 Willard 

McLellan James S., laborer, house 27 Cow- 
perthwaite 

McLelland James P., clerk (114 Eaneuil 
Hall Market, Boston), h. rear 21 Lopez 

McLelland John, book-keeper, 206 Broad- 
way, boards 276 do. 

McLennan John, helper Boston and Lowell 
Railroad shop, house at Somerville 

McLeod Abraham J., clerk (158 Summer, 
Boston), boards 2 Douglass 

McLeod Archibald S., fish and oysters, 3 
Brattle sq., h. 2 Symonds blk./DeWolf 

McLeod John C, shoemaker, 3 Harvard 
row, boards Boylston 

McLeod Joseph, mason, house 18 Eliot 

McLeod Malcolm, machinist, house rear 140 
Spring 

McLeod Neil Mrs., house 2 Douglass 

McLeod Roderick, horseshoer, 18 Camb., 
house at Somerville [lass 

McLeod William H., cutter, boards 2 Doug- 

McMahan Bryan, porter Cambridge R. Co., 
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McMahan Charles, laborer, house 108 Third 
MeMahan J. R., blacksmith, bds. 337 Main 
McMahan Owen, laborer, house 2 Water 
McMahan Thomas, cutter American Rubber 

Co., boards 52 Broadway 
McMahan Thomas, laborer, h. 152 Green 
McMahon Edward, house 7 Water 
McMahon Ellen, widow, house 7 Water 
McMahon Frank, blacksmith, 72 Main, bds. 

8 Broadway 

McMahon James, laborer, h. 176 Franklin 
McMahon John, blacksmith, house 56 Cedar 
McMahon J. , at 502 Main 
McMahon Patrick, stone-cutter, 5 Linne- 

han's block, Third, house 120 Elm 
McMahon Thomas, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 

2 Hunting 
McMahon Thos., carriage-trimmer, Church, 

opposite Palmer, house 28 Dunster 
McMann Eliza, widow of Thomas, house 18 

Brown [Boylston 

McMann James, laborer, house Murray, . 
McMann John, grease-collector, boards 58 

Charles [Glass Co., h. 99 Gore 

McMannis Felix, storeman New England 
McMannis Frank, polisher, b. 8 Conlon ct. 
McMannis Thomas, leather-dresser, boards 

9 Frank [Banks, h. 31 Flagg 
McManns John, shoemaker, Flagg, corner 
McManus Terrance, junk, h. 8 Conlon ct. 
McManns Thomas, laborer, h. 123 Fourth 
McMarah Daniel, mason, boards 15 Warren 
McMaster Margaret Mrs., house 78 Spring 
McMaster Robert, boiler-maker, 92 Main, 

house 2 Broadway [7 Rollins ct. 

McMaster William H., baker, 502 Main, h. 
McMaugh Bernard W., brick-mason, house 

126 Brookline [way, h. 143 Winsor 
McMaugh Patrick, soap-maker, 184 Broad- 
McMenemen Charles E. (Murray & Mc- 

Menimen), painter, 44 Gore, boards 68 

Winter 
McMeniman Charles, h. 124 Webster av. 
McMeniman Charles, Jr., painter, house 

102 Tremont [B.), b. 68 Winter 

McMenimen George E,. clerk (22 South, 
McMenimen John A., iron cornice-maker, 

house 24 Eighth [town), b. 68 Winter 
McMenimen Joseph M., teamster (Charles- 
McMenimen Kate E. Mrs., dressmaker, 24 

Eighth, house do. [h. 68 Winter 

McMenimen Mary, widow of William M., 
McMenimen M., hostler, Eightli-street sta- 
ble Cambridge Railroad [h. 35 Fourth 
McMenimen William H., police, station 3, 
McMichael Winfield L., clerk (Boston), h. 

91 Green 
McMillen Daniel, carpenter, h. 856 Main 
McMillen Peter, at New England Glass Co. 
McMullins James, laborer, 169 Gore, house 

14 Warren 
McMunn George F., inspector Cambridge 

Gas Light Co., house 24 Houghton, 

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McMurray Peter (McMurray & Jones), 

blacksmith, Third, h. 58 Webster av. 
McMurray & Jones (Peter McMurray and 

Charles E. Jones), blacksmiths, Third, 

near Gas House 
McMurtrie David, salesman (477 Washing- 
ton, Boston;, house 7 Second-street ct. 
McNabb Angus, carpenter (Boston), house 

16l£ Broadway [Broadway 

McNabb Angus Alex, laborer, boards 16l£ 
McNabb Hugh S., shoemaker, boards 16l£ 

Broadway [Harvard 

McNabb John A., tinware-buffer, house 106 
McNabb William S.. piano-maker, boards 

16 1^ Broadway 
McNabb William S., piano-maker Ivers & 

Pond Piano Co., Albany, house 61 

Broadway [h. 82 Green 

McNair Alexander, bread-store, 34 River, 
McNair Michael, currier, Dudley 
McNall Catherine, widow of John, house r. 

141 Columbia 
McNally Alice, wid. of Jas., h. 12 Railroad 
MeNally Daniel, bootmaker, 43^ Camb., 

house 17i Third [Co., h. 12 Dunster 
McNally J. R., conductor Cambridge R. 
McNally Michael, laborer, boards 90 Spring 
McNamara Ann, widow of Malachi, house 9 

Hamilton 
McNamara Arthur W., wood turner, 348 

Main, bds. 17 Allston [Hayes ct. 

McNamara Daniel, laborer, 368 Main, h. 16 
McNamara Daniel, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 32 

Harding [bridge, h. 273 do. 

McNamara Daniel J., provisions, 240 Cam- 
McNamara Daniel J., upholsterer, 386 

Main, house at Boston [lin 

McNamara Dennis, printer, h. r. 233 Frank- 
McNamara Eugene T., wood engraver (B.), 

bds. 417 Cambridge [Brookline 

McNamara James, city teamster, house 70 
McNamara James, driver Cambridge R. 

Co.. h. Holworthy, cor. Holworthy pi. 
McNamara John, laborer, h. 105 Kinnaird 
McNamara John, laborer, 356 Main, house 

16 Hayes court 
McNamara John, organ varnisher, 162 

Broadway, house 417 Cambridge 
McNamara John E., clerk, 437 Cambridge, 

bds. 417 do. [house do. 

McNamara John J., saloon, 307 Cambridge, 
McNamara John O., laborer, bds. r. 126 

Brookline [h. r. 24 Jefferson 

McNamara John W., laborer, 169 Gore, 
McNamara Matthias, wood turner, bds. 17 

Allston 
McNamara Michael, laborer, h. r. 8 Gore 
McNamara Michael, at American Rubber 

Co., 162 Broadway, h. 1 Hampshire 
McNamara Michael, wood turner (34 Bev- 
erly, B.), h. 17 Allston, cor. Bell 
McNamara Patrick, city laborer, house r. 

126 Brookline [Franklin 

McNamara Patrick, laborer, house 214 



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McNamara Patrick, ware dresser, 35G Main 
McNamara Patrick F., laborer, bds. r. 126 
Brookline [Brookline 

McNamara Thomas, brass finisher, b. r. 126 
McNamara Thomas E., upholsterer, house 

5 Short [erly, B.), bds. 17 Allston 
McNamara William, wood turner (34 Bev- 
McNamara Wm., engineer (B.), house 323 

Cambridge [bds. do. 

McNamara Wm. J., cook, Memorial Hall, 
McNamee David I., granite worker John 

McNamee, house Vineyard 
McNamee Hugh J., police, station 1. house 
3 Athens [ble Works, h. 3 Huron 

McNamee James H., foreman Union Mar- 
McNamee James T., bookbinder, 418 Har- 
vard, bds. 3 Athens 
McNamee John, Granite Works, Mt. Auburn, 
opp. Elmwood av., h. 180 Lake View 
avenue [finery, h. r. 58 Winter 

McNamee John, laborer Revere Sugar Re- 
McNamee John, liquors, tobacco and 

cigars, 333 Main, house do. 
McNamee John, plumber, h. 126 Brookline 
McNamee John J., laborer, b. 57 Vine 
McNamee John T., marble worker, house 
12 Eliot [vard, h. 46 Trowbridge 

McNamee J. H. II., bookbinder, 18 Har- 
McNamee Mary Mrs., house 333 Main 
McNamee William A., marble worker, Mt. 
Auburn, opp. Elmwood av., bds. 180 
Lake View avenue [h. do. 

McNaughton Anthony, milkman. 69 Allston, 
McNaughton Henry Mrs., h. 37 Wendell 
McNaughton Lilias 1)., widow of Daniel, 

house 69 Allston 
McNaughton, see Naughton 
McNaut John, at N. E. Glass Co. 
McNeil Angus, carpenter, house 380 Camb. 
McNeil Daniel, carpenter, bds. 380 Camb. 
McNeil Daniel, carpenter. 15 Farwell place 
McNeil Edward, painter, bds. 33 Green 
McNeil Elizabeth Mrs., h. 122 Elm 
McNeil John, carriage painter, bds. 380 
Cambridge [47 Harding 

McNeil Laughlin, telegraph pole setter h. 
McNeil William, laborer, bds. 5 Ninth 
McNeil William C, painter, h. 458 Camb. 
McNeil, see McNeill 
McNeill Daniel, at 174 Broadway 
McNeill James, carpenter, house 70 Spruce 
McNeill James, laborer, h. 127 Washington 
McNeill Wm., laborer, 169 Gore, bds. 5 
Ninth [North av. 

McNevin Isaac, carriage painter, bds. 352 
McNichol Daniel, lab rer, h. r. 202 Bridge 
McNichol Patrick, porter (477 Washing- 
ton, B.), h. 181 Bridge [House 
McNichols John, laborer, bds. Mansion 
McNinch Robert W. ( Cummin gs, Kenney 

6 Co.), lumber, Bridge, opp. Prison 
Point, house at Boston 



McNinch Samuel, bookkeeper Cummings, 

Kenney & Co., Bridge, opp. Prison 

Point, bds. at Boston 
McNott Mary, widow, house 40 First 
McNulty Catherine, widow of Daniel, h. 5 

Harding 
McNulty Daniel, blacksmith, h. 5 Harding 
McNulty Hugh, laborer (Somerville), h. 

100 Tremont [court, last on left 

McNulty Hugh, laborer, house Garden 
McNulty Kate Miss, house 96 Spring 
McNulty Michael, wood turner, h. 80 Spring 
McNulty Rose Miss, house 96 Spring 
McPeak James F., silver plater (B.), bds. 

64 Charles [Cambridge 

McPeak John, tin peddler, rooms 381 
McPeak Patrick, helper, 17 Main, bds. at 

Boston 
McPeak Patrick, grocer, 64 Charles, h. do. 
McPeck George A., floor manager Harvard 

Skating Rink, Putnam av., opp. Green, 

bds. 54 Elm [38 Union 

McPeck James H., clerk, 438 Cambridge. h. 
McPeck Neal, liquors and restaurant, 161 

Prospect, house 54 Elm [bia 

McPh il Wm., carpenter, bds. 174 Colum- 
McPhee Alexander, stone mason, h use 5 

Green [Brookline 

McPhee Doutrlass, baker, 502 Main, h. 34 
McPhee James, baker, bds. 34 Brookline 
McPhee Margaret, widow of Dougal, house 

34 Brookline [Chestnut 

McPherson Ann, widow of George R., h. 63 
McPherson Ewen R. , flour and com. mer. 

(204 State, B.), h. 64 Chestnut 
McPherson Isabella, widow of Thomas, h. 

79 Boylston [Auburn 

McPherson John, carpenter, bds. 249 Mt. 
McPherson John, clerk (204 State, B.), 

house 4 Florence [Brookline 

McPherson John A., carpenter, h. 112£ 
McPherson Kate B., widow of George, h. 

1 Salem 
McPherson Robert, mason, b. 18 Amory 
McQuade Bernard, teamster, boards 303 

Cambridge 
McQuade John, brass finisher (36 Bowker, 

B.), house 110 Otis [Boston 

McQuade John, pressman 368 Main, h. at 
McQuade Margaret, wid. of Patrick, h. 303 

Cambridge [[Camb. 

McQuade Patrick, boot black (B.), b. 303 
McQuarrie Angus, carriagesmith (B.), [h. 

502 Camb. 
McQuatters William, coffin maker 203 

Bridge, house at Charlestown 
McQueen Alexander, cooper (B.), h. 15 

Pine [trim 

McQueen Malcolm, stone cutter, h. 8 An- 
McQuigin Frank J. , compositor, house New, 

near F. R. R. 
McQuigin Patrick, lab., h. New, n. F. R. R. 
McQuillan Hugh, hairdresser, h. 156 Frank- 
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McQuilten John, machinist 02 Main 
McQuigin Chas.. glass maker, h. 42 Vine 
McKae Lewis K., harness maker, house 9 

Rogers block. Main [h. Bay 

McReady Dan'l.. night watchman 120 Green 
McShea John, teamster, h. r. 2 Andrew 
McSheean W., packer Am. Rubber Co. 
McSherry James H. (McSherry & Black), 

liquors 430 Cambridge, h. at Newton 
McSherry £ Black (James H. McSherry 

and Edwin E. Black), liquors 430 

Cambridge 

McSOREEY T ARCHIBALD, 
carpenter and builder, rear 477 Main 
house 12 Pleasant 
McSorley Jas., provisions, boards 8 Stev- 
ens Court [Spring 
McSorley John, supt. street dept., h. 62 
MeSorley Peter, tinsmith, h. 125 Third 
McSorley Peter P., driver engine No. 3, b. 
02 Spring [h. do. 
McSorley Thos., teamster 8 Stevens Court, 
MeSorley Wesley A., chemist 150 Broad- 
way, b. 12 Pleasant [nam Av. 
McSwain Samuel, carpenter, h. 218 Put- 
McSweeney Daniel, laborer 169 Gore, h. 

27;l Camb. 
McSweenev Daniel, lab., b. 107 Spruce 
MeSweeney Daniel, lab., h. 114 Third 
McSweenev Edward D., shipper H. M. 

Sawyer, b. 114 Third 
MeSweeney Margaret, widow of Patrick. 

house 107 Spruce 
MeSweeney, see Sweeney 
McTague Peter, h. OS Harvard 
McTeague Peter, provisions 23 Brewery, h. 
333 Portland [shire 

McTwiggan Jas., electrician, h. 99 Hamp- 
McTwiggan John, electrician, house 99 
Hampshire 

McVEY JOH>, pottery 23 Harvev. 
h. 11 do. 
McVicker Duncan, carpenter, b. 108 Camb. 
McVicker James, soap maker, b. 36 Cherry 
McYVilliams George, switchman B. & A. K. 

P.. h. 25 Decatur 
McWhinnie James Be v., h. 30 Magazine 
M'Coy Frink H., painter, R04 Main. h. 6 

Tufts [B.), h. 224 Putnam av. 

M'Coy George M., agent (216 Washington. 
M'Coy Kozilla A., widow of Madis n, h. 18 

Rockwell 
M'Cov William B.. bds. 18 Rockwell 

M'CREAD Y .1 OH V C. editor Com'l 
Reporter. 52 South Market, B.), h. 

66 Webster Avenue 
MVready Samuel R.. supt. (52 So. Market 

B.),'h. G6 Webster av. 
Meacom Geo. E., apothecary 105 Camb.. h. 

at Chas'n [h. 322 Harvard 

Mead Charlea C, printer (223 Wash., B. . 
Mead Chas. W.. printer (233 Wash., B.), 

b. 322 Harvard 



Mead Frank W., contractor (70 State, B.), 

house 152 North Avenue 
Mead Geo., cooper, b. 8 Portland 
Mead John P.. mason and builder, h. 1 Jay 
Mead Margaret, widow of Thomas, h. 79 
Bolton 

of Wm., h. 8 Meacham 
salesman (1 Blackstone 
house Elm, 1st north of 
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machinist (So. Boston), 
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Mead Mary, 
Mead Wm. 
market, 
Beech 
Meade Jonn AV 
Meade Julia, widoi 

Elm 
Meade Peter, shoemaker 125 Dublin, h. do. 
Meagher Dennis, driver Camb. R. Co., h. 

Holworthy, opp. Holworthy PI. 
Meagher Thomas, farmer and milkman, h. 
Auburn Place [Hancock 

Meagher Wm. H., asst. 503£ Main, bds 89 
Meany Jerry, at Niles Bros., Concord Av. 
Mears Sarah Mrs., b. 16 Oak 
Meckel Joseph, cigar maker, rms. 18 Front 
Meda Joseph, cabinet maker h. 25 Fourth 
Medeiros Victorinode, lab., house 1 Low- 
land Avenue 
Medina Frank, sand paperer, h. 17 Seventh 
Mee James, driver Camb. R. Co. 
Meehan D.. conductor Camb. R. Co. 
Meehan Thos., cabinet maker 54 Bridge, 

house 172 Third 
Meekin Frank, grinder Am. Rubber Co. 
Megan Andrew, lab., b. 48 Andrew 
Megan Francis J., stock clerk (67 Com'l, 

B.). h. 35 Somerset 
Megan John, lab., b. 4s Andrew 
Megan John, lab. 169 Gore, h. 19 Jefferson 
Megan Thos.. h. 48 Andrew 
Megroth Charles W. . conductor Camb. R. 
^Co.. house !)5i River [93* Green 

Megroth Wm. N.. piano action maker, h. 
Meharg Joseph, groceries and provisions 

145 and 147 Pleasant, h. 3 Gordon PI. 
Meharg Robert R.. clerk 145 Pleasant, b. 

3 Gordon Place 
Mehar Wm. H., lab., b. 89 Hancock 
Mehegan Robert J., pressman (4 Williams 

Court, B.), b. 112 Third 
Melcher Daniel R.. c irpenter, h. 27 Pleasant 
Melia Alfred, cigar maker, h. 102 Main 
Mellick William R.», baker 502 Main, h. 31 

Green 
Melledge Edgar C, clerk, bds. 335 Harvard 
Melledge James H.. house 335 Harvard 
Melledge Mary Miss. bds. 335 Harvard 
Melledge Robert J., (91 State B.). bds. 335 
Harvard [Harvard 

Melledge S. J., widow of James P.. h. 335 
Mellen Edwin D., 184 Broadway, h. 307 do. 
Mellen George, h. 47(i Cambridge 
A TELLER JAJIES (Curtis Davis & 
^A. Co.). soapmnfr., 184 Broadway and 

(136 State. B.). h. 31 Essex 
Mellen James E.. teacher of boxing H. U. 
gymnasium, rooms do. [av. 

Mellen Joseph, machinist, bds. 32 Western 



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painter, h. 164 Franklin 
133 Webster av. 
172 Pearl, h. 121 



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Mellen Michael, at Riverside Press, h. 135 

Brookline 
Mellen Sarah A 
Mellen Thomas 
Mellen Thomas 
Melley Arthur 

Pleasant 
Melley Patrick, laborer, h. Garden ct 

tween Dublin and Garden 
Melley Patrick, soapmaker, 172 Pearl h. 60 

River [19 Cherry 

Mello Joseph M., hairkresser, 427 Main. b. 
MellorJos. S., clerk (Chelsea), bds. 17 Mt. 

Auburn [do. 

Mellsop William C, baker 910 Main, h. 912 
Meloon Hopkins H. , produce (19 Black- 
stone, B.), h. 67 Third 
Meloon James, spring turner, 368 Main, h. 

at Chelsea [bds. 67 Third 

Meloon Minnie A. Miss, music teacher, 
Meloon Seviah, widow of David C, house 

67 Third [Sixth 

Melville Edward, cook, 120 Cambridge, h. 1 
Melville George, printer, (B.), h. 22 Spring 
Melville Thomas, switchman F. R. R., h. 

200 Bridge 
Melvin Edward M., carriage painter, 178 

North avenue, h. 12 Boylston 
Melvin John H., machinist, 174 Broadway, 

h. 88 Washington 
Melvin Patrick C, tailor, h. 30 East 
Melvin William, clerk, 17 Brattle, bds. 227 

Franklin [Main 

Menix Catherine, wid. of Patrick, h. 147 
Menzie James, machinist, h. 91 Hancock 
Mercer William L., broker, (50 School, 

B.), h. 78 Inman 
Mercer William W., janitor, (53 Devon- 
shire. B.), house 34 Brewery 
Meriam Dorcas J., widow of John N., h. 

143 Magazine [Clinton 

Meriam Emeline, widow of William; h. 11 
Merriam Albert Mrs., h. 369 Cambridge 
Merriam Geo. H., insurance agent, house 

10 Bobbins block. Prospect 
Merriam Harry L., carpenter, b. 10 Prospect 
Merriam Mary Miss, h. 143 Magazine 
Merrick Frederick F., laborer, house 55 

Washington [Portland 

Merrick Frederick, porter, (B.), h. 37 
Merrick Richard, laborer, 126 Portland, 

house 41 Porter [Portland 

Merrick William R., janitor (B.), bds. 37 
Merrifield Gustavus V., pocket book maker, 

bds. 36 Brookline [Holyoke 

Merrifield Ottis E., clerk, 6 Brattle h. 16 
Merrifield Walter L., express messenger, 

(40 Court square, B.), b. 41 Cogswell av 
Merrifield Walter M., plumber, bds. 20i 

Bigelow 
Merrifield William, express driver, 600 

Main, house at Boston 
Merrill Allyne L., student (Mass Inst, of 

Technology, B.), bds. 65 Dana [av. 



Merrill Charles A., carpenter, bds. 3 Holly 
Merrill David G., foreman, 3 Hampshire, 

house 30 Norfolk 
Merrill F. D., action maker 129 Broadway, 

house at Woburn . 
Merrill Frank P. (Norris & Merrill), grocer 

5 and 6 Harvard Sq., b. 25 Wendell 
Merrill GeorgD.,N. Y. Shade roller Co., 

13Tremont Row 
Merrill George E., clerk (4 Winthrop sq., 

B.), h. 5 Greenough avenue 

MERRILL, GBOROE S., boots 
and shoes (469 Washington, B.), h. 
65 Dana 
Merrill Herbert S., clerk, h. Russell, cor. 

Orchard 
Merrill H race A., carpenter, h. 24 Rice 
Merrill Joseph F., printer, h. 86 Moore 
Merrill J. Warren, (70 Kilby, Mason build- 
ing B.), h. 400 Broadway 
Merrill Lorenzo, foreman of lard room, 
169 Gore, h. 119 Otis [30 Norfolk 

Merrill Louis B., sawyer, 3 Hampshire, b. 
Merrill Lucy J., w r idow of Davis, h. 32 

Hubbard avenue 
Merrill Robert D., driver Chas R. St. R. 

Co., rooms 42 Fairmont 
Merrill Susan teacher, bds. 341 Broadwav 
Merrill T. P., driver Camb. R. Co. 
Merrill T. Watson, (70 Kilby, Mason build- 
ing B.), h. 400 Broadway 
Merrill Walter A., boxmaker, State cor. 

Osborne h. 61 Cherry 
Merrill William, wheelwright, house 7 

Lambert avenue 
Merritt Edgar A., mason, bds. 51 Winsor 
Merritt Edward, wood turner, 131 Broad- 
way, bds. 120 Harvard [Harvard 
Merritt Edwin H., wood turner, house 120 
Merritt Elisha L., mason, house 51 Winsor 
Merritt Kate Mrs., house 111 Charles 
Meserve John W., mechanical engineer, 

604 Main, boards 113 Auburn 
Mesier Henry Mrs., bds. 120 Brattle 
Meuleman Alphonse, cabinet maker, h. 77 

Washington 
Messenger Samuel, house 11 Front 
Messenger Wm. H., carpenter, h. 564 Main 
Messer Daniel E. (D. E. Messer & Bro.), 

grocer, 159 Harvard, room > 177£ do. 
Messer Dan. Y., salesman (199 State, B.), 

house 3 Mt. Pleasant 
Messer D. E. & Bro. (Daniel E. and Gor- 
ham B. Messer), grocers, 159 Harvard 
Messer Eliza J., widow, house 3 Mt. Pleas- 
ant 
Messer George, driver Wm. A. Messer's, 

express, house 155 Winsor 
Messer G. Frank, salesman (120 Hanover, 

B.), boards 140 Harvard 
Messer Gorham B. (D. E. Messer & Bro.), 

grocer, 159 Harvard, boards 140 do. 
Messer Gorham F., elk (B.) b 140 Harvard 
Messer John M., boards 94 Webster av. 



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Shepard 
Messer L. Wilbur, general secretary, Cam- 
bridge Koung Men's Christian Associa- 
. tion, 613 Main, room 3, bds. 686 Main 
Messer Stillman, house 140 Harvard 
Messer William A., furniture mover and 

express, 97 Webster av., house 94 do. 
Messinger Wm. T., house 15 Prospect 
Metcalf Charles C, proof corrector Boston 

Transcript (324 Washington, B.), h. 

59 Walden [Walden 

Metcalf C.' Clifford (G6 State, B.), bds. 59 
Metcalf Eliab W., editor "Courier" (299 

Washington, B.), house 49 Walden 
Metcalf Greenleaf W., fly-finish r, 162 

Broadway, house 1 Allston court 
Metcalf Louisa C. Miss, h. 154 Mt. Auburn 
Metcalf Nancy C, widow of Charles R., h. 

154 Mt. Auburn 
Metcalf Willard L., artist, bds. 1 Allston ct 

METCALF WILLIAM S., com- 
piler and proof reacter at W. A. 
Greenough & Co.'s Directory office, 
Bowdoin building (31 Milk, room 
42, B.), house 22 Lowell 
Metivier Noel, saloon, 113 Spruce, h. do. 
Metzger Andrew, vocalist, house 158 Otis 
Metzger Joseph, music recorder, organette 
patentee, and saloon, 200 Camb. h. do. 
Meyer Christian, cabinet maker, house 93 

Fifth 
Meyer Henrich, engineer, Herald (4 Wil- 
liams court, B.), house 43 Reed 
Meyor John, finisher Keeler & Co., Otis, c. 

First, house 51 Vine 
Meyers Julius, cigars and billiards, 643 

Main, house 658 do. 
Michael Daniel, lab., h. 2 Rogers b Ik Wash 
Michael David, clerk, 468 Harvard, boards 

116 Auburn 
Michaelson Michael S., cabinet maker, 162 

Broadway, house 223 do., suite 7 
Middlemas George W. (Middlemas, More 
& Co.), carriage builkers, 3 Palmer, h. 
11 Revere 
Middlemas, More & Co. (George W. Mid- 
dlemas and Thos. A. More), carriage 
builders, 3 Palmer 
Middlemas H. H., driver Camb. R. Co. 
Middleton Edward S., student Eph. Theo. 

School, bds. Lawrence Hall 

Middleton George H., machinist, house 4 

Berkshire [ant 

Miethke Minna, wid of Herman h 132 Pleas- 

Mifflin George H. (H. O. Houghton & Co.) 

printer Riverside Press, a d (Houghton 

Mifflin & Co.), publisher (4 Park, B.), 

house at Boston [Broadway 

Miles Dennis W., harness maker, boards 60 

Miles Edmund, proof reviser, University 

Press, house 4 Charles River 
Miles Elizabeth, widow of Edward, house 
60 Broadway 



Miles Fernando, foreman Harvard sq. sta- 
ble Camb. R. Co., house 11 River 

Miles Frank H., foreman Rand & Avery, 
117 Franklin, h. 1 Eustis court 

Miles Wm. B., book finisher, b. 11 River 

Miles, see Myles 

Millan Alexander, fish and oysters, 17 
Brattle, house 12 DeWolf 

Millan Horace E. driver 502 Main h 40 Sidney 

Millard Jas. T., carpenter, State, cor. Os- 
born, h. Clark 

Millard J. T., h. 86 Washington 

Millard William, tinsmith (79 North, B.), 
h. 106 Pearl 

Millen Frederick A., wood molder h 18 Gore 

Millen Helen Mrs., h. 201 North av. 

Millen Wm. A., dentist (13 Tremont row, 
B.), boards 101 Allston 

Millen Wm. J., foreman (1 and 3 Sudbury, 
B.), house 101 Allston 

Miller Adolph, cigar maker, h 4 Rogers blk. 
Main 

MILLER BROS. (Geo. H. and 
Frank H. Miller), watches and jew- 
elry, 593 Main 
Miller Catherine, wid. of Fred, h 89 Third 
Miller Chas. H., cook, h. 94 Third 
Miller Chas. jr., turner, bds. 62 Harvard 
Miller Christina, widow of Chas. h 62 Har- 
vard 
Miller Claborn M., janitor, b. r 33 Hastings 
Miller Claborn C. Mrs., h. r. 33 Hastings 
Miller Danbridge L., lab., b. r. 33 Hastings 
Miller Edward, currier, h. 27 Harvey 
Miller Ellen, wid. of Geo., h 7 Appian way 
Miller Ellis F., undertakers' materials (19 

Washington, B.), h. 13 Roseland 
Miller Eliza, widow of Claborn C, h. rear 

33 Hastings 

Miller Fanny W. C. Mrs., bds. 122 Hancock 

Miller Frank H. (Miller Bros.), watches 

and jewelry, 593 Main, b. 32 Brookline 

Miller Frank L., polisher (B.), boards 118 

Hajvard 
Miller Fred, brickmaker, B. S. B. Co., h. 

Spruce 
Miller Fred A., cooper, h. 118 Columbia 
Miller Fred J., action maker, 113 Broad- 
way, b. at Somerville 
Miller Frederick, cooper, h. 175 Spring 
Miller George G., blacksmith B. & A. R. 

R. (A117ton), h. 32 Brookline 
Miller George H. (Miller Bros.), watches 

and jewelry, 593 Main, b. 41 Norfolk 
Miller Helen M., seamstress, b. 46 Tremont 
Miller Ingram B., carpenter, Banks, near 
Sands, h. 7 Appian-way [vard 

Miller James, fireman (B.), bds. 118 Har- 
Miller James, laborer, h. 26 Charles River 
Miller James H., blacksmith, h. 18 Upton 
Miller John, boiler maker, 118 Harvard 
Miller John, h. 47 Amory 
Miller John, piano maker (B.), house 102 
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Miller John, starter Chas. R. St. R. Co., 

transfer office, 117 Hampshire, rms. 

at Somerville [Harvard 

Miller John jr., painter, 642 Main, b. 120 

Miller Martha C, widow of David, h. 46 

Tremont 
Miller Michael, teamster, h. 26 Charles River 
Miller Minnie Miss, dressmaker (B.), h. 

Ill Columbia 
Miller Morgan, pensioner, rms. 61 Harvard 
Miller Otto, cooper, h. 89 Third 
Miller Peter, 162 Broadway, h. at Arlington 
Miller Peter A., upholsterer, h. 133 Brook- 
line [C. R. Co. 
Miller Robert, hostler, eighth st. stable. 
Miller S., hostler Eighth st. stable, Camb. 
R. Co. [Harvard 
Miller Robert J., painter, 642 Main. b. 118 
Miller Stuart C, produce ( 104 F. H. mar- 
ket. B.), h. 122 Hancock 
Miller William, teamster Richar son & 

Bacon, h. 215 Mt. Auburn 
Miller Wm. F., wood turner, 602 Main, h. 

62 Harvard 
Miller AVm. G., foreman (Water, corner 
Chamber, Charlestown), h. 9 Franklin 
Miller Wm. H., janitor (28 School, B.), h. 

r. 60 Cambridge 

Miller Wm. Martin, piano-hammer coverer, 

664 Main, h. 8 State [at Boston 

Millet Josiah B., clerk Riverside Press, h. 

Millett George W., printer Riverside Press, 

h. 85£ Putnam av. 
Millete Felix, broom maker, h. 163 Dublin 
Milligan Daniel H., shoemaker, 36 Fifth, 

h. 159 Norfolk 
Milligan James, cutter (225 Washington, 

B.), h. 28 Fayette 
Milligan John D., b. 28 Fayette 
Milligan William, dentist, 613 Main, b. 28 

Fayette 

Milliken Jas. E., express, 12 Brattle and 

(26 Devonshire, B.), h. 8 Mt. Auburn 

Milliken James S. (Texas), h. 8 Mt. Auburn 

Millman Arthur, carriage maker (Charles, 

c. Cambridge, B.), h. 173 Main 
Millmore John, iron moulder, Pelham, b. 

2 Hannum block, 114 Broadway 
Millmore Luke, driver, 91 Broadway, bds. 

114 do. 
Millmore Patrick, hostler Camb. R. Co., 
201 Main, h. 2 Hannum blk., r. 114 
Broadway 
Millner Charles H., tinsmith, 552 Main, h. 
69 Western av. [av. 

Millner James N., tinsmith, b. 69 Western 
Milner John, plumber, h. 69 Western av. 
Mills Benj. F., stenographer Riverside 
Press, and stenograph teacher, 8 Tufts, 
h. at Arlington 
Mills Benj. F., clerk (18 P. O. sq., B.), b. 

64 Winter 
Mills Carlton B., student, Ep.Theo. school, 
b. Lawrence Hall 



Mills Charles, civil engineer county treas. 

office, Third, h. at Somerville 
Mills Charles H., wood engraver, bds. 64 

AV inter 
Mills David S., hattrr, h. 72 Inman 

Mills Ella J. Miss, dressmaker, 2 Moore, 
h. do. [B.), h. 45 Winsor 

Mills James, hairdresser (122 Cambridge, 

Mills Jas. H., h. 64 Winter 

Mills Jas. H. jr., cane-chair seater, b. 64 
Winter 

Mills John, at Revere Sugar Refinery, h. 
50 Spring 

Mills John J., teamster, b. 35 Willard 

Mills J. R., h. 14 Warland 

Mills William, carpenter, h. 35 Willard 

Mills Williaix jr,, teamster, b. 35 Willard 

Milberry E., conductor, Camb. R. Co. 

Milne George Duncan, bookkeeper, (95 
Milk, room 60. B.), h. 6 Pemberton 

Milne Helen, widow of Robert, house 201 
North avenue 

Milne Joseph, butcher, h. 186 Br dge 

Milner Charles H., tinsmith, 651 Main, h. 
69 Western ave. 

Milton Henry, h. 174 Columbia [bia 

Milton James, ti smith (B.),b. 174 Colum- 

Milton Joseph, gardener Botanic Garden, 
Raymond, n. do. 

Milton Robert B., cabinetmaker (B.), h. 
157 Spring 

Minane John, grave digger Camb. ceme- 
h. 7 Maynard pi. 

Minane Thomas H., stone cutter A. Mc- 
Donald, b\ 7 Maynard pi. 

Minard A. S. Mrs., dressmaker, 32 Pros- 
pect, h. do 

Miuding Jane.wid. of Philip, h. 20 Murdock 

Minehan Patrick, laborer, h. 132 Dublin 

Miner Augusta A., widow of Charles, h. 80 
Thorndike [Hastings 

Miner Catherine, widow of Henry, h. 39 

Miner Edward F., machinist, h. 152 Pearl 

Miner Everett L., clerk, 458 Harvard, bds. 
29 Ash [80 Thorndike 

Miner FredL., clerk, 161 Cambridge, bds. 

Miner Henry A., apothecary, 161 Cam- 
bridge, h. 80 Thorndike 

Minneugh James, glass blower, house 198 
Cambridge 

Minneugh Thomas, brakeman B. & A. R. 
R., h. 33 Warren 

Minnihan Cornelius, laborer, b. 154 Charles 

Minor Lawson, comp., b. Magazine, cor. 
William 

Minot Ellen Miss, b. 38 Concord ave. 

Minot Elizabeth, widow of George, house 
38 Concord av. 

Minot John T , contractor and builder, h. 
59 Harvard 

Minot John W. F., carpenter, b. 59 Harvard 

Minot Timothy A., carpenter, b. 59 Harvard 

Minnock Catherine, widow, h. 147 Main 

Minnock Murtagh, b. 147 Main 



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Cambridge, h. 15 Ellsworth ave. 
Minton P., laborer, h. 7 Grant 
Mirick Augusta G. Mrs., teacher, Putnam 

grammar school, h. 189 Thorndike 
Mirick George A., student (Amherst), b. 

139 Thorndike 
Mirick Leila A. Miss, teacher Thorndike 

grammar school, b. 139 Thorndike 
Miron Gilbert, cabinet maker, h. 148 Third 
Miron Gilbert Mrs., dressmaker, h. 148 

Third 
Mitchell Albert, expressman, h. 10 Norton 
Mitchell Alexander, T., laborer, Mt. Au- 
burn cemetery, h. 2 Huron 
Mitchell Berry, hairdresser, h. Gl Wash. 
Mitchell Daniel, baker, 31 Elm 
Mitchell David, hairdresser, 590 Main, b. 5 

Howard 
Mitchell Eliza J., teacher Sargent primary 

school, b. 116 Winsor 
Mitchell Elizabeth, widow of Wm.,h. 60 

Hastings [h. 89 Plymouth 

Mitchell Elizabeth H., widow of Wm. S., 
Mitchell Erastus C, box maker, First, cor. 

Thorndike, b. 134 Camb. [do. 

Mitchell Frank, waiter, 120 Camb., rooms 
Mitchell Frank L., book-binder, Riverside 

Press, b. 221 Pearl 
Mitchell Frederic M.. brakeman B. & A. 

B. R., b. 28 Front 
Mitchell George, blacksmith, 232 North av. 

h. at Arlington [rms. Brewery 

Mitchell George, teamster, 91 Broadway, 
Mitchell Gorge E., carpenter, h. 16 Flagg 
Mitchell Geo. E., printer, 636 Main, bds. 3 

Lamson pi. 
Mitchell George E., stereotyper, b. 105 

Putnam av. 
Mitchell George L., h. 113 Thorndike 
Mitchell Henry, car cleaner, F, R. R., b. 

28 Seventh [Holly 

MitchellJames E., gas fitter (B.), h. Hotel 
Mitchell Jesse, watchman, 220 Portland, b. 

53 Cherry [Hastings 

Mitchell John, machinist, 72 Main, b. 8 
Mitchell J. Frank, foreman of stereotype 

room, Riverside Press, h. 221 Pearl 
Mitchell Mary, wid. of John, h. 8 Hastings 
Mitchell Mary E., widow of Henry A., h. 

28 Front 
Mitchell Randolph H., waiter, Memorial 

hall, rms. 15 Elmer 
Mitchell Samuel B., carpenter (13 F. H. 

sq., B.), rms. 25 Spring 
Mitchell Sarah P., widow of George, nurse, 

h. 16 Flagg 
Mitchell Thomas, currier, atFischei's Tan- 
nery, h. Sargent [do. 
Mitchell Thomas, grocer, 18 Hancock, h. 
Mitchell Thomas A., salesman (B.), h. 22 

Winsor 
Mitchell Wm., harness maker, Camb. 

junc. Bridge, h. 116 Winsor 



Mitchell Wm. D., tinsmith, h. 8 Hastings 
Mitchell Wm. P., painter, h. 34 Broadway 
Mitchell Wm. R., moulder, h. 15 Charles 

River 

Mitchell , laborer, h. 15 Railroad 

Mitton Edward J., salesman (450 Wash., 

B.), h. 18 Lee [bia 

Mixon Frederick H., cooper, h. 174 Colum- 
Modeste Chas. E., laborer, h. I Inman pi. 
Moera Manuel J., laborer, h. 5 Lowland av. 
Moffit Harriet, widow, h. 143 Elm 
Mohrow Chas. G., meats (B.), h. 6 Cherry 
Mohwinkel Fritz, action maker, 139 Broad- 
way, h. 160 Thorndike [do. 
Moller A. B. Mrs., modeste, 762 Main, h. 
M oiler Christian B., furniture, etc., 449 

Main, h. 449£ do. 
Moller Gustave, clerk, 449 Main, house 25 

Sidney 
Moley Peter, pedler, h. 47 Vine 
Molloy Daniel, laborer, b. 15 Warren 
Molloy Mary, widow of Martin, b. 281 

Camb. 
Molloy Michael, hostler, h. 281 Camb. 
Moloney Daniel, tinsmith, foot of Thorn- 
dike, h. 281 Camb. 
Moloney Wm. A., printer University Press, 

house 19 Baldwin 
Moltman Robert, gardener, James Dennis, 

Holworthy, cor. Belmont, h. Holworthy 

near Locust 
Moltman Robert H., gardener, Mt. Auburn 

Conservatory, h. Holworthy, n. Locust 
Moltman Wm. J. book-keeper (52 Central, 

B.), h. Holworthy, n. Locust 
Monaghan Bridget Miss, b. 8 Fifth 
Monaghan Hugh J., moulder, h. 56 Second 
Monaghan John, laborer, b. r. 19 Bolton 
Monaghan Patrick, laborer, h. 24 Bolton 
Monahan Alex., pedler, h. 23 McCabe 
Monahan Catherine, widow of Francis, h* 

rear 19 Bolton 
Monahan Henry J., brakeman F. R. R., h. 

66 Waverly 
Monahan Patrick, laborer, h. 16 Willow 
Monahan Patrick, laborer, 126 Portland, h. 

Rolling mill, block, Portland 
Monahan Sarah Miss, h. rear 22 Grant 
Moncerd George, baker, h. 20 Plymouth 
Monier John, carpenter, h. Ill Dublin 
Monroe Amos, h. 63 Auburn 
Monroe Charles W. Mrs., h. Trowbridge 
Monroe Eunice M., widow of Henry P., h. 

64 Pearl 
Monroe, see Munroe 

Monstevens R. W., engineer, h. 113 Charles 
Montague Alfred, carpenter, h. 91 Main 
Montague Charles Hibbard, clerk (52 India, 

B.)i b. 26 Fayette 
Montague Clifton E., clerk (152 Federal, 

B.), b. 70 Antrim 
Montague Edward, key maker, 139 Broad- 
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Montague Samuel L., com. merchant (309 
Atlantic ave., B.), h. 26 Fayette 

Montague Sarah A. Mrs., fancy goods, 12 
Inman square, lr 70 Antrim 

Montgomery Andrew, slater, h. 188 Norfolk 

Montgomery Edward, sawyer, 1G2 Broad- 
way, b. 52 Winsor 

Montgomery Geo., h. 40 Hampshire 

Montgomery Geo. W., driver, Camb. R. 
Co., b. 69 S[)ring 

Montgomery James A., roller, 12 Gore, h. 
69 Spring 

Montgomery Mark, gluer, 1G2 Broadway, 
b. 95 Main 

Montgomery Robert A., pressman " Globe" 
(238 Washington, B.), h. 11 Rogers 
block, Main [h. G9 Spring 

Montgomery Thomas, city lamplighter, 

Montgomery Thomas A., driver, b. 40 
Hampshire 

Montgomery William G., city lamplighter, 
house 32 Davis 

Montgomery William H. Mrs., express, 500 
and G14 Main, and (10 Faneuil Hall 
square, Boston), house 22 Brookline 

Montgomery William J , driver Montgom- 
ery express, G44 Mail, b. 22 Brookline 

Monti Louis, tinsmith, house 193 Main 

Monzan Joseph, cigar manufacturer (4 City 
Hall avenue, Boston), house 10 Elm 

Moody John F., machinist, house 58 Fifth 

Moody John H., foreman press-room (238 
Washington, B.), house 330 Broadway 

Moody Jos. T., pressman, b. 330 Broadway 

Moody Orford S., porter Boston and Albany 
Railroad, rooms 71 Putnam avenue 

Moody Thomas, baker, house 32 Kinnaird 

Moody William, machinist (53 Beverly, 
Boston), house 487 Main 

Mooers Albion K., salesman, 53G Washing- 
ton (Boston), boards 65 Pleasant 

Mooney Alice, widow of William J., house 
183 Columbia 

Mooney A. M. Mrs., dressmaker, rooms 1 
Winthrop square [68 School 

Mooney Bernard, printer (Boston), boards 

Mooney Charles S., draughtsman (32 Pem- 
berton square, Boston), bds. 13 Norton 

Mooney Daniel, house 115 Trcmont 

Mooney George F., boiler-maker, 92 Main, 
house 10 Davis [b. 10 Davis 

Mooney George F., Jr., carriage-maker. 

Mooney Hugh A., laborer, boards 10 Davis 

Mooney Jane N. Mrs., boarding-house, 5 
Linden [10 Davis 

Mooney John, driver, 195 Broadway, boards 

Mooney John, laborer, house 6 Hastings 

Mooney John, house 133 Spring 

Mooney J. A., driver Cambridge R. Co. 

Mooney John M., boots and shoes, 177 
Cambridge and G25 Main, h. 75 Fifth 

Mooney Mary A., widow of William M., h. 
2 Hastings square [Hastings 

Mooney Patrick, brass-worker, house ( 



Mooney William L., tinsmith, h. 456 Camb. 

Moor Clark R. Rev., house 5 Walnut av. 

Moor James C, grocer, 192 Cambridge, 
rooms 141 Otis 

Moor, see Moors [at Boston 

Moore Albert N., book-keeper, 72 Main, h. 

Moore Annie Miss, boards 17 Gerry 

Moore Arthur, fly-finisher, 162 Broadway, 
boards 83 Columbia 

Moore Augustus S., foreman, 282 Broad- 
way, boards 12 Sidney [Co. 

Moore B. Frank, conductor Cambridge R. 

Moor: Charles (Charles Moore & Co.), 
hardware, etc., 8 Brattle, house Lang- 
don, near North avenue 

Moore Charles, hostler Cambrid e Railway 
Co., house Harvey, corner Jackson 

Moore Charles H., instructor in Drawing 
and Principles of Design H. U., house 
19 Follen 

Moore Charles S., turner, house 41 Amory 

MOORE CHARLES & CO. 
(Charles and Edward R. Moore), 
hardware, stoves, etc., 8 Brattle 
Moore Clarence A. (C. A. Moore & Co.), 
confectionery mnfr. , 282 Broadway, 
and (37 Union, B.), rooms 12 Sidney 
Moore Cyrus J., clothes-cleaner, etc., 436£ 
Main, house 36 Hastings 

MOORE C. A. & CO. (Clarence 
A. Moore and George T. Perry), con- 
fectionery manufacturers, 282 Broad- 
way, and (37 Union, B.) [67 Moore 
Moore Daniel, teamster, 168 Main, house r. 
Moore Daniel, tinsmith, house 121 Third 
Moore David H., musician, h. 3 Allston ct. 
Moore Edward R. (Charles Moore & Co.;, 

hardware, etc., 8 Brattle, h. 24 Mellen 
Moore Ephraim M., provisions, house 31 

Antrim 
Moore Frank R., superintendent news-stand 

Fitchburg R. R. (B.), bds. 127 Harvard 
Moore Frank R., packer, 203 Bridge, bds. 

at Waltham 
Mco *e Frederick G., physician (Maverick 

sq., E. B.), h. rear Locust, c. Cushing 
Moore George, laborer, house 393 Main 
Moore George, spinner, house 121 Third 
Moore George A., architect (9 Pemberton 

square, Boston), bds. 132 Mt. Auburn 
Moore Hannah E. Miss, house 47 Magazine 
Moore Hopkins E., wire-worker, house 17 

Hamilton [sex ct. 

Moore James, grease-collector, house 3 Es- 
Moore Jane, widow of Alexander, house r. 

41 Clark [Columbia 

Moore Jane, widow of John, house rear 131 
Moore Jane, widow of Nicholas, h. 17 Gerry 
Moore Jane Miss, dressmaker, 17 Gerry, h. 

do. [Spruce 

Moore Joanna, widow of "John, house 98 
Moore John, polisher, 70 Bridge, h. at B. 
Moore John A., piano-action maker, 113 

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Moore John F., glass-cutter, h. 17 Warren 
Moore Joseph W., provisions (64 Leverett, 

Boston), house 31 Antrim 
Moore J. W., action-maker, 113 Broadway 
Moore Kittle A., boards 291 Broadway 
Moore Martha A. Miss, dressmaker, 98 

Spruce, house do. 
Moore Martin, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house 2G9 Putnam avenue 
Moore Matthew R., police, station 3, house 

135 Otis 
Moore Nancy, Avidow, house 11 Jay 
Moore Nathaniel, stevedore, h. r. 49 Willow 
Moore R., baker, 502 Main 
Moore Richard F., clerk news-stand (F. R. 

R. depot, Boston), boards 127 Harvard 
Moore Robert, laborer, rooms 52£ Green 
Moore Sarah Miss, boards 17 Gerry 
Moore T., at 174 Broadway 
Moore Thomas, laborer, house 16 North 
Moore Thomas, laborer, boards 9 Fifth 
Moore Thos. A., wheelwright, h. 12 Gerry 
Moore Thomas W\, farmer, h. Crescent av. 
Moore William, spring-fitter, 12 Gore, h. 

14 do. [43 Charles 

Moore William, finisher, 139 Broadway, h. 
Moore William, spring-maker, 12 Gore, h. 

16 do. [B.), h. 3 Rogers blk., Main 
Moore William C, engineer (21 Haverhill. 
Moore William J., at 137 Broadway, boards 

rear 41 Clark 
Moorehead John, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, h. 39 Blackstone 
Mo-rehous2 Daniel, pressman Riverside 

Press, house 34 Fairmont 
Moores Albion J., clerk (518 Wash., B.) 

boards 65 Pleasant. 
Moors Frank B., conductor Camb. R. Co., 

boards Baldwin St. station 
Mora Frank, carpenter, h. 28 Baldwin 
Moran Catharine, widow, h. 236 Camb. 
Moran Catharine, widow of Thomas, rear 

178 fr-n 
Moran CI a , ' ., b. 236 Camb. [East 

Moran Edw , dramatc property man, h. 16 
Moran Ellei , widow of John, h. 16 East 
Moran Ellen, widow, h. 73 Third 
Moran Henry, moulder 356 Main, house at 

Somerville 
Moran Jas., lab. 126 Portland, h. 15 Winter 
Moran John, boarding house 164 Gore 
Moran John, lab., b. 53 Vine 
Moran John J., clerk (B.), h. 34 Clark 
Moran Joseph, gl ss blower N. E. Glass 

Works, h. 188 Bridge 
Moran Jos. Jr.. glass worker, h. 36 Winter 
Moran Martin, hen dealer, house Clay, 2d 

from Harvey [Block, Main 

Moran Mary Miss, h. 1 Rogers New Brick 
Moran Mary, widow of Martin, h. Clay, 

next Harvey 
Moran Mary, wid. of Thos., h. 53 Vine 



Moran Patrick, marble cutter, h. rear 152 
Bridge [236 Camb. 

Moran Thos., S., furniture (Woburn), b. 

Moran Thomas F., tinsmith, boards rear 
178 Green 

Moran Wm., coachman, h. 9 Tuttle 

Moran Wm. II., glass worker N. E. Glass 
Co., b. 23 Winter [110 Gore 

MorandaA., coffin maker 203 Bridge, h. 

Morandus Geo. 1)., hairdresser (54 Dover, 
West Somerville), h. Harvey, corner 
Montgomery [h. do. 

Morandus John O., hairdresser r. 41 Reed, 

More Alonzo, confectioner 282 Broadway, 
h. Harvard Sq. 

More Thomas A. (Middlemas, More & Co.) 
carriage builder 3 Palmer, h. 12 Gerry 

Morehouse D. J., asst. foreman Press Room 
Riverside Press, house 34 Fairmont 

Moreland Jas. 11., box maker 3 Hampshire 

Moreland John H., foreman job room Uni- 
versity Press 

Morey Elijah W., oil finisher, b. 72 Inman 

Morey Philemon, salesman (10 India, B.), 
rooms 40 Prospect 

Morgan Alfred, ptcture frames 434 Har- 
vard, house li; Winthrop 

Morgan Emil, lab., h. Squire's block, Gore 

Morgan Geo. F., conveyance Registry of 
Deeds, boards 59 Third 

Morgan Harriet Mrs., h. 97 Mt. Auburn 

Morgan Harrison, h. 183 Brookline 

Morgan Henry, blacksmith, Sixth, corner 
Rogers, h. 31 Carson 

Morgan James, clerk 29 Banks, b. do. 

Morgan Julia A., widow of Joshua, house 
46 Tremont [h. 59 Essex 

Morgan Ransom S., merchant tailor (B.), 

Morgan Thos. H., jig sawyer 162 Broad- 
way, h. 240 do. 

Moriarty Bartholemew, b. 3 George 

Moriarty Bridget, widow, h. 3 George 

Moriarty Charles A., painter, boards 452 
Broadway 

Moriarty Henry M., action maker 162 B'd- 
way, house 121 Broadway 

Moriarty Mary, widow of Daniel, house 
452 Broadway 

Moriarty Mary Mrs., h. 243 Camb. 

Moriarty Patrick H., salesman 7 Harvard 
Sq., h. 14 Farwell Place 

Moriarty S., cooper 169 Gore, rms. 42 Fifth 

Moring Anna L. Mrs., h. 12 Quincy 

Moring Chas. F., h. 12 Quincy 

Morley J., foreman 8th St. stable, Camb. 
R. Co. stable, Camb., h. at Somerville 

Morley Mary A., widow of Thomas, house 
23 Irving 

Moroney Julia Mrs., h. 7 McCabe 

Morrill Alfred (Morrill & Allen), machin- 
ists and steam engines 356 Main, bds. 
10 Village 

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Morrill Geo. A., woolen waste (B. & P. R. 
R. depot, B.), h. 61 Green 

Morrill John L., elerk 168 Gore, house 
177 Norfolk 

Morrill Leonard, h. 35 Front 

Morrill Henry S., student H. U. and teach- 
er of music, rooms 58 Mt. Auburn 

Morrill Wrn. F.. shoemaker (10 Franklin 
Av., B.), h. 58 Mt. Auburn 

MORRILL & ALLEN (Alfred 
Morrill and Albert F. Allen), ma- 
chinists, steam engines, etc., 356 Main 
Morris Chas. P., lab., b. 1G2 Hampshire 
Morris Emery T., porter (107 Milk, B.), b. 

1G2 Hampshire 
Morris Fred, cutter Amer. Rubber Co. 
Morris Geo., carpenter h. 33 Kinnaird 
Morris Geo. H., cabinet maker, house Ho- 
tel Clark 
Morris Jas. L., carpenter, h. 1*02 Inman 
Morris Jennie, widow of Henry, house 180 
Hampshire [Av. 

Morris John, baker, h. Bristol, n. Webster 
Morris John F., clerk (B.), house 57 Har- 
vard 
Morris Mary J., widow of Win. R., dress- 
maker 1G2 Hampshire, house do. 
Morris Michael, towboat fireman (B.), h. 
66 AVinter [R. Co. 

Morris R., at Murray Street stable. Camb. 
Morris Thomas F., brass finisher, b. John 

Morris, Bristol 
Morris Win., hostler Camb. R. Co. Mt. Au- 
burn stable, house Auburn Place, 2d 
on left 
Morris W. H., wood moulder 139 Broad- 
way, house at Somerville 
Morris Wm, H., wheelwright, h. 128 Gore 
Morris W. L., hostler Baldwin St. stable 
Camb. R. Co. [PI. 

Morrison Albert, waiter (B.), b. 1 Jordan 
Morrison Alexander, clerk (B.), house 3 

Henderson Ct. 
Morrison Alexander, lab., h. 32 Vine 
Morrison Alexander Jr., mariner, boards 3 

Henderson Court 
Morrisoi Asa L., machine hand 1G2 Broad- 
way, house 123 Washington 
Morrison Frank, bds. o7 Sixth 
Morrison George A. (Whorf & Morrison), 
fish and oysters, 28 Central square, h. 
58 Green [derson ct. 

Morrison George L., mariner, bds. 3 Hen- 
Morrison Gordon A., hostler Camb. R. Co-, 

house 114 Columbia 
Morrison Harland P., butter and cheese 
(14 New F. H. market, B.), h. 18 Avon 
Morrison Henry A., carpenter, h. 254 Broad- 
way 
Morrison Isaac F., painter, bds. 25 Grigg 
Morrison James, brass finisher (B.), rooms 
19 Park [do. 

Morrison James, coachman, 714 Main, h. r. 
Morrison James, grocer (41 Portland, B.), 
house 18 Avon 



Morrison John, foreman, 1G9 Gore, house 

162 do. [Jordan block, Broadway 

Morrison John, porter, 162 Broadway, h. 1 
Morrison John G. (Rawson & Morrison), 27 

to 31 Main, house 19 State [way 

Morrison John P., machinist, h. 186 Broad- 
Morrison John R., carpenter, h. 1 Jordan 

place [Jordan place 

Morrison John R. Jr., cook (B.), bds. 1 
Morrison J., at 174 Broadway [Porter 

Morrison Matthew D., tailor (B.), h. 45 
Morrison Sarah Mrs., house 57 Sixth 
Morrison Sarah C widow of John, house 

18 Avon 
Morrison Wm., wood turner, 131 Broadway 
Morrison Wm. A., house 9 Felton 
Morrissey Andrew, mason, 12 Eighth, h. do. - 
Morrissey Elizabeth A., widow of John S., 

house 174 Gore [Montgomery 

Morrissey Michael, laborer, house 24 
Morrissey Sarah, widow of Thos., house 

174 Gore [thwaite 

Morrow Francis A., printer, h. 5 Cowper- 
Morrow Harry, driver, 203 Bridge, bds. 56 

Second [5 Rockwell 

Morrow James, at Dover Stamping Co., b. 
Morse Albert D., paper hanger, h. 2 Russell 

MORSE ASA P., pres. Cambridge- 
port National Bank, 585 Main, also 

shook mnfr. (215 Franklin, B.), h. 

81 Magazine [bindery, h. 103 Pleasant 
Morse Charles E., bookbinder Riverside 
Morse Cvrus B., at University Press, house 

28 Franklin 
Morse Cyrus E., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, rooms 113 Putnam av. 
Morse Edward H., bds. 62 Wright 
Morse Edwin T., photographer, Main, cor. 

Brewery, house do. [62 Wright 

Morse Francis A., harness maker, boards 
Morse Frank B., bds. 371 Harvard 
Morse F. B., agent, h. 54 Boylston 
Morse George, carriage painter, Palmer, 

cor. Church, house at Brighton 
Morse George A., harness maker, 5 Palmer, 

house 62 Wright 
Morse George A., lawyer (209 Washington, 

B.), bds. 371 Harvard 
Morse George E., house 99 Auburn 
Morse George H., laborer, h. 149 Main 
Morse Harriet A. Mrs., h. 187 Hampshire 
Morse Henry L., salesman (29 Kingston, 

B.), h. 75 North avenue 
Morse Horace A., express driver, Lyceum 

building, Harvard sq., h. 9 Charles 

River [B.), h. 371 Harvard 

Morse Isaac S., attorney (209 Washington, 
Morse James, painter, 5 Palmer, house at 

Allston 
Morse James B., house 17 DeWolf 
Morse James Drummond, book-finisher 

Riverside Press, house 59£ Franklin 
Morse Kate E., widow of F. H., house 28 

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Morse Kendall, house 62 River 



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ton, B.), house 103 Cambridge 
Morse Peter, brick maker, house Walden, 

between Garden and Dublin 
Mor e Sarah A., widow, dressmaker, bds. 
9 Charles River [Main, h. 30 Eighth 
Morse Timothy D., umbrella maker, 508 
Morse William A. Mrs., h. 239 Broadway 
Morse William H., bds. 231) Broadway 
Morse Wm. Prank, clerk, h. 99 Auburn 

Morse dry goods, 62 Cambridge, h. 67 

Inman [dike 

Morsell Herndon, vocalist, bds. 96 Thorn- 
Morson Charles R., carpenter, house 120 

Webster a v. 
Mortelle Frank E., rooms 19 Essex 
Morton Clara A., widow of Ira B., house 7 
Pleasant place [rooms 129 River 

Morton Edward, waiter Memorial Hall, 
Morton Geo. B., action maker, 137 Broad- 
way, house 38 Sacramento 
Morton Walter, carpenter American Rub- 
ber Co., house 26 Eighth 
Moser Phillip, cigar maker, h. 20 Hastings 
Moses Charles W.. student, bds. 137 Pearl 
Moses Jacob A., salesman, h. 137 Pearl 
Mosher Alfred, cooper, 130 Gore, house 347 
Cambridge [55 Columbia 

Mosher Annie L.. widow of John N., house 
Mosher A., carpenter, 113 Broadway, house 

at Boston 
Mosher A. M. Mrs., house 7 Ware 
Mosher Edward F., salesman, house 107 
Western avenue [B.), h. 76 Chestnut 
Mosher James H., clerk (130 Hanover, 
Mosher John M.. house 55 Columbia 
Moss Francis, blacksmith, h. 39 Baldwin 
Mossey Mary, wido ? of Edward, house 3 
Webster av. [20 Western av. 

Mott Joseph, fireman Riverside Press, bds. 
Moulton Charles H. (Moulton & Sadler), 
clocks, etc., 190 Cambridge, house 57 
Sixth [Main 

Moulton Charles J. B.. collector, house 872 
Moulton Charles W. H. (C. W. H. Moul- 
ton & Co.), ladders, etc.. Gore, head of 
Sixth, house 131 Thorndike 
Moulton Claudius B.. shirt and overall 
mnfr. (85 Water, B.), h. Mt. Pleasant, 
cor. Walden 
Moulton C. Warren, traveling salesman (2 

Liberty sq., B.).h. 19 Inman 
a roiLio\ C. W. H. & CO. 
j3JL (Charles W. 11. Moulton), ladders, 
Gore, head of Sixth [44 Holyoke 

Moulton Elizabeth C, widow of Joel, hou.»e 
Moulton John G., piano regulator (B.), h. 
150 Prospect [37 Mellen 

Moulton Sarah H., widow of Sullivan, h. 
Moulton & Sadler (Chas. H. Moulton and 
Jas. M. Sadler), c"ocks,etc, 190 Cam- 
bridge 
Mountford Warren E., carpenter (450 
Washington, B.), house 23 Essex 



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Watertown line, office (16 Pembertrn 
sq., Boston) [Mt. Auburn 

Auburn Conservatory, Brattle, near 
Auburn Marble and Granite Works, op- 
posite Mt. Auburn cemetery, A. Mc- 
Donald, proprietor 
Mowbray Jas. P.. lab., house 82 Pearl 
Mowell Chas. F., clerk, 192 Cambridge, h. 
124 Otis [4 River 

Mowry Lottie C, widow of Albert E., h. 
Mowry Smith A., boards 4 River 
Moylan Jas., clerk, 120 Third, bds. do. 
Moylan Mary, widow of Michael, house 

Spring, cor. Eighth 
Moylan Thomas, machinist (B.), house 

rear 16 AV inter 
Moynahan Abbey, wid of Patrick h r 6 North 
Moynahan Pianiel, lab. B. &, L. R. shop, h. 

rear 7 Fifth 
Moynahan Humphrey, lab., bds. 6 North 
Moynahan Jeremiah, house 193 Norfolk 
Moynahan Jeremiah jr. (Moynahan & Co.), 
stoves, etc., 469 Cambridge, h. 193 
Norfolk 
Moynahan John, lab., h. 46 Montgomery 
Moynahan John, clerk 13 Jefferson, b 11 do 
Moynahan John E., plumher, b. 4(59 Camb. 
Moynahan Neil A., clerk 906 Main, boards 

15 Mt. Auburn 
Moynahan Michael J., tin peddler, house 

193 Norfolk 
Moynahan Patrick, lab., bds. 6 North 
Moynahan Patrick J., carpenter, house 160 

Prospect 
Movnahan William, apprentice, 356 Main 

MOYNAHAN & CO. (Jere Moy- 
nahan jr. and Thomas F. Rafferty), 
stoves, etc. 469 Cambridge 
Mukes Burrill, lab., h. 53 Portland 
Mulcahay Jeremiah, tailor 8 Boylston, h. 

26 Charles River 
Mulcahy John, currier, h. 194 Dublin 
Mulcahy John F., liquors. 188 Norfolk, 

house do. 
Mulcahy Nicholas, currier, h. 45 Reed 
Mulcahy Patrick, currier, bds. 45 Reed 
Mulcahy Patrick, currier, h.r. 45 Reed 
Mulcahy Thos. J., currier, bds. 45 Reed 
Mulcare Chas., cooper, h. 10 Third 
Muldoon Wm. H., restaurant, h. 25 Fifth 
Muldoon William, saloon, 122 Cambridge, 

house 25 Fifth 
Mulford Elisha Rev., lecturer in Theology, 

Episcopal Theo. school, Brattle, house 

41 Bowdoin 
Mulhall Henry P., clerk (10 Central, B.), 

house 17 Magazine 
Mulhearn John S., cigar maker (B.), house 

88 Webster av. [Bow 

Mulherin Eliza Miss, dressmaker, house 25 
Mulherin Patrick, lab., bds. 25 Bow 
M ilhern Chas., carpenter, b. 23 Hunting 
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Mulhern Ellen, widow of Patrick, house 

Rogers court 
Mulhern Jas., sharpener, 139 Broadway, h 

3 Rogers court [Spring 

Mulhern Jas A., machine hand, house 107 
Mulhern Mary, wid of Geo., h. 23 Hunting 
Mulhern Thos., bookbinder, b. 5 Rockwell 
Mulholland Michael, confectioner, 150 

Broadway, house 40 Brookline 
Mulick Chas. B., lab., 1(JU Gore, house 10 

McCabe 
Mull Frederick, h. 150 Spring 
Mullan Kittie Miss, compositor, 3 Linden, 

boards Bow 
Mullaney John, clerk 1 Webster av. h. do. 
Mullen Ann Miss, variety store, 17 Fourth, 

house do. 
Mullen Ann, wid. of Robert, h. 8 Jefferson 
Mullen Bridget, widow of Bartholomew, h. 

10 East 
Mullen Chas. L., milkman, bds. 41 Winsor 
Mullen Christopher, fireman, h. 20 Valentine 
Mullen Dominick, lab-, h. 35 Flagg 
Mullen David, h. 9 Bow 
Mullen Edward, driver Camb. R. Co., bds. 

88 Mt. Auburn 
Mullen Edward, lab., h. 88 Spring 
Mullen Frank J., bridge builder, b410 Main 
Mullen Geo. J., plasterer, h. 30 Rice 
Mullen Hugh, hack driver, h 28 Vine 
Mullen Jas. E., salesman (Wash. c. Tem- 
ple pi. B.), house 9 Bow 
Mullen Jas. H., key maker, 139 Broadway, 

boards 41 Winsor 
Mullen Jas. H., clerk Boston Woven Hose 

Co., 174 Broadway, b. 177 Camb. 
Mullen Jas. J., carpenter, b. 34 Harding 
Mullen James J., bds. 10 East 
Mullen John, brushmaker (B.), h 3 Porter 
Mullen John, lab., bds. 108 Franklin 
Mullen John, lab., h. 19 Third 
Mullen John, lab., h. 10 Vine 
Mullen Joseph, peddler, h. 34 Jefferson 
Mullen Julia M. Miss, bookkeeper, 908 

Main, bds. 9 Bow 
Mullen Malachi, watchman, h. 190 Green 
Mullen Margaret, widow of James, house 

34 Harding 
Mullen Michael, at Farrell & Nagles, foot 

of Frank, house do. 
Mullen Michael, lab., h. G Hayes court 
Mullen Nicholas, at Union Glass Works, h. 

177 Cambridge 
Mullen Patrick, blacksmiths' helper (Brigh- 
ton), house Auburn place 
Mullen Patrick, pressman, h. 108 Franklin 
Mullen S., at 174 Broadway 
Mullen Thomas, machinist, 72 Main 
Mullen Thomas, teamster, bds. 3 Fifth 
Mullen Thomas F., brush maker, boards 

177 Camb ridge 
Mullen Timothy, lab. 109 Gore, b 12 Porter 
Mullen Wm., bds. 108 Franklin 
Mullen Wm. B., milkman, bds. 41 Winsor . 



Mullen William H., at 54 Bridge, house 8 

Jefferson 
Mullen W. H., conductor Camb. R. Co. 
Mullen Wm. M., conductor Camb. R. Co., 

hoards 177 Cambridge 
Mullen, see Mullin and Mullins 
Miiller Bros. (William, Henry, Christian 

and Edward A. Miiller), tanners and 

curriers, Tannery and (02 South, B.) 
Miiller C, at 102 Broadway, h 1514 do. 
Miiller Christian (Miiller Bros.), tanner, 

Tannery, h. Tannery, 1st on left 
Miiller Christopher, lab., house rear 1G1£ 

Broadway 
Miiller Edward A. (Miiller Bros.), Tannery 

boards Slioam Killer's, Tannery 
Miiller Henry (Miiller Bros.), tanner, Tan- 
nery, h. 388 North av. 
Miiller Henry P., clerk 153 Spring, boards 

02 Sixth 
Miiller Slioam, widow os William, house 

Tannery, 4th on lett 
Miiller William (Miiller Bros.), tanner, 

Tannery, house at Arlington 
Mullett Francis B., teamster, 113 Broadway 

house Bristol, n ar Webster av. 
Mullett Frank C, confectioner (B.), house 

15 Suffolk 
Mullett George A., ice cream and confec- 
tionery, 150 Harvard, rms 118 Harvard 
Mullett Walter A., confectioner, 503 Main, 

rooms 47 Austin 
Mullett William, sergeant of police, station 

3, house 7 Seventh 
Mullett William H., engineer University 

Press, boards Miss Margaret Wheeler's 

Winthrop square [Brookline 

Mulholland Michael, confectioner, h. 40 
Mulligan John, brass moulder, h. 1 Front 

St. Court [Decatur 

Mulligan John, laborer. 172 Pearl, h. r. 24 
Mulligan John, teamster, h. 59 Vine 
Mulligan John jr., laborer, h. 19 Decatur 
Mulligan Thomas E., laborer, 172 Pearl, h. 

r. 24 Decatur 
Mulliken Edwin H., oil dealer, (21 Charles- 
town B.), h. 23 Lawrence 
Mulliken John E. A., clerk, 28 Bridge, 

bds. at Somerville 
Mulliken Nelson C, clerk (264 Devonshire, 

B.), bds. 1 Davenport 
Mulliken William H., bookkeeper, 68 

Bridge, bds. at Lexington 
Mullin Christopher, fireman, h. 23 Valentine 
Mullin George, machinist, 29 Main, h. 470 

Cambridge 
Mullin George I., polisher, bds. 41 Winsor 
Mullin James F. H., piano key maker, bds. 

41 Winsor 
Mullin Patrick, laborer, h. 5 Squire's ct. 
Mullin Patrick, jr., machinist 29 Main, bds. 

5 Squire's ct. 
Mullin Peter, salesman (204 State, B.), h. 

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Mullin William B., key maker, 139 Broad- 
way, bds. 41 Winsor 
Mullin William H., milkman, h. 41 Winsor 
Mullins, see Mullen [156 Main 

Mullina James, printer, (32 Hawley B.), h. 
Mullins Robert, laborer, h. 93 Spring 
Mullins Thomas, grocer, 17/rhird, h. 21 do. 
Mullins Thomas, teamster, bds. 3 Fifth 
Mullonev Ellen T., widow of John, house 

12 Brookline 
Mullonev James T., bookkeeper (62 Sud- 
bury, B.), boards 12 Brookline 
Mulloney John D., telegraph operator, bds. 

12 Brookline 
Mulloney Mary E., Miss, teacher Gore 

primary school, boards 12 Brookline 
Mulroy John, teamster, Richardson & 

Bacon, boards 20 Foster 
Mulroy Michael, laborer, h. 20 Foster 
Mulroy Patrick J., stone cutter, (Donahue 

& Mulroy No. Brighton), house foot of 

Hoi worthy 
Mulreyney Morris, sloarmanN. E. Glass Co. 
Mulroyan James, laborer, h. 9 Valentine 
Mulvahill Jeremiah, lab. h. 203 Franklin 
Mulvahill Kate, widow, h. 239 Franklin 
Mulvahill Michael, laborer, h. 13 Banks 
Mulvaney Morris, laborer, h. 214 Bridge 
Mulvaney Simon, laborer, h. 214 Bridge 
Mumler Chester F.. bds. 12 Wendell 
Mumler John F., electrotype finisher 

University Press, h. 12 Wendell 
Munday Matthew J., granite worker, John 

McNamee, Mt. Auburn, b. 109 Spring 
Munday Patrick, stonecutter, h. 109 Spring 
Munday Patrick jr. , machinist, boards 109 

Spring 
Munday Thomas D., mason, b. 109 Spring 
Munday John F. Rev., asst. pastor Saint 

Mary's church, h. 55 Norfolk 
Mungeon William, H., waiter Memorial 

Hall (r. 1 Smith ct., Boston) 
Munz Rudolph, bartender, 165^ Cambridge, 

house 165 do. 
Munns James, laborer, h. 158 Harvard 
Munro A. F. , house 23 Erie 
Munroe Abbie K. Mrs., b. 21 Trowbridge 
Munroe Charles, h. 11 Webster avenue 
Munroe Charles, janitor City building, 

Brattle sq., house 19 Eliot [Pine 

Munroe Charles H., provisions, house 41 
Munroe Charles W., h. Kirkland, near 

Sumner 
Munroe Emma F. Miss, teacher High 

school, bds. 409 Broadway 
Munroe Enoch, wheelwright, 52 Cambridge, 

house 409 Broadway [64 Pearl 

Munroe Eunice M., wid. of Henry P., h. 
Munroe Francis E. bds. 64 Pearl 
Munroe George H., reed maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 24 Prospect 
Munroe George H., asst. janitor, bds. 35 

Dunster 



Munroe Hannah F., wid. of AVilliam W., h. 

53 Austin 
Munroe Harriet M. Miss, copyist, Otis cor. 

Second, h. at Boston 
Munroe James, electrician, h. 109 Inman 
Munroe James, clerk 83 Spruce, b. 18 Reed 
Munroe James A., bookkeeper (20 Dock 

sq., B.),h. Phillip Nutting's, Nutting pi. 
Munroe Nathaniel, asst. Cambridge R. Co., 

house 16 Wallace 
Munroe Nathauiel W., saloon, 111 Cam- 
bridge, house do. [Harvard sq. 
Munroe N. reg. clerk, Camb. R. Co., 3 
Munroe Philip C, grocer, 11 Webster av., 

house do. 
Munroe Susan Mrs., h. 35 Dunster 
Munroe William A., lawyer (35 Court, room 

2, B.), h. 41 Chestnut, cor. Acorn 
Munroe, see Monroe 
Munsil Milton R., lineman B. & A. R. R., 

h. Hotel Cambridge, Crescent avenue 
Murch Charles W., (Davis sewing machine 

Co., B.), h. 142 Thorndike 
Murdock Elspeth Miss, dressmaker, 131 

Franklin, bds. do. [Western av. 

Murdock Frank R. , carpenter, house 89 
Murdock Frank R., confectionery, and 

fruit, 155 Cambridge, h. do. 
Murdock George L., foreman Boston Bridge 

Works, Sixth [b. 223 Green 

Murdock George W. T., clerk, 854 Main, 
Murdock Maria Miss, h. 661 Main 
Murdock Walter H., florist, 46 Grigg, h. do. 
Murley David, laborer, h. 7 Hastings 
Murnighan James, greese collector, h. 21 

Porter 
Murphy A. . printer University Press 
Mnrphy Arthur, plasterer, b. 46 Boylston 
Murphy Barney, laborer, h. 30 Charles 
Murphy Benj., cutter Amer Rubber Co. 

bds. 3 Burrage's blk., Bristol 
Murphy Bridget, wid. of John, h. Mont- 
gomery, 2nd from Spruce 
Murphy Catherine, widow of Micheel, h. 12 

McCabe 
Murphy C, hostler, Murray st. stable, 

Camb. R. Co. 
Murphy Cornelius, hostler, b. 28 Dunster 
Murphy Cornelius, cutter Amer. Rub. Co. 
Murphy Cornelius, laborer, h. 22 Carson 
Murphy Cornelius, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 8 

Harding 
Murphy Cornelius, driver Chas. R. St. R. 

Co., h. 10 Lopez [h. Third 

Murphy Cornelius, teamster, 256 Bridge, 
Murphy Cornelius A., policeman, station 1, 

h. 48 Montgomery 
Murphy Daniel, porter (Young's Hotel, B.), 

b. r. 240 Camb. [Winsor 

Murphy Daniel, engineer, 92 Main, h. 43 
Murphy Daniel, machinist, 92 Main 
Murphy Daniel, laborer, 169 Gore, h. 10 

McCabe 
Murphy Daniel, carpenter, h. 11 West 



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Murphy Daniel, laborer, b. r. 201 Cam- 
bridge [b. 8 Harding 
Murphy Daniel, laborer Hovey & Co., 
Murphy Daniel, laborer 169 Gore, h. 1G 

McCabe 
Murphy Daniel, laborer, h. 58 North 
Murphy Daniel E., laborer, h. 52 North 
Murphy Daniel P., action maker, 1G2 

Broadway, h. 110 Antrim 
Murphy David, laborer C. H. North & Co., 

h. 122 Elm 
Murphy Dennis, coachman, h. 95 Kinniard 
Murphy Dennis, fireman, h. 14 Hayes ct. 
Murphv Dennis, glass maker, Union Glass 

Co., b- 139 Elm 
Murphy Dennis, janitor Chnrch of the 

Sacred Heart, h. 78 Vine 
Murphy Edward, laborer, h. 14 Webster av. 
Murphy Edward, helper, 92 Main 
Murphy Edward, cooper, b. 12 McCabe 
Mur by Edward J., cooper, h. 7 McCabe 
Murphv Edward W., upholsterer (B.), h. 

21 Dudley 
Murphy Ellen, wid.of Michael, h. GG Spring 
Murphy Ellen, widow of John, h. r. 14 

Seventh 
Murphy Ellen Miss, h. 55 Cedar 
Mur by Francis C, waiter, h. 188 Hamp- 
shire 
Murphy G orge, city laborer, b. 2 Line- 
ban's block, Third 
Murphy George P., teamster, 28 Bridge, h. 
2 Linehan's block, Third [b. do. 

Murphy George T., newsdealer, 92 Third, 
Murphy Hugh, foreman Amer. Rub. Co., 

b. 14 Plymouth 

Murphy James jr., clerk, b. 151 Franklin 
Murphy James, laborer F. P. P., b. 234 

Bridge 
Murphy James, b. 5 Potter 
Murphy James, coachman, 8 Highland, 

rooms do. 
Murphy James, furniture mover, Prospect, 

c. Main, h. 251 Franklin 

Murphy James, laborer, house rear 25 

Cowperthwaite 
Murphy James, laborer, h. r. 10 Third 
Murphy James, h. 27 Banks 
Murphy James, teamster, h. 19 Harvard 
Murphv James H., clerk, 40 Boylston, b. 

251 Franklin 
Murphy James H., salesman, b. 110 Fourth 
Murphy James H., student, boards 1G3 

Franklin [h. 110 Fourth 

Murphy James I., constable and collector, 
Murphy James J., h. 1G2 Norfolk 
Murphy Jere, carpenter, h. 180 Columbia 
Murphy Jeremiah, carpenter, h. 210 Camb. 
Murphy Jeremiah, city teamster, house 89 

Brookline 
Murphv Jeremiah, watchman. 502 Main, h. 

16G£ Norfolk 
Murphy Jeremiah, h. 187 Dublin 
Murphy Jeremiah, h. 8 Harding 



Murphy Jeremiah, laborer, h. 8 Peed 
Murphy Jeremiah, laborer, h. 234 Franklin 
Murphy Jeremiah, paver(B.),h. 93 Tremont 
Murphy Jeremiah, tailor, h. 99 Kinniard 
Murphy Jeremiah J., hardware, 184 Friend 

(B.), h. 85 Western av. 
Murphy Jeremiah jr., teamster, boards 89 

Brookline 
Murphy John, hostler, h. 22 Charles River 
Murphy John, laborer, h. 248 Franklin 
Murphy John, laborer, 1G9 Gore, bds. 35 

Seventh 
Murphy John, glasscutter, h. 9 Hunting 
Murphy John, cooper, h. 9 Porter 
Murphy John, cl.rk, 86 Cambridge, b. at 

Somerville 
Murphy John, clerk, 433 Camb., bds. 189 

Norfolk 
Murphy John, laborer, b. r. 201 Cambridge 
Murphy Jeremiah J., h. GO Fairmont 
Murphv John, foreman, J. Bolger, Palmer, 

n. Church, h. r. 249 Franklin 
Murphy John, 162 Broadway, h. Sixth 
Murphy John, laborer, h. 2 Norfolk ct. 
Murphy John, laborer, 211 Bridge, h. 8 

North [B.), h. 35 Seventh 

Murphy John, cotton sampler (33 Federal, 
Murphy John, provisions, h. 241 Mt. Auburn 
Murphy John, carpenter, h. 1 Union 
Murphy Johu, cutter, 169 Gore, house 29 

Seventh [h. 104 Sparks 

Murphy John, gardener Edmund Peardon, 
Murphy John, laborer, h. 30 Bay 
Murphy John, laborer, h. 32 Bay 
Murphy John, laborer, h. 10 Squire's ct. 
Murphy John, painter, b. 8 Davis 
Murphv John, laborer C. H.North& Co., b. 

12 McCabe 
Murphy John, hostler, Dr. Nichols, house 

Brattle, c. Appian way 
Murphy John, shade painter, 15 Blanche, 

b. 8 Davis 
Murphy John, laborer, h, 3 Tuttle 
Murphy John, laborer, h. 41 Bolton 
Murphy John, laborer, h. 163 Franklin 
Murphy John, hostler, h. r. 23 Harvard 
Murphy John, teamster, boards 12 Dins- 
more court [n. Mt. Auburn 
Murphy John, blacksmith, house Athens, 
Murphy John jr., laborer, h. 8 North 
Murphy John F., hairdresser. 218 North 

av., b. 39 Harvey 
Murphy J. J., conductor Camb. R. Co. 
Murphy John J., brass finishei, house 240 

Franklin 
Murphy John J. , conductor (Met. R. R. , 

B.), h. 71 Gore [Sixth 

Murphy J. J., planer, 162 Broadway, house 
Murphy John J., gilder, h. r. 6 Lopez 
Murphy John J., harness maker, 132 

Bridge, h. do. [1 2 Bridge 

Murphy John M., harness maker, boards 
Murphy John T., cooper, h. 418 Cambridge 
Murphy Jos., student, b. 10 Squire's ct. 



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Murphy Julia Miss, dressmaker, 3 Laeh- 

mere pi,, h. do. 
Murpliy J., at 54 Bridge 
Murphy J., hostler Camb. K. Co., stable, 

h. 201 Main [Boston 

Murphy J., carpenter, 113 Broadway, h. at 
Murphy J., hostler, Harvard sq. stable, 

Camb. R. Co. 
Murphy J., at Camb. R. Co. repair shop 
Murphy Kate E., dressmaker, b. 124 Spruce 
Murphy Margaret, widow of James, h. 12 

Dinsmore ct. 
Murphy Martin, laborer, h. 124 Spruce 
Murphy Mary, widow, h. 200 Franklin 
Murphy Mary Mrs., h. 200 Dublin 
Murphy Mary E. , dressmaker, b. 124 Spruce 
Murphy Matthew, cabinet maker (B.), h. 

36 Winter 
Murphy Maurice, laborers h. 49 Cedar 
Murphy Michael, blacksmith, h. 04 Harvard 
Murphv Michael, tailor, 24 Central square, 

b. 37 Third [Reed 

Murphy Michael, engineer, h. Dudley, cor. 
Murphy Michael, laborer, h. rear 15 Vine 
Murphy Michael, laborer, 109 Gore, h. 24 

Warren [ren 

Murphv Michael, laborer (B.), h. 30 War- 
Murphy Michael, laborert h. 89 Fifth 
Murphy Michael, laborer, 199 Gore, b. 28 

Warren 
Murphy Michael, safe maker, 17 Main 
Murphy Michael, laborer, h. 98 Third 
Murphy Michael J., gardener, h. 243 

Franklin 
Murphy Michael W. , inside man, 177£ 

Harvard, h. 24 Hayes ct. 
Murphy Patrick, carpenter, 113 Broadway 
Murphy Patrick, currier, Dudley 
Murpliy Patrick, tailor, h. 27 Decatur 
Murphy Patrick, h. 192 Bridge 
Murphy Patrick, laborer, h. 192 Bridge 
Murphy Patrick Mrs., h. 9 Hunting 
Murphy Patrick, laborer, 113 Broadway, h. 

108 Third 
Murphy Patrick, laborer, b. 10 Squire's ct. 
Murphy Patrick D., milkman, b. 08 School 
Murphy Patrick A., glass maker, h. 118 

Fourth 
Murphy Patrick B. Rev., asst. pastor St. 

Mary's church, h. 55 Norfolk 
Murphy Patrick H., laborer, E. R. R., h. 

14 East 
Murphy Patrick II., slater (98 Beverly, B.), 

h. 125 Spring 
Murphy Peter P., h. 3 Union 
Murphy Philip F. (Brown, Murphy &Co.), 

window shades, Blanche and (85 and 

87 Franklin, B.), h. 259 Sidney 
Murphy Simon, laborer, h. 12 Short 
Murphy Thos., laborer, 1G9 Gore, house 8 

Harding 
Murpliy Thomas, laborer, h. r. East 
Murphy Thomas, at N. E. Glass Co. [ct. 
Murphy Thomas 11., painter, h. 3 Rogers 



Murphy Thomas, iron molder, H. M. Bird's, 
Pelham [ct. 

Murphy Thomas, stone mason, h. 15 Hayes 

Murphy Thomas, teamster, 125 Bridge, h. 
1274 do. 

Murphy Thomas J., laborer 

Murpny Thomas J. Mrs., h. 

Murphy Thomas J., clerk, 
]27£ do. 

Murphy Thomas J. 

Murphy Thomas M 



h. 92 Third 
5 Bristol 
84 Bridge, b. 
[h. 22 Harvard 
iron molder, Pelham, 
brushmaker, 124 Har- 



vard, h. 122 Spring 

MUKPHY TIMOTHY, mason, 
h. 10 Antrim 
Murphy Timothy, laborer, h. 90 Kinnaird, 
corner Bay [3 Fifth 

Murphy Timothy, teamster, 211 Bridge, b. 
Murphy Valentine, boiler maker, 72 Main, 

b. 8 Broadway 
Murphy Wm., cooper, b. 10 Squires ct. 
Murphy Wm., currier, b. Bridget Mur- 
phy's, Montgomery [151 Franklin 
Murphy Wm., laborer Camb. R. Co., h. 
Murphy Wm., laborer, Camb. Gas Works 

b. 10 Broadway 
Murpliy Wm., laborer, h. 32 Charles 
Murphy Wm., soap maker, b. 04 Hampshire 
Murplry Wm., teamster, b. 11 Ninth 
Murphy Wm. J., book binder (B.), b. 43 

Winsor 
Murphy Wm. John, cooper, h. 9 Porter 
Murphy Wm. J., harness maker, Camb., 
h. 15 Third [Green 

Murphy Wm. J., metal maker, h. 128£ 
Murphv W., trackman, Camb. R. Co. 

MURRAY ALLAN €t., carriage 
builder, 248 Mt. Auburn, h. Emer- 
erson blk., Crescent av. 
Murphy Daniel, painter, 109 Gore, h. 137 

Webster av. 
Murray David, blacksmith, h. Hotel Camb. 

Crescent avenne 
Murray Edward J., express driver (33 
Court sq., B.), h. 114 Spring [Pelham 
Murray Eliza II,, widow or James, h. 28 
Murray George, h. 29 Brookline [Sands 
Murray George, carpenter, 034 Main, h. 4 
Murray Geo. jr., machinist, h. 3 Grotto pi. 
Murray Hugh, iron worker, 17 Main, b. 28 

Harvard 
Murray Isaac, granite polisher, 258 Mt. 

Auburn, b. 7 Sparks 
Murray Jacob L., waiter, mis. r. 39 Wash, 
pattern maker, h. 5 Pine 
police, station 2, h. 134 



Murray James A., 
Murray James E., 

Spring 
Murray James H. 

av., h. 273 do. 
Murray Jeremiah, piano varnisher, 

Broadway, h. 22 Harrison 
Murray John, cabinet maker, h. 30 Tremont 
Murray John, lab., b. 171 Elm 
Murray John, sand paperer 54 Bridge, h. 

172 Columbia 



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Murray John, teamster, h. 68 Vine 
Murray John A., tinsmith (B.), rooms 43 

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cabinet maker, house 30 



Fourth 
Murray John D. 
Murray John E. 

Tremont 
Murray John F.. 

3, house 121 
Murray John J., 
Murray John L. , 
Murray John M 



captain of police, station 
Winsor [Harvard 

blacksmith 17 Main, h. 28 
engineer, b. 29 Brookline 
, machinist 72 Main, h. 19 

Rogers block Main 
Murray John S., mason (B.), house H'-tel 

Camb. , Crescent Avenue 
Murray Kittie M. Mrs., boards 3 Brewer's 

block, Brattle Sq. [Columbia 

Murray Michael, baker 31 Elm, h. r. 143 
Murray Michael, at 17 Main, b. 8 Broad- 
way [b. 3 do. 
Murray Michael, veterinary surgeon 1 Vine 
Murray Patrick, lab., h. 33 Winter 
Murray Patrick F., police station 3, house 

72 Gore 
Murray Peter, lab., h. r. 52 Charles 
Murrav Richard F., provisions (1G Leverett 

B.), h. 756 Main [5 Pine 

Murray R. J., inspector 139 Broadway, h. 
Murray Richard T., sawyer, h. 8£ Antrim 
Murray Smith, carpenter, b. 10 Prospect 
Murray Thomas, foreman J. P. Squire's, b. 

Squire's block, Gore 
Murray Thos., helper 17 Main, h. at Boston 
Murray Thomas, clerk F. R. R,, house 1G2 

Norfolk 
Murray Thos., teamster, h. 20 Xorth 
Murray Thos. F., foreman of trimmers 1G9 

Gore 
Murray Thomas Mrs., h. 27 Gore 
Murrav Walter F.. clerk (Pervear & Co., 

High, B.), b. 75G Main 
Murrav Wm.. cabinet maker 20 Albany, h. 

12 Suffolk 
Murray Wm.. lab. Mt. Auburn Cemetery, 

boards Patrick Carney's, Fresh Pond 

Lane 
Murray Wm., lab., b. 9 Fifth [do. 

Murray Wm. H., clerk 279 Camb., h. 291 
Murray Edw., at X. E. Glass Co. 
Murtaugh Daniel, furniture polisher, h. 

93 Fifth 
Musgrave Alexander J., carpenter, house 

Montgomery. 2d from Spruce 
Mutch Win., b. Hotel Camb., Crescent Av. 
Muzzey Artemus B,, clergyman, boards 60 

Brattle 
Muzzey David P., secretary overseers of 

poor, Central Sq. bldg. , Western Av., 

b. 15 Magazine 
Muzzey George E , driver S. F. E. No. 4, 

house 9 Lambert Avenue 
IZZEY HEXRV W., lawyer 



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c. Coolklge Av. 
Myers Bernard, baker 442 Camb., h. do. 



Myers Elmer E., bootmaker Am. Rubber 

Co., h. 97 Hampshire 
Myers Geo. B., h. 30 East 
Myers James J., lawyer (39 Court, B.), 

rooms 3 Wadsworth House, Harvard 

Square 
Myers Mary E., widow of Godfrey, saloon 

71 Cambridge, house do. 
Myers, see Meyer 

Myles Geo., carriage painter. h. 92 Harvard 
Myles Thos. F., tailor 430 Harvard, house 

49 Sacramento 
Myles. see Miles 
Mystedt Otto, h. 77 Wash., c. Moore 

NAGLE EDW., furnace teaser X. E. Glass 

Co. 
Xagle Elizabeth Mrs., h. 815 Main 
Xagle Garrett Edw., lawyer, h. 815 Main 
Xagle James, piano maker, boards rear 18 

Lopez 
Xagle John, spring-bed maker 386 Main, 

house rear 44 Washington 
Xagle John, lab., h. 16 Hayes Court 
Xagle Patrick, teaser Union Glass Co., h. 

23 Warren 
Xagle Philip, wheelwright Boston Ice Co., 

Prison Point Road, h. at Chas'n 
Xagle Wm., student H. U., b. 815 Main 
Xagle Wm. H., organ polisher, boards r. 18 

Lopez [Spruce 

Xalty Michael, lab., h. Montgomery. 2d fr. 
Xash Dora Miss, forewoman 31 Elm. bds. 

141 Winsor [Trowbridge 

Xash Elizabeth Mrs., dressmaker, h. 23 
Xash Geerge, florist 365 Harvard, house 23 

Trowbridge 
Xash Geo. W., physician, b. 23 Trowbridge 
Xasli Geo. A., book-keeper (66 State, B.), 

rooms 130 Washington 
Xash Henry S. Rev., instructor Episcopal 

Theological School, Brattle, house at 

Waltham 
Xash Jas. (U. S. X.), h. 322 Xorth Av. 
Xash John, hostler Camb R. Co., Bav, h. 

20 Hayes Court 
Xash John, lab., h. 20 Hayes Court 
Xash John H., book-keeper 8 Brattle, b. 23 

Trowbridge 
Xash Jos., bridge builder, b. 57 Fairmont 
Xash Samuel, house 63 Prospect 
Xash Thomas C. W., clerk (14 Exchange 

Place, B.), b. 23 Trowbridge 
Xash Walter (Thos. Smith & Co.), butcher 

Jackson, b. 31 Harvey 
Xason Arthur H., printer (255 Wash., B,), 

house rear 3 State 
Xason Catherine P. Miss, b. 4 Rice 
Xason Chas., at 162 Broadway, house at 

Medford 
Xatale Emma, wid. of John. h. 14 Rockwell 
X'atale Joseph, bookbinder (Kingston, B.), 

b. 14 Rockwell 
Xatale AVm., bookbinder, b. 14 Rockwell 



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Nathan Frank, at 162 Broadway, h. 175 

Otis 
Nathan Samuel, cigar maker, h. r. 27 Park 
-XTATIONAI, CITY BANK OF 

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cashier, 553 Main 
Navin Philip, carpenter, h. r. 18 Railroad 
Nay Carrie M. S., music teacher 35 inman, 
house do. [Bigelow 

Nay Frank T., book-keeper 330 Main, h. 3G 
Nay Isaac A., provisions (25 South Market, 
B.), h. 35 Inman [Prospect 

Nay Mary J., wid. of Sam'l F., house 127 
Nazro Chas. G., broker (54 Kilby, B.), h. 

34 Lee 
Nazro Julius M., notary public (20 East- 
ern Avenue, B.), house 34 Lee 
Neal J. W., supt. N. E. Telephone & Tel- 
egraph Office 623 Main, house 290 Har- 
vard [Co., h. 9 Sidney 
Neal Luther, machinist Dover Stamping 
Neal M. Maria Miss, h. 386 Harvard 
Neal Theodore A., upholsterer, house 2 

Ballord Place 
Neal William II., woolens (459 Washing- 
ton. B.)i house 23 Sacramento 
Neale Addison M., stereotype! Riverside 

Press, bds. 219 Pearl 
Neale Nathaniel, mason, house 219 Pea 1 
Neale Nathaniel M., draw tender, bds. 219 

Pearl 

Nealley James, driver Cambridge R. Co. 

stable, Mt. Auburn, house Holworthy 

place [25 Winter 

Nearing James, laborer (Somerville), h. r. 

Nearv Ned F., tailor, 450 Main, bds. 80 

Kinnaird [h. 1G Mill 

Neatby Wm., moulder, Third, cor. Bent, 

Needham Almira P. Miss, house 47 Garden 

Needham Charles G., machinist, bds. 71 

Sidney 
Needham Sarah E. Miss, house 47 Garden 
Needham Sarah F. Miss, seamstress, h. 4 

Holy ok e 
Neeley J., driver Cambridge R. Co. 
Neil Walter, laborer, bds. 53 Vine 
Neill George W., bookkeeper A. McDon- 
ald, Mt. Auburn, bds. Nathaniel Neill's, 
Cushing [Neill's, Cushing 

Neill Joseph, mason, boards Nathaniel 
JSeill Nathaniel, farmer, h. Cushing, op . 
Woodlawn av. [Neill's, Cushing 

Neill Nathaniel Jr., laborer, bds. Nathaniel 
JSeill Samuel W., marble worker A. McDon- 
ald, Mt. Auburn, bds. Nathaniel Neill's, 
Cushing [thaniel Neill's, Cushing 

Neill William J., electric light, bds. Na- 
Neill, see McNeil and McNeill 
Neilon Michael, teamster, h. 52 Waverly 
Ncilv Samuel, carpenter, Palmer, n. Church, 
bds. 88 Mt. Auburn [22 Portland 

Neligan Bridget, widow of Patrick, house 
Neligan Philip II., tailor, 6 Prospect, h. GO 
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Neligan Thomas, laborer, h. 163 Dublin 
Nelligan David, cemetery agent, h. 91 Elm 
Nelligan Elizabeth, widow of Peter, h. 44 

Foster 

Nelligan Joanna, widow of Maurice, house 

Montgomery, 1st from Spruce on the 

left 

Nelligan John II., carpenter, bds. 44 Foster 

Nelligan John P., laborer, b. Mrs. Joanna 

Nelligan's, Montgomery 
Nelligan Maurice, laborer, h. 1G8 Dublin 
Nelligan Maurice M., laborer, boards Mrs. 

Joanna Nelligan's, Montgomery 
Ne ligan Patrick, stone-cutter, 258 Mt. 

Auburn, bds. 44 Foster 

Nelligan Peter, sexton Catholic cemetery, 

Spruce, h. Montgomery, 3d on right 

from Spruce [Press, bds. 44 Foster 

Nelligan Peter I'., dry pressman University 

Nellson Augustus W., janitor Putnam and 

Gore schools, h. 22 Sixth 
Nellson Fred L., clerk (219 Washington, 

B.), bds. 22 Sixth 
Nelson Augustus, moulder, 356 Main 
Nelson Augustus A., widow of John, h. 14 

Lincoln 
Nelson C. A., at 17 Main 
Nelson Carrie I. Miss, bds. 18 Bowdoin 
Nelson E., machinist, 92 Main 
Nelson Flora Miss, labeler, 35 Elm, h. 14 
Lincoln [B.), bds. 27 Sixth 

Nelson Fred L., clerk (219 Washington, 
Nelson George, shoemaker, h. 107 Elm 
Nelson George W., butcher, 169 Gore, h. r. 
23 Carson [bds. 101 Spring 

Nelson James II., clerk (29 India, B.), 
Nelson Jane, widow of John, h. 101 Spring 
Nelson Johann, telescope maker, bds. 14 
Hamilton [bds. 50 Hamilton 

Nelson John, apothecary clerk, 169 Pearl, 
Nelson John A., at 17 Main 
Nelson J. W., carpenter, h. 4 Shepherds 

block, Charles river 
Nelson Nancy, widow, house 41 Hastings 
Nelson N. B., iron moulder, 356 Main 
Nelson Pierre, safe-maker, 17 Main, house 

r. 21 Harvard 
Nelson Swan, cabinet maker, h. at Boston 
Nelson Theodore, upholsterer, h. 14 Hancock 

Nelson carpenter, bds. 12 Dunster 

Neption Joseph, at American Rubber Co., 
house rear 39 Willow [h. do. 

Nesbitt Janette I). Mrs., nurse, 26£ River, 
Nesdell Frank F. (Kanaly & Nesdell), con- 
fectionery, 391 Cambridge, bds. 17 
Washington 
Netzalor Monx, laborer, h. 38 Spring 
Neubert Albert L\, cabinet maker, bds. 

Chas. Neubert's, Spring, cor. Eighth 
Neubert Charles, cabinet maker (B.), h. 

Spring, cor. Eighth 
Nevers Abel R., bds. 56 Magazine 
Nevers Ernest W., sewing machine agent, 
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Neville Michael, clerk, 187 Dublin, bds. 

191 Dublin 
Neville Patrick, laborer, h. 191 Dublin 
Neville Thomas, potter A. H. Hewes & 

Co., bds. 191 Dublin 
Nevons Charles H., bookkeeper (8 Canal, 

B.), bds. 23 Boardman 
Nevons Hiram, supt. C W. W., office City 

Hall, house 23 Boardman 
Newcomb Charles S., carpenter, 113 Broad- 
way, house 12 Gardner [Kinnaird 
Newcomb George K., compositor, bds. 5 
Newcomb Sarah A., widow of William A., 

house 23l£ Broadway 
Newcomb Theophilus J., clerk (5 Court 

av., B.), house 15 State 
Newell Calvin E., express driver. GOO Main. 

house 40 Washington [Weymouth 

Newell F. A., salesman, 539 Main, house at 
Newell Robert J., press feeder University 

Press, house 50 Holyoke 
Newell Wm. Mrs., widow, h. 175 Brattle 
Newell Wm. AV.. teacher, bds. 175 Brattle 
\TEW ENGLAND GLASS 
J3I WORKS, W. L. Libby & Sons, 

props., North, cor. Water, office (155 

Franklin, B.) 
New England Telephone and Telegraph Co. , 

623 Main 
New Peter, laborer, boards 101 Sixth 
Newgent Fred. A., canvasser, boards 10 

Fairmont 
Newgent Thomas G., designer (80 and 84 

Summer, Boston), house 10 Fairmont 
Newgent. see Nugent 
Newhuff Charles, iron-moulder, 35G Main 
Newman Christopher, porter (31 and 33 

Commercial. Boston), h. Auburn place 
Newman Cornelius, rooms 267 Cambridge 
Newman Edward B., clerk, 168 Gore, house 

3 Mullins court 
Newman Eliza Mrs., house 89 Elm 
Newman Elizabeth R., widow of John B., 

house 77 Gore [Winter 

Newman Ellen, widow of Edward, house 45 
Newman George W., painter, house rear 

162 Cambridge [h. 26 Park 

Newman Henry, varnisher, 162 Broadway. 
Newman Henry A., wood-worker, boards 26 

Park [b. 51 Gore 

Newman James H., driver (Boston Ice Co.), 
Newman John, cutter, 169 Gore, house 265 

Cambridge [h. 4 Beech 

Newman Joseph, clerk (43 Kilby. Boston), 
Newman Julius, at New England Glass Co. 
Newman Julius F.. dry and fancv goods, I 

182 Cambridge, boards 109 Thorndike 
Newman Mary Miss, house 120 Brattle 
Newman Michael, teamster Goepper Bros., 

house 7 Ninth [Co.), b. 51 Gore 

Newman Morris P., driver (Boston Ice 
Newman Patrick, teamster, house 169 Gore 
Newman Philip, teamster Goepper Bros., b. 

9 Ninth 



Newman Philip, at 203 Bridge, house at 

Somerville 
Newman R., printer, University Press 
Newman Stephen G., cigar-maker, boards 

21 Walnut court 
Newman Stephen I., musician and cigar- 
maker, 21 Walnut court, house do. 
1 Newman Thomas, boiler-maker. 92 Main, h. 
97 Elm [21 Walnut et. 

Newman William C, book-binder, boards 
Newman William F., cabinet-maker, house 
42 Winter [tie, h. 50 DeWolf 

Newman William J., shoemaker, 10 Brat- 
Newmarch Joseph, baker, 151 Harvard, h. 

149 do. 
Newmarch Sarah Miss, house 1 Crossland 
Newmyer Martin D., laborer, house Har- 
vey, corner Jackson 
Newton Benjamin, house 22l£ Broadway 
Newton Catherine B., widow of Orion H. , 
house 87 River [h. 2 Gray pi. 

Newton John, baker (648 Washington,"!*.), 
Newton Lucy, widow of George E., nurse, 

house 43 Blackstone 
Newton Sarah A., widow, h. 23 li Broadway 
Neylan Michael, teamster J. Reardon & 

Sons, house 52 Waverly 
Nice Wallace W., laborer, house basement 

4 Rogers block, Main 
Nichols Albert, teamster, bds. 107 Columbia 
Nichols Charles B., salesman, house 60 

Boylston 

Nichols Curtis C, treasurer Boston Five 

Cents Savings Bank (38 School, B.), 

house 11 Magazine 

Nichols Demus S., painter, h. 63 Brookline 

Nichols Edgar H., teacher boys school, 11 

Appian Way, house 11 Brattle 
Nichols Edward L., hardware (659 Wash- 
ington, Boston), house 128 Washington 
Nichols Edward T., house 40 Columbia 
Nichols George L., hay and grain (109 At- 
lantic avenue, Boston), b. 40 Columbia 
Nichols Henry E., teamster, house 107 Co- 
lumbia 
Nichols Henry J , manager The Singer 

Mnfg. Co., 647 Main, house 289 Pearl 
Nichols Hiram L. , sawver, 91 l^roadwav, h. 

19 Suffolk 
Nichols Ichabod Mrs., house 33 Kirkland 
Nichols John C., printer, Riverside Press, 
boards 11 William [b. 11 Magazine 
Nichols J. Curtis, clerk (38 School, B.), 
Nichols John D. W.. boards 53 Portland 
Nichols John F., student Episcopal Theo- 
logical School, boards Lawrence Hall 
Nichols John T. G., physician, office and 

house 63 Brattle 

Nichols Leonard B.. carriage-manufacturer 

(103 Chestnut, Boston), h. 103 ILncock 

Nichols Mary M., widow of David L.. house 

324 Harvard [rms. 56 Wa>hin^ton 

Nichols Phillip S., waiter Memorial Hall, 



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Dickinson 
Nichols Stephen, laborer, house 53 Portland 
Nichols Susan, widow of George, house 159 

Brattle 
Nichols William F., shirt manufacturer 
(424 Washington, B.), house 1G Ellery 
Nichols William Henry, waiter, house rear 

56 Washington 
Nichols Wm. H., carpenter, h. 23 Baldwin 
Nicholson Andrew S., produce, b. 14 Green 
Nicholson Frances, widow of Charles H., 
house 24 Upton [av.. b. Hadley pi- 

Nicholson George, blacksmith, 168 North 
Nicholson Henry, laborer, h. rear 23 Carson 
Nicholson Joseph, hostler, 198 North av. 
Nicholson Martin L., printer (238 Washing- 
ton, Boston), boards 173 Lake View av. 
Nicholson Mary, widow of John, house 20 

Dublin 
Nicholson Sylvanus, house 14 Green 
Nicholson Sylvanus W-, pilot (120 Atla tic 

avenue, Boston), house 17 Franklin 
Nickels Abbie B. Miss, private school, 9 

Hancock place, boards do. 
Nickels Clara J. Miss, dressmaker, 9 Han- 
cock place, boards do. 
Nickels on William, police, station 2, house 
6 Village [78 Columbia 

Nickerson Arthur II., clerk, 577 Main, bds. 
Nickerson Daniel E., carpenter, house 3 
Fioneer place [more), h. 78 Columbia 
Nickerson Frederick D., broker (Balti- 
Nickerson Henry R., hackman (Boston), h. 

86 Washington 
Nickerson Jennie, widow of Samuel, dress- 
maker, house 39 AVashington 
Nickerson Mary A., widow of I. F., house 

146 Washington 
Nickerson Sereno D., Boylston, corner 

Tremont (Boston), h. 427 Broadway 
Nickerson Seth L., boots and shoes, 577 

Main, house 78 Columbia 
Nicol Elizabeth, widow of Geo., h. 75 Gore 
Nicol James, restaurant, 120 Camb., h. do. 
Nicol John F., cabinet-maker, rooms 54 

Fourth 
Nicl Mack, fciborer, boards 23 Carson 
Nies William E., s u lent Episcopal Theo- 
logical school, boards Lawrence Hall 
Nightingale Sarah A., widow of George 
B., h. 8 Worcester 

_1_1 P., bookkeeper "(264 Washington, 

B.), b. 8 Worcester 

Nihan James, teamster, 28 Bridge, h. 26 do. 

Nihan Mary, widow of Thos., h. 149 Bridge 

Niles Bros. (Sullivan, J. Harris, and Lou- 

ville V. Niles), provisions, Concord 

av., beyond Alewife brook, and (31 

New F. H. market, B.) [bridge 

Nihs Edward, laborer. (B.), h. 30lJ Cam- 

Niles J. Harris (Niles Bros.), pork packer, 

Concord avenue 



Niles Louville V. (Niles Bros.), pork pack- 
er, Concord av., h. at Somerville 
Niles Nathaniel, printer ^115 State B.), h. 

Mt. Pleasant. 2nd on right fm. Walden 
Niles Sullivan (Niles Bros.), pork packer, 

Concord av., and (31 New F. H. 

market, B-), h. Washington avenue 
Niles William H., professor (Institute of 

Technology, B.), h. 10 Linden 
Nilsson Johan August, telescope maker 

Alvan Clark & Sons, Henry, 14 Ham- 
ilton 
Nimes C. P. W., at Hews pottery, Crescent 

avenue, h. at Boston 
Nixon Alex., hack stable 7 Harding, h. 5 do. 
Nixon Edward, laborer, h. 91 Brookline 
Nixon James T., mariner, bds. 387 Main 
Nixon John, grocer and hack stable, 133 

Brookline, h. do. 
Nixon John A., teamster, bds. 365 Main 
Nixon Mary A. Miss, h. 18 Maynard place 
Nixon Nicholas, waiter Memorial Hall, 

rooms 20 Flagg 
Nixon Robert G. (R. G. Nixon & Co.), 

roofer order box 622 Main, honse 11 

Watson 
Nixon R. G. & Co., (Robert G. Nixon), 

Slaters, order box 622 Main 
Nixon William, carpenter, h. 149 Elm 
Nixon William, rocer and hackman, 11 

NcCabe, house do. [Cambridge 

Noble Charles O., cabinet maker, h. 443£ 
Noble David A., mason, h. 13 Amory 
Noble George W. C, private school (40 

Winter B.), h. 21 Concord avenue 
Noble John, bds. 21 Concord avenue 
Noera Frank P., stamper, Otis near First, 

h. 74 Otis 
VTOERA JOSEPH F., gents furn- 
1^1 ishing goods, 439 Harvard, h. 44 Mt. 

Anburn 
Nolan Charles P., soap maker, b. 8 Willow 
Nolan Edward J., laborer 168 Main, b. 8 

Willow 
Nolan Edward J. glass blower Union Glass 

Co. (Somerville) h. 103 Spring 
Nolan James J., at Hews pottery, Crescent 

av., h. 41 Rice [47 Sacramento 

Nolan James P., teamster, 26 Boylston, h. 
Nolan Jeremiah, printer, bds. r. 13 Charles 

River [hds. 76 Spruce 

Nolan Jeremiah, telegraph operator (B.), 
Nolan John, express (B.), h. 22 Plymouth 
Nolan John H., cooper, bds. 173 Elm 
Nolan John II., cooper, (B.), hds. 120 Otis 
Nolan Mary A. Miss, clerk 151 Harvard, b. 

22 Plymouth 
Nolan Mary E. Miss, h. 41 Rice 
Nolan Michael, laborer, h. 8 Willow 
Nolan Michael, laborer, at 77 Spruce 
Nolan Michael J., police station 1, bds. N. 

Nolan's, Holworthy 
Nolan Nicholas, gardener, h. Holworthy, n. 

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Njlan Patrick, b. Patrick Follen's, Jackson 
Nolan Thomas, painter, h. 11 Carson 
Nolden Edward L. .foreman, b. 122 Brookline 
Nolden William, shade painter, 15 Blanche, 

h. 122 Brookline [b. 122 Brookline 
Nolden Wm., jr., shade painter, 15 Blanche 
Nolden William F., dyer, h. 122 Brookline 
Noonan David, laborer, Boston Bridge 

Works, bds. 281 Cambridge 
Noonan Jeremiah, laborer, b. 28 Boylston 
Noonan John, junk, h. 52 Fifth 
Noonan John, laborer, at 146 Bridge 
Noonan Patrick, hostler, Chas. li. St. R. 

Co., Bay, h. 29 AVinthrop 
Noonan Patrick, laborer, h. 28 Boylston 
Noonan Thomas F., machinist (So. Boston) 

h. -11 Union [h. Spruce 

Norcisse Paul, brick maker, B. S. B. Co., 
Norcross Hiram, at (6 Canal B.), house 32 

Magazine 
Norcross W. Rola id, crockery, etc., (18 

Mechanics row, (B.), h. 34 Kirkland 
Nord. John, box maker, bds. 1 AVashington 
Nordini Christopher, tailor, h. 19 Cambridge 
Norman Albert F., sawyer, bds. 19 Suffolk 
Norman Charles J., planer, 139 Broadway, 

h. 19 Suffolk 
Norman Frederick N., clerk (55 Tremont 

B-), bds. Hotel Holly 
Norman Geo. E., steam fitter, bds 19 Suffolk 
Norman Wm. S., steam fitter, h. 19 Suffolk 
Normile Michael, hostler, 14 Dana, b. do. 
Normile Patrick, laborer, 21 Irving h. at 

Somerville 
Normoyle Michael C, sewing-machine 

agent. G47 Main, h. 3 Madison av 
Norrby Char es, O., cabinetmaker, 44 Cam- 
bridge, h. at Melrose 
Norris Alber 1 -, (Albert Norris & Co.), car- 
penter 9 AA'estern av. h. 34 do. 
NORRIS ALBERT & CO. 
(Albert Norris), carpenters, 9 AVest- 

ern avenue 
Norris Albert L., physician and surgeon 152 

Camb. and 674 Main house 674 Main 
Norris Allen, machinist, b. 275 Broadway 
Norris A. E., machinist 72 Main 
Norris Andrew M., model maker (B.), bds. 

91 Plymouth 
Norris Chas. A., carpenter, h. 78 Franklin 
Norris C. T. Mrs., h. Hotel Inman, 529 

Cambridge 
Norris Edmand A., clerk Charles River 

Bank, boards 18 Mason 
Norris Edmund H., messenger Charles 

River National Bank, bds. 10 Mason 
Norris Ellis, restaurant (161 Commercial, 

B-). h. dishing, near Belmont 
Norris Elmer E., pianos (604 AA r ash. B.), i 

boards 529 Cambridge 
Norris James D. (Norris & Merrill), grocer 

5 and 6 Harvard row. h. 18 Mason 
Norris Mrs., nurse, bds. 197 Harvard 



Norris Nahum F., planer, 139 Broadwav, h. 

91 Plymouth 
Norris Rosamond T., music teacher, bds. 

529 Cambridge [Pleasant 

Norris Samuel F., clerk (41 Broad, B.) b31 
Noiris AAllliam H., carpenter, 9 AVestern 

av., h. 33 Pleasant 
Norris AA r illiam H. T.. carpenter, 9 AVestern 

avenue, house 31 Pleasant 
XrOBBIS & MERRILL, (James 
_1_1 D. Norris and Frank P. Merrill), 

grocers, 5 and 6 Harvard row 
North Avenue Savings Bank, 173 North av. 
North Cambridge P. O., 150 North av., 
North Edward, cooper, 169 Gore, bds. 167 

Thorndike 
North John, sawyer, 3 Hampshire 
Narthhardt Frank, at 162 Broadway, house 

175 Otis [Main, h. 70 School 

Northland Lawrence A., machinist, 356 
Norton Bridget Miss, h. 13 Grant 
Norton Charles Eliot, Professor of the His- 
tory of Art H. U., house Shady hill, 

off Kirkland 
Norton Charles E., soap mnfr. (AA r ater, 

Somerville), house 46 Union 
Norton Chas. J., boarding house 141 Gore 
Norton Edward H., soap mnfr., 128 AVinsor 

house do. 
Norton Fannie Mrs., h. 172 Franklin 
Norton Frank, watchmaker, 456 Harvard, 

boards 28 Ash 
Norton Geo. E., drug clerk, 32 River, b 20 

Cottage [Cottage 

Norton Geo. L., clerk, 607 Main, boards 20 
Norton Geo. W., soap maker, b. 128 Winsor 
Norton Grace Miss, h. 59 Kirkland 
Norton James, hostler Camb. R. Co., Duns- 

ter, bds. Patrick Norton's, Vineyard 
Norton J., hostler Harvard sq. stable Camb 

R. Co. [58 Waverly 

Norton James J., lab. Reardon & Sons, h. 
Norton John, painter, bds. 102 Kinnaird 
Norton John H., conductor Camb. R. Co., 

boards 172 Franklin 
Norton Julius, piano action maker, house 

10 Rogers block, Main 
Norton Mary L. Miss, assistant bookkeeper 

Cambridge Laundry, h. 128 AVinsor 
Norton Michael, lab., h. 102 Kinnaird 
Norton Nancy, widow of Michael, house 25 

Nortli avenue 
Norton Patriok, feeder Camb. R. Co., 201 

Main, house 34 Harvard , 

Norton Patrick, horse shoer Cambridge R. 

Co., Dunster, h. A'ineyard, c. May 
Norton Peter, lab., h. r. 261 Franklin 
Norton Thomas E., salesman (B.), house 

39 Amory 
Norval Chas., terra cotta w'rker h. 17 Sidnev 

NOTUIAN JAMES, photographer, 
400 Harvard and (99 Boylston, B.), 
house Everett, e. Park, Dorchester 
Nottage Jane L. Miss, h. 63 Cherry 



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Nott Richard, city lamp lighter, house 16 

Madison [son 

Nott Richard F., plumber (B.), b 16 Madi- 
Nott Wm. E., clerk 5 Harvard row, boards 

16 Madison 
Nourse Benjamin F., supt of lamps and 

sealer of weights and measures, office, 

Crntral sq. building, Western av., h. 45 

William 
Nourse Benj. F. jr., letter collector P. O. 

(B.), house 45 William 
Nourse Jennie C. Mrs., fancy goods, 354£ 

North av. , house do. 
Nourse Rufus J. (R. J. Nourse & Son) 

gas and steam fitter, h. 206 Hampshire 
Nourse Rufus J. jr. (It. J. Nourse & Son), 

gas and s earn fitter, 206 Hampshire, 

boards do. 
Nourse R. J. & Son (Rufus J. and Rufus J 

jr.), gas and steam fitters, 206 Hamp- 
shire 
Nowell Anna W., wid of Geo. b 76 Hubbard 
Nowell Chas. F, carpenter, h. 229 Harvard 
Nowell Francis S., carpenter, h. Chestnut, 

cor. Hastings square 
Nowell Frank, carpenter, 7 Western av., h. 

Chestnut, near Pearl 
Nowell Geo. W., bds. 40 Chestnut 
Nowell Melvin A., action maker, 162 Broad 

way, h. 129 Harvard [Chestnut 

Nowell Moses S., at Riverside Press, b. 40 
Nowell Thos. F., teamster, b. 40 Chestnut 
Nowell Wm. F., apothecary (192 Merri- 

mac, B.), h. 343 Broadway 
Noyes Caroline B., widow of Isaac L., h. 

4 Sacramento place 
Noyes Catherine M., widow, h. 118 Otis 
Noyes Edward, music teacher, 5